Top picks from the UK Green Film Festival

Another UK Green Film Festival is now over and audiences across the UK have been treated to a new host of films exploring environmental themes and issues. Here's our pick of the top films that featured in the 2015 festival.

Good Things Await
Director Phie Ambo first met biodynamic farmer Niels Stokholm on her daughter's school trip to his farm and she instantly knew his story needed telling on the big screen. 

While Niels might supply some of the best restaurants around the world with his produce, he's constantly fighting a battle with doubters and authorities to prove his holistic way of farming is the right way.

Phie Ambo follows their struggle to make sure that they are not the last to do agriculture the way they do, but some of the first.

Bikes vs Cars
Cyclists and motorist have never been so much at odds. In this documentary, winner of the festival's audience choice award, Swedish director Fredrik Gertten explores cities across the world to explore the transport conflict. From Los Angles, where bike activist are fighting for safe cycle lanes, to Copenhagen, where 40 per cent of people commute by bike daily, Bikes vs Cars looks at both sides of the story.

Seeds of Time
This thought-provoking film explores the threats to our agriculture as Cary Fowler embarks on passionate journeys that may save the one resource we cannot live without: our seeds. Seed banks around the world are crumbling, crop failures are producing starvation and rioting, and the accelerating effects of climate change are affecting farmers globally. This is an eye-opening film not to be missed.