The Singapore Eco Film Festival (SGEFF) is back this year with a virtual edition. They will be hosting three days of festivities from 20th – 22nd November that include films, workshops, panels, Q&A with filmmakers & wellness sessions.
The list of films include Kiss the Ground, River Blue, Saving the Dark, Mana, Fair Traders, Ark, Golden Fish, African Fish and short films. A one-night-only special screening of KISS THE GROUND on November 19th will mark the beginning of 3 days of activities and festivities. The other films will be available for streaming with free registration during the whole week.
The activities are powered by our volunteers and community partners and completely free to the public with registration. The session links will be available closer to the date. We are still adding events to the schedule, so check back soon! Our Opening Night film/Q&A and Live Zoom events require registration in order to access the sessions. The rest of the session links will be posted here the day of the event.
Look out for our IG Live sessions happening on the @sgeffest Instagram. There’s even a safari tour! Also, check out our daily morning meditation and evening children’s storytelling.
For more information, please see here.
Green Drinks (Singapore) Cofounder, Olivia Choong, will be one of the participants in the webinar Wild, Wicked, Wise – Women For the Planet, which is a conversation between women in the environmental sector. Other participants include Roopali Raghavan (Wildlife Reserves Singapore), Naomi Clark-Shen (Shark Expert, Writer), Kathy Xu (The Dorsal Effect), Shannon Consentino-Roush (Finless), Dr. Tracie Seimon (Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx Zoo), Stephanie Arrowsmith (Second Muse), Dr. Pelf Nyok Chen (Turtle Conservation Society of Malaysia) & Dr Adeline Seah. Join in the conversation and sign up here! You may submit questions for the panelists in advance here.