The Singapore Eco Film Fest is back for a second year and launches on 31 August and ends 3 September. Swing by for the opening night film, Acid Ocean, and mingle with likeminded folks! Some of us from the Green Drinks team will be there, I hope you can join us!
Have you already booked your FREE tickets to Singapore’s inaugural eco film festival? The Singapore Eco Film Fest (SGEFF) kicks off on Thursday evening, 10th November, at the ArtScience Museum with the guerilla gardening documentary – Can You Dig This?, and a performance by iNCH.
The film festival then runs for three whole days – 11th to 13th November, showcasing short- and feature length films, which include themes of consumption, sustainable finance, wildlife conservation, food security, and ocean plastic, among others. There will also be panel discussions, workshops, and interactive activities such as a bike-powered projector screen.
To find out more, please browse through the slides below! You can reserve your free tickets here! Also, please feel free to follow the event by liking the SGEFF Facebook page, and tell all your friends! See you there!
This month, we are hosting a documentary screening of Planetary in the lead up to The Singapore Eco Film Festival (10 – 13 November 2016, ArtScience Museum).
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (SGEFF) organisers will be at Green Drinks to introduce the festival highlights and tell us more about what we can expect.
Please note that this event is limited to 50 people, so RSVPing is essential. Admission is free, but donations to our society is welcome.
We are in the midst of a global crisis of perspective. We have forgotten the undeniable truth that every living thing is connected.
PLANETARY is a provocative and breathtaking wakeup call—a cross continental, cinematic journey, that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species. It is a poetic and humbling reminder that now is the time to shift our perspective. PLANETARY asks us to rethink who we really are, to reconsider our relationship with ourselves, each other and the world around us—to remember that we are PLANETARY.
PLANETARY features interviews with thirty renowned experts including astronauts Ron Garan and Mae Jemison, Bill McKibben, Barry Lopez, Janine Benyus, Peter Russell, Sabonfu Some, Brian Swimme, Mary Evelyn Tucker, Paul Hawken, Mona Polacea, National Geographic explorer Elizabeth Lindsey, and Head of the Tibetan Buddhist Kagyu school, the 17th Karma.