SA Eco Film Festival in Tuine, Kaapstad, Wes-Kaap
2018 sees the 5th Annual SA Eco Film Festival taking place in South Africa’s beautiful Mother City, Cape Town. The festival is proudly supported by ECO-Friendly business partners Ballo, Reliance, Hemporium and Sustainable.co.za.
The Film Festival showcases thought-provoking films, expert speakers and audience interaction, which will help to explore environmental issues and themes. The full Eco Film Festival Programme features approximately 19 documentaries with thought-provoking content under the 2018 theme #Connected. In an age where everyone is connected, this festival aims to show just how connected we are, not simply to each other, but to every level within the ecosystem.
The Festival explores what changes are needed and how personal change can affect the world for the better! The focus of the event is to share films which will draw attention to environmental and social issues and also point out opportunities for sustainable change while exploring new politics, new technology and new philosophies.
The Eco Film Festival is proud to showcase intriguing, challenging and creative film content which highlights issues that affect us all and to introduce participants and audiences alike to consider the many ways in which we are all #Connected! The Festival offers audience Q&A’s, guest speakers and is hoping to achieve a bigger impact than ever before!
Don't miss out, come see the many ways you are #Connected to the world we live in!
- A Plastic Ocean
- Evolution of Organic
- HOW TO LET GO OF THE WORLD AND LOVE ALL THE THINGS CLIMATE CAN'T CHANGE
- Bugs - The Film
- Food Coop
- Let There Be Light
- Planet Ocean
- The Future of Energy
- Chasing Coal
- Time to Choose
- THE MAN WHO WANTED TO CHANGE THE WORLD
- Poop on Poverty
- Love in the Midst of Climate
- Teach a Man to Fish
- Explore Wanderlust
- Thank You For The Rain
- Secrets at Sunrise
Dates: Tuesday, 22 March to Friday, 30 March 2018
Times: Screenings at 12h00; 14h00; 16h00, 18h00 and 18h30. Please see website for details
Venue: Labia Theatre, 68 Orange Street, Gardens, Cape Town
Tickets: can be purchased online at https://www.webtickets.co.za/
Prices: Tickets cost R50 each. “Jane” is a FREE screening
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