Offshore has been shown at over 50 self-organised community screenings across the UK this year.
The film has screened to ministers and representatives in the House of Commons and Scottish Parliament at Holyrood, and been watched at trade union conferences, on oil rigs, in village halls, at Universities, at arts festivals from London to Aberdeen, and in organising meetings in Argentinia, Sweden, and across the US.

It had its world premiere at the DC Environmental Film Festival, and was selected for the Sunderland Short Film Festival and Tees Valley International Film Festival here in the UK. Further dedicated screenings and community events took place ahead of local elections in Sunderland and Stockton this April 2024.

It’s also been streamed over 5000 times by people watching at home - and we’re continuing to work on our very specific audience goal of sharing the film for free with offshore workers who are already organising, considering transitioning to renewables, and their families and wider communities.

The film played at COP28 in Dubai in December 2023, as part of the Just Transition Donor Collaborative Just Transition in Action: The Power of Storytelling event in the Entertainment and Culture Pavilion.