The 2014 Cape Town Eco Film Festival will take place at the Labia Theatre on Orange Street in Cape Town, South Africa from Thursday the 27th of March to Monday the 31st of March.
The event brings the best local and international documentary films focusing on environmental issues to Cape Town.
We are very excited that two of our short films will be screening there.
The Bicycle Film Festival is coming to SA this November!
Started in 2001 by Brendt Barbur, the BFF is now a global phenomenon that celebrates the bicycle through music, art and, of course, film.
The Bicycle Film Festival is a testament to the power of film and media to change the world and has been a major catalyst for the urban bike movement, one of the most powerful and culturally relevant forces of the last decade.
Join local and international energy experts, NGOs and concerned citizens at The Global Conference: Nuclear Power For Africa? being held in Cape Town on March 8th – 9th, 2012 – to discuss the future of nuclear power in Africa, and what the alternatives are. There is an exciting line up of talks, photo exhibitions and film screenings planned that are aimed to inform and inspire.
Sunday 11 March at 18h15: On the anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster, Into Eternity, an excellent award winning Danish documentary (in English), will be shown at the Labia on Orange. Into Eternity is a haunting, provocative and visually striking film that explores Onkalo, a nuclear waste disposal site being built in Finland, a facility that is being built to last 100,000 years as this is how long the waste remains hazardous.
Captivating, wondrous and extremely frightening, this feature documentary takes viewers on a journey never seen before into the underworld and into the future.
We are excited to announce that Cape Town TV is now broadcasting Transition SA. This 6-part documentary series explores Project 90 x 2030 ground breaking initiative to establish renewable energy demonstration sites throughout South Africa.
As part of the annual Green Week celebrations, UCT’s Green Campus Initiative, in conjunction with While You Were Sleeping, will be hosting an environmental film festival running from the 3rd to the 6th of October at the Labia Theatre on Orange. All UCT/ non-UCT students and members of the public are welcome to attend. We will be screening a few of our environmental shorts before the main features. Read on for the programme.
Next week 3-7 October sees the first EKFI Environmental Film Festival in Cape Town! There is a really exciting line up and all the films are designed for kids (and adults alike). So head over to the Labia on Orange Street. We will be screening some of our latest eco series. Read on for the program
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