The Cape Town Eco Film Festival

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The Cape Town Eco Film Festival

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.

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Bicycle Cape Town – Fueling a revolution

The secret is out – discover why Capetonians are choosing to ditch their cars and go by bike – fueling a revolution that is changing the way we live, move and connect with fellow citizens.

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CycleLinks 0.3 Gugulethu

In June, together with a local cycling initiatives we launched the Bicycle Cape Town campaign. 3 months on, having gathered + 900 supporters, Bicycle CPT is leading a citizen-driven movement to transform CPT into a more people-friendly, connected & sustainable city.

Join us at the next CycleLinks (the official monthly gathering of the CPT’s bicycle community) in Gugulethu, where we will explore what local cyclists are doing in communities around the city.

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FLOW concert continued…

Here is the next installation of the FLOW concert, featuring mesmerizing performances by Guy Buttery, Ronan Skillen and Kyla- Rose Smith set to the underwater landscapes of the Two Oceans Aquarium.

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FLOW Concert – Live at the Aquarium

I celebration of World Water Day, we have created a video of the Flow – For Love Of Water SA launch concert! Flow is a South African water awareness campaign that aims to celebrate and foster a love of water and to highlight water related issues. The video features top SA musicians. Zolani Mahola & Kyla Rose-Smith of Freshlyground, Guy Buttery, Ronan Skillen, and Donovan Copley (Hot Water) and Hanli Prinsloo (SA Freediving Champion) in a eerie performance in the shark tank!.

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An Orphanage for Love and Care

We are really excitied to announce that the construction of the Love & Care Orphanage, in Masiphumelele township, Cape Town, is well underway thanx to the funding of the Paul Mervis Education Trust. Read on to find out more about the Love and Care campaign and to watch the documentary about  Aurelia Kaitesi and her mission to bring love, care and education to the children of Masi.

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Water Wars

The year is 2030, and the effects of climate change are felt across the world. 47 per cent of the world’s population live in areas of high water stress.

In South Africa, a few remaining farmers fight to defend the last reservoirs of this scarce resource and protect our future…

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TrashBack – Rewards for Rubbish

We just produced a promo video for TrashBack, a new social enterprise which incentivises disadvantaged communities to manage their own waste and recycle.

Since the launch of the TrashBack/ uphinda-phindo! pilot project 5 months ago, over 18 TONS of recycling has been collected and 826 rewards have been given out to participants. TrashBack continues to uplift the community through education initiatives…

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Wild Idea #1- Bicycle powered office

Everything you can imagine is real. ~Pablo Picasso

While digging through old footage, I came across this video clip (shot 2 yrs ago on an old DV cam) and thought it would be quite fun to give you a glimpse behind the scenes at Wildfire…

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Transition SA Series Preview

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.

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