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.
This week Cape Town is going bike crazy!! On Monday night bicycle enthusiasts and organisations will gather to create the first ever united South African campaign to turn Cape Town into the most bicycle friendly city in Africa – and dare we say the world! Find out more about the Offical event below…
When it comes to addressing climate change, the time for action has long since arrived. The climate is changing, and we each must do what we can to mitigate and adapt to these changes. Climate Smart Cape Town is a campaign to help residents of Cape Town learn about climate change and how they can take action, as well as to learn about the actions already being taken by the City of Cape Town and other leading public and private sector organisations to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
A new film from Wildfire! Each year thousands of cities across the world take part in Earth Hour – turning their lights for one hour- creating a powerful visual message that calls on world leaders to take action against climate change. In Cape Town, the WWF held their Earth Hour event on a rooftop in Greenpoint, with dramatic views of the city centre and Table mountain creating the perfect backdrop as the city went dark (well almost!).
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