A Birmingham-made film on how people in the city are fighting climate change is being screened before the main feature at the city's Electric Cinema.
From The Ground Up tells the stories of people in the local community who are joining with others around the world in the fight against climate change.
Everyone involved in making the film gave their time for free including Adil Ray from BBC Asian Network, Birmingham band Aquila, Electric Cinema manager Tom Lawes, local filmmaker Steve Rainbow and film editor Dan Jones.
Adil Ray, who recorded the voice-over in the sound studio of the Electric Cinema, said: “I think climate change is one of the most single important issues facing us today and just one single action on our part could make the world a better place.”
The inspiration for the film came from an Oxfam project called Sisters on the Planet which looks at how climate change is affecting the lives of four women from different countries - Uganda, Bangladesh, Brazil and UK.
Maya Segas, campaigner for Oxfam said: “From the Ground Up is an amazing opportunity to see what people in our own community are doing to tackle combat change.
“We hope it will inspire more people in Birmingham and across the UK to take action in their own lives.”
From The Ground Up is being screened before How To Lose Friends and Alienate People.