Our partners

The UK Green Film Festival would not be able to take place each year if it weren't for the generous support of our partners. Not only do they play a key part in bringing green films to the UK but they're all also doing some amazing things for people and the environment. If you're a green thinking brand or organisation looking for new partnership opportunities, please get in touch at: workwithus@ukgreenfilmfestival.org



Igloo is the UK’s leading responsible real estate business - a purpose-driven developer, funder and partner. We work with investors, public bodies, and communities to deliver projects that change the world for the better – for people, place and planet.




One of the UK's leading law firms, Freeths have been official partners of the UK Green Film Festival since 2014. Visit the website to learn more about the projects Freeths are involved in.


Metropolitan Workshop


Metropolitan Workshop LLP is one of the UK's leading architecture and urban design practice's. Our expertise lies in major residential-led mixed-use projects and the creation of sustainable places. We are particularly skilled in design leadership and the co-ordination of collaborative design where several practices are involved, and designing in historic contexts and sensitive urban and rural locations.

Metropolitan Workshop

BWB Consulting Limited


BWB ranks amongst the UK’s leading development consultants providing environmentally responsible engineering and environmental solutions for complex and challenging projects. Our diverse range of services, applied across multiple sectors, is delivered to an international Client base.

A highly professional and personable service, delivered by talented people with a passion for excellence, ensures that Clients consider BWB a valued and trusted advisor, to whom they return time and time again.


The University of East Anglia


The University of East Anglia (UEA) is internationally renowned for its environmental research and ethos, as well as being home to world leading research in film and media studies. A research team drawn from the School of Art, Media and American Studies and the School of Environmental Sciences have brought together intersecting interests in environmental issues and film within the university by hosting public screenings of UK Green Film Festival winning films alongside research and engagement projects that aim to generate dialogue between academic, industry and public participants. The objective of this UEA partnership with the UK Green Film Festival is to have a tangible impact on public awareness of environmental issues and the mechanisms for effective information delivery.


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