UK Green Film Festival. Short Cuts Cinema screens Peak. A portrait of The Alps in a changing environment. FREE screening in the
Now in its third year, the UK’s annual
environmental film festival will screen some of the very best films from
around the world, exploring the big environmental issues, films that
inform, entertain, challenge, and inspire.
Peak (Dir Hannes Lang) (Germany)
mountains are calling! Each year hundreds of thousands tourists flock
to the white winter paradise of the mountains. This film acts as a
portrait of the Alps in a changing environment, where technology
overtakes the ever changing nature.
For the Peak trailer and more information and trailer, please visit the Unafilm website
- Tickets: Free Admission, please book your ticket online or by calling the Box Office on 01695 584480
- Running time: 1 hour 26 minutes
Learn more about the UK Green Film Festival
We are also screening:
Saturday 1st June: Trashed – Jeremy Irons investigates Global Waste
Thursday 6th June: More Than Honey – State-of-the-art film-making illuminates the world’s bee crisis
For details of what’s on this season at the Studio Theatre, view the programme of Short Cuts screenings.
Alternatively, for what’s on this season, visit The Arts Centre website.
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