EnviroMental Film Fest 2017

Our EnviroMental Film Fest –  part of St Albans Film Festival – will change your mind about the world around you.

Book your tickets on the St Albans Film Festival website click here – go to ‘Schedule’

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  • Monday 3rd July, 7:30pm, Plastic Ocean at Drama Studio, Sir John Laws School, Manland Way, Harpenden AL5 4QP

  • Thursday 6th July, 7:30pm, Tomorrow  at Spencer Hall, High St, Sandridge, St Albans AL4 9DD

  • Sat 8th July, 7:30pm, Tomorrow  at St Paul’s Church, Blandford Rd, St Albans, AL1 4JP


Tomorrow is an engaging and informative film with big ideas.  it is packed with expert commentary from across the globe; exploring community initiatives that are already changing the way we live.

If you wonder how global systems will cope with climate change ‘Tomorrow’  is a must-see film.

 From food, to energy, economy, education and democracy this film describes a new way of thinking that all communities need to understand. Its hopeful and inspiring message is compelling. It is a film that everyone should be asked to see. 


Plastic Ocean is described by the naturalist David Attenborough as ‘one of he most important films of our time”.   This ground-breaking documentary will change your mind about plastic. See trailer here


It reveals the unfolding of an international environmental catastrophe – it lays bare the astonishing extent of plastic waste killing the previously pristine oceans – and which could ultimately kill us, too.

The film is co-produced by members of the team involved in Sir David’s acclaimed ‘The Blue Planet’ series.


The films are screened by Transition St Albans. Thanks to Team Efficiency at the Dragons Apprentice event for their fund-raising to help us show these films.


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