A body of water surrounded by trees

Wood (Cert TBC)

Directors: Monica Lăzurean-Gorgan, Michaela Kirst & Ebba Sinzinger
Austria / German / Romania (2020) Partly subtitled
Sunday 7 November 2021 2:15pm
Screen Three
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  • Duration:

    1 hour 36 minutes

    Recommended Age:
    Advised certificate 12A

    Environmental spies infiltrate the global syndicate for illegal timber trading documenting a chain of illegal activities.

    Illegal logging is a global business worth billions. Alexander von Bismarck, descendant of the Iron Chancellor and head of the Environmental Investigation Agency in Washington D.C., successfully pursues the machinations of the timber mafia worldwide – with dyed hair, a concealed camera and covert sound recording equipment. His primary concern isn't to expose a scandalous situation, but rather to promote a change in the consciousness of politics and civil society and to bring about a new code of conduct for the global economy and consumers. WOOD is an environmental thriller that draws its tension from shameful everyday reality.


    Green Futures is a flagship programme for Coventry UK City of Culture 2021.

    Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, with support from Garfield Weston Foundation and Severn Trent Community Fund, Green Futures explores Coventry and Warwickshire’s wildlife, natural heritage, and landscape, uncovering the story of its ‘hidden nature’ and increasing local stewardship. Through the Green Futures programme, Coventry will become the greenest and most environmentally conscious UK City of Culture to date.


    This screening is part of the UK Green Film Festival