The second edition of the annual Singapore Eco Film Festival (SGEFF) will be presented again in collaboration with ArtScience Museum this year from 1st – 3rd September. There will be nine film sessions and a series of workshops that will run in parallel to the films. The event is once again powered by volunteers and completely free to the public.
Aside from a great selection of films, the festival line-up includes a host of activities and workshops. These include, for example, an Underwater Photography Workshop with Simon Enderby. Simon has produced, managed and filmed from Malaysia to Mexico, Papua New Guinea to Vancouver and Maldives to New Zealand. Over the years, Simon has faced many unique and incredible situations whilst filming – wild saltwater crocodiles, bull Stellar & Californian Sea Lions, killer whales. The festival invites the public to meet the people who have been leading environmental efforts to protect our natural heritage, investing in eco design and implementing innovative solutions.