The third edition of Singapore
The third edition of Singapore Eco Film Festival will return to ArtScience Museum from 1 – 4 Nov 2018. Catch two thought-provoking films, Acid Ocean and Extinction Soup, at ArtScience of Screen this October, before deep diving into the other sustainability and conservation topics that will be covered during Singapore Eco Film Festival 2018.
22 – 24 Oct: Acid Ocean
A unique reef in Papua New Guinea’s stunning coral gardens offers a window to the future of our oceans. This film tracks the latest scientific research to tackle ocean acidification.
25 – 30 Oct: Extinction Soup
Filmmaker Philip Waller dedicates himself to exposing the mass slaughter of sharks and documenting conservationist Stefanie Brendl’s fight to stop the killing.
About Singapore Eco Film Festival 2018 (1 – 4 Nov 2018):
The Annual Singapore Eco Film Festival is an inspirational event bringing together artists, eco-organisations and storytellers in Singapore, to celebrate and accelerate solutions for our environment.
It includes an inspiring lineup of award-winning films including JANE, The Last Animals, Blue the Film, The Gateway Bug, Yasuni Man, Bird of Prey, Poles Apart and more. Participants can also look forward to panel discussions with global experts in wildlife and sustainability, regional conservationists and startup entrepreneurs who are tackling plastic and food waste.
• From 22 Oct 2018
• Expression Gallery, Level 4
• Several screening timings throughout the day
• Free admission
october 22 (Monday) - 30 (Tuesday)