A BRADFORD district-born producer will see his film shown to world leaders at a climate change conference.

Sid Sadowskyj, from Shipley, has produced a cinematic film for President Joe Biden and other World leaders to reveal the critical role the Humber has in the global fight against climate change.

The film, titled 'Eyes on the Humber', will be shown at the COP26 international climate change conference in Glasgow next month.

The film has been commissioned by Marketing Humber as part of its The Waterline campaign to unite businesses, communities, academics and students to drive the race to net zero.

Described as “a story of hope”, it will highlight the pioneering decarbonisation work taking place across the region, with contributions from major businesses and grassroots organisations leading the transition to a carbon neutral economy.

It will tell the international audience at the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference about the crucial role the Humber has to play as the UK’s biggest carbon emitter with the greatest decarbonisation potential.

It will then be showcased to attendees from around the globe in Glasgow as part of COP26, which runs from November 1-12.

The 17-minute-long documentary film has been created by a team of award-winning filmmakers, Elsa Media.

Mr Sadowskyj said: “Having had the privilege to see first-hand the technologies, innovations and the spirit of people here in the Humber, I think audiences will be comforted that it’s not just blind optimism that the region will succeed, it’s real belief that the key to tackling climate change lies in the estuary on the east coast of the UK.”

Director Scott Elliot said: “After filming for weeks at a time, interviewing and meeting people all over the Humber, I started to love it.

“The film is honest, raw, beautiful, blunt and inspirational in so many ways.

"After finishing this project, I can honestly say that the eyes of the world are not only on the Humber, but I believe the Humber will be looked back on as one of the key places in the battle against climate change.”