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As global leaders convene for the COP28 UN Climate Conference, we're reminded of the urgency and importance of climate action. But at LandxSea, we also believe in the power of community and connection. That's why we're inviting you to not just a screening but also a festive gathering.
Join us for a Screening + Q&A and Stay for a Festive Drink!
Dive into the compelling world of FINITE: The Climate of Change, a film that takes you inside the grassroots movement against global environmental challenges. Explore the intense battles and unwavering spirits of communities up against the colossal forces of the fossil fuel industry. This compelling film unfolds real stories of determination, activism, and the formidable spirit of resilience amidst climate crises.
“A masterpiece: powerful, inspiring, uplifting. Please watch it.” ~ George Monbiot
"A persuasive and powerful case against climate crisis fatigue" ~ The Guardian
FINITE unfolds as an extraordinary insider’s view of direct action in the climate movement. In Germany, concerned citizens step forward to save an ancient forest from one of Europe’s largest coal mines. They form an unlikely alliance with a frustrated community in rural England who are forced into action to protect their homes from a new opencast coal mine. The film is a raw, authentic, and emotional insight into the fierce David and Goliath battle between frontline communities, activists, and fossil fuel corporations. Learn more at finite-film.com
Directed by Rich Felgate, UK, 2022, 99 mins.
In English and German with English subtitles. This film is rated 12A.
Stay after the screening for a live onstage Q&A with filmmaker Rich Felgate, exploring frontline stories and insights from the heart of climate protests.
Rich Felgate is a climate activist turned filmmaker. In the making of FINITE, Rich spent a year and a half living in protest camps in the UK and Germany with the communities featured in the film. His footage has been used by BBC, CNN, Sky, ARTE, The Washington Post, Channel 4, ITV, The Guardian and more.
A Toast to Change and Community
Post-screening, we invite you to join our team and fellow attendees in the bar for a festive drink. It’s a chance to discuss, decompress, and connect with like-minded individuals passionate about our planet’s future. Whether you're deeply involved in environmental causes or newly curious about climate action, this is a perfect occasion to connect and celebrate the season of togetherness.
£8 - General Admission
£6.25 - Students / Seniors
Free for Montrose Playhouse One Card members
Free - Community Tickets are available for those in need, please contact us for details.
Phone: 07395 071 636
Email: [email protected]
In Person: at the Montrose Playhouse box office.
There is an additional £0.75 Admin Fee per ticket.
Montrose Playhouse One Card membership details are here.
Filmmaker and special guest attendance is never guaranteed, please check for the latest updates.
The Montrose Playhouse | Cinema and Arts Venue
The Mall, Montrose, DD10 8NN, Scotland, UK
Walk/Bike: We encourage walking or biking to the venue! The Montrose Playhouse has a bike shed outside the front entrance.
Bus: Montrose is on Stagecoach East Scotland route X7 (Aberdeen - Stonehaven - Montrose - Arbroath - Dundee - Perth), with additional local routes in Angus. View timetables.
The nearest stops for local town buses are North Street (9, 30, 30B, 47, 47A) and Mount Avenue (52).
Train: There are direct trains available to Montrose from most Scottish cities (via ScotRail) and from London (via LNER Aberdeen train). The Playhouse is a 10 minute walk from the train station.
Car: Montrose is conveniently located on the A92, just 40 miles south of Aberdeen and 30 miles north of Dundee.
Parking: The venue car park is at the rear of the Montrose Playhouse and can be accessed from North Street only. There is a one way system in place and exit is via the front of the building on to The Mall. Street Parking is also available throughout the area near the Playhouse.
There are two disabled car parking bays in the car park and two disabled bays at the front of the building on The Mall.
There is an accessible ramp at the front of the building to the main foyer. Within the foyer there is a lift to all three floors.
Each floor has an accessible WC and the main cinema foyer has a Changing Place facility.
Each screen has two wheelchair accessible spaces (there are no actual seats in those spaces).
Drop us a line at [email protected] or call 07395 071 636