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Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2017

Catch film screenings, speakers, artists and activities in celebration of sustainable living at this year's festival.

by / Published: 23 Oct 2017

Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2017
Photo: Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2017

Calling all greenies - Malaysia's longest-running environmental film festival is back this year at MAP, Publika from 23 to 29 October.

Expect more than 80 eco-film screenings as well as 16 talks, creative workshops and live performances; then there are the art exhibits, a Green Market and other insightful activities centred around issues such as pollution, haze, indigenous people's rights, wildlife protection, climate change, nuclear energy, sustainable food production and more.

Click here for info on how to buy film screening passes and register for other happenings at the festival. If you're not sure where to start, check out some of the festival highlights below: 

Wajah Bumi Art Exhibition - featuring artwork by Amri Ginang, Alena Murang, Florent Mamelle and others,
24-29 October, 11am to 10pm  
White Box, Publika  

Women's Leadership in Sustainability - one of the many forums in KLEFF's Sustainability Forum Series, moderated by EcoKnights president Yasmin Rasyid and featuring speakers like Claire Sancelot, Datin Mina Cheah and Serina Hijas among others.   
24 October, 1pm to 6pm
Black Box, Publika 

Green Vibes - 16 live performances across two days, including traditional sape and didgeridoo performances and flamenco music and dances. From 1pm to 7.30pm on 28 October and 3pm to 6.30pm on 29 October.  
28-29 October 
Red Zone and The Square, Publika

The Green Market - featuring over 40 exhibitors and retail vendors alongside activities like games, a magic show and performances. 
26-29 October 
Red Zone and The Square, Publika

Details

Address: MAP at Publika, Level G2, Block A5, Solaris Dutamas, 1 Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur
Telephone: 03-7731 8361
Website: http://kleff.my/


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