Join the inaugural Singapore Eco Film Festival organised by the ArtScience Museum between 10 – 13 November 2016.
The inaugural Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) brings together eco organisations, storytellers and artists in Singapore to inspire and celebrate efforts paving the way for a sustainable future. The festival hopes to foster more collaboration, raise awareness and ignite a public passion towards protecting our environment in Singapore and beyond.
Look forward to an engaging four-day line-up of programming that includes screenings of eco-focused films, insightful panel discussions, and activities great for all ages. This festival is in line with the Sands ECO360° Sustainability programme, a global strategy with the objective to continuously improve the stewardship of our business, the environment and the community.
While showcasing global stories, there are also a handful of local eco stories being showcased like; Letters to Ubin by iNCH and Otter Town.
Visit http://sgeff.com to find out more