Singapore may be packed with film festivals all year round but it’s probably not a stretch to say that the Singapore Eco Film Festival (SGEFF) is probably the most culturally relevant — and important — one right now.
If you’ve been thinking about becoming more environmentally-friendly but have yet to start (or perhaps you just need a good nudging), head on down to the ArtScience Museum, where the SGEFF will be presenting a total of 25 films (features, documentaries and shorts) as well as a series of workshops and talks by a diverse list of specialists.
This is the 3rd edition of SGEFF and it takes place from November 1 till 4. Considering that scientists have recently found evidence that micro plastics have finally surfaced in human waste (it was only a matter of time), you’ll want to educate yourself ASAP. Best of all, the films are being screened free of charge, so there’s really no excuse not to attend.
Here, we pick out some of the more interesting films that will be screened: