It's a Wrap! London Green Film Festival

The 1st London Green Film Festival at Regent’s Place was a huge hit! We had so much fun at the free eco-documentary outdoor festival ‘for conscious humans that like good films.'

Thank you to all of the amazing humans who participated. 

This free event in the heart of the City, July 15-26, explored critical environmental issues through a series of innovative and thought provoking documentary films, along with filmmaker discussions, eco-artistic performances, a sustainable pop-up vegan cafe, and more! Audiences got inspired about climate change, sustainability, and eco-friendliness.

We're so happy to expand our Green community across the pond!

If you missed it, not to worry – Regent's Place will be showing encore screenings from the Festival throughout August. 

View on Regent's Place Website

About San Francisco Green Film Festival

Launched in 2011, the San Francisco Green Film Festival is the USA West Coast's leading event for films & discussions about people and the planet. SF Green Film Festival is dedicated to screening compelling environmental films; connecting audiences to filmmakers and experts; and sparking green ideas & actions. Our signature program is the annual Green Film Fest and we also screen films and support filmmakers throughout the year. SFGFF has a broad network of local and international partnerships, including the United Nations Environment Programme, the Green Film Network, and World Bank’s Connect4Climate Initiative, in addition to the London Green Film Festival.

About Regent’s Place

Regent’s Place is a 13 acre, fully managed campus owned by British Land, featuring unrivalled local and international transport links, the latest in sustainable design, a lively mix of retail, leisure and public spaces – and all within strolling distance of one of London’s most beautiful parks on one side and the heart of the West End to the other. Throughout Regent’s Place, open spaces and buildings are enhanced by public art installations from internationally recognised names as well as young breakthrough artists commissioned by British Land.


All photos by Regent's Place.