The World’s Smallest Wildlife Film Festival on Milsom Street | Festival of Nature 2024

Saturday 8 June, 11am - 4pm

Milsom Street, Bath

It might just be….The World’s Smallest Wildlife Film Festival! 

Sol Cinema is a 1940s-style mobile cinema, fully powered by renewable energy and repurposed inside a 50-year old caravan. Visitors can strut the mini red carpet, grab some popcorn and enjoy 4 short films from Our Planet Earth, a global digital initiative from BBC Earth produced in Bristol by the Natural History Unit’s digital team and co-produced with The Wellcome Trust.

This event is part of Festival of Nature's Bath Takeover on Milsom Street, on Saturday 8th June 2024.

Saving Europe’s Large Mammals - Meet the team creating a better future for wildlife and people in the Carpathian Mountains.

Ice Bears: A Fragile Future - Meet the Ice Bears of the frozen Yukon in Canada and discover an ecosystem that hangs in the balance. 

Great Ocean Gardeners - Whales are key to healthy ocean ecosystems, but some species could soon be lost forever.

The Last Hope of the Muskoxen - Musk Oxen, integral to Inuit people, are declining due to disease and climate change, can they be saved?

With thanks to BBC Studios Natural History Unit.

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Festival of Nature is produced annually by the charity, The Natural History Consortium. The Natural History Consortium is a collaboration between Avon Wildlife Trust, Bath and Northeast Somerset Council, BBC, Bristol City Council, Bristol Zoological Society, Defra, Forestry England, National Trust, Natural England, University of Bath, University of Bristol, University of the West of England, Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust, and Woodland Trust.