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Announcing our Venue & Community Partner !

Partnering up with IMPACT HUB Singapore

WOW WHAT A MONTH!

Since our initial meeting, a lot has been happening for team SGEFF! But the biggest announcment so far is the confirmation of our Venue & Community partner; HUB Singapore!

With 2 stages / screening spaces, room for over 10-20 community partner "booths" and other areas for workshops & talks - the HUB is the perfect Venue. But it's not just about the space, the hub brings with it a vibrant community of people in Singapore which means we will be able to reach out to a massive audience!

SO! With a venue, comes the date confirmation: 21st October will be the official opening night, with 22nd - 23rd the full day festival. PUT IT IN YOUR CALENDARS!

Instead of a traditional film festival, the two-day event will also include workshops, forums, children's activities, talks & panel discussions, environmental clean-ups and more. All activities held throughout the festival will aim to engage participants creatively on how they can affect change locally and globally.

There is also a strong commitment to showcase local filmmakers and creatives, with the launch of the "Singapore Environmental Film Award" given to the best local short environmental film. Prizes and details are still in discussion so stay tuned!

We are also currently in talks with other Environmentally focused festivals around the world, including both the nearby Kuala Lumpur & Borneo Eco Film Festivals! More announcements regarding those talks soon!

All in all, #SGEFF hopes to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & beyond. So if you or your organisation would like to get involved, then please get in touch!

- J

“At The Hub we nurture a dynamic ecosystem for businesses by providing start-ups with mentoring and coaching, venture capital, as well as connecting our Hubbers with our vast corporate network. As the community and venue partner of Singapore Environmental Film Festival 2016, The Hub will bring together our community, giving the festival the perfect stage to reach a wider audience and prime it for success in its first year.”
- Grace Sai, Co-Founder and CEO, The HUB Singapore.
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