The 4th annual SA Eco Film Festival makes a welcome return to the Mother City from 23 to 30 March 2017, bringing thought-provoking and captivating short- and feature-length films to our screens.
Engaging, entertaining, educational
Expect a world-class programme of beautifully told local and international stories, which will not only inspire you, they’ll also educate audience members on how to live more sustainably to ensure a brighter, healthier and, above all, more earth-friendly future for the entire planet.
Change is needed, change is key…
The theme of this year’s festival is #ChangeIsHere. Quite apt because, even though 2016 was trying (think record global temperature spikes and political curveballs, such as Donald Trump and Brexit), there were some amazing technological advances in driverless cars, as well as a falling costs in renewable power.
As such, the festival looks below the surface, exploring and identifying exactly which changes need to be made, and how our personal changes can positively affect our world.
The 2017 line-up includes impactful films such as Seed; What Is Real; Freightened; and Normal Is Over, which will surely have you pausing for retrospection and looking at the world with fresh eyes. And there’ll also be a host of excellent guest speakers, interactive Q&A sessions with, and much more to look forward to.
A chance to win some eco goodies
The SA Eco Film Festival is giving away a hamper of environmentally cool clobber, valued at R5 000. If you’d like a pair of Ballo sunglasses, a Hemporium Fest T-shirt, organic BioCape wine from Reliance, products and vouchers from Sustainable.co.za, and much more, enter here.
Howdy, Partners (and sponsors)
Some cool local companies, such as Sustainable.co.za, Ballo, Reliance and Hemporium, will be supporting the cause, whilst Greenpeace serves as one of the festival’s partners. This year’s event also has two heavyweight media partners on board: the unflinching Daily Maverick and the ubiquitous 2oceansvibe.
So, come and make a dent in the ever-growing carbon footprint, and buy a ticket to this worthy festival today.