How can we collectively collaborate to create a regenerative culture that is in alignment with our environments?

When we realize everything is interconnected, we explore ways to move from a space of ego to eco — to create an inclusive system and thriving planet for us and future generations.

The Annual Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is an inspirational event over 3+ days filled with unforgettable experiences. This includes eco-focused films, insightful panel discussions, activities, workshops & talks for people of all ages. Tickets are free and open to the public.

Since 2016, the inaugural festival has been presented with the iconic ArtScience Museum, fuelled by our ever-growing community of volunteers & community partners. This year, we are taking the festival online with the theme RE(GENERATION).

Download our 2020 Festival Guide and register for Films and Events through our Festival Programme, and check out our Community Shorts below.

Singapore’s vertical and rooftop garden program is an exciting example for other cities to look toward as the world moves into this new era of regeneration. We are grateful to the festival and honoured to have Kiss the Ground as part of this year’s lineup.

Josh Tickell, Filmmaker, Kiss The Ground

Selected EcoShorts

Sea of Cortez

Revealing Our Roots: Trees of Singapore

Southern Resident Killer Whales Conservation

ROOTS: Professional Tree Planting in Oregon

Blue Swimmer Crab Fishery

GreenCircle Eco-Farm

LASALLE Animation Shorts for the Jane Goodall Institute Singapore

The Green Life - Cotton Stuff

Featuring student films from STEP Sociovation 2021

70 young changemakers from countries all over the ASEAN and Greater China region gathered virtually for 2 weeks in the annual STEP Sociovation Forum held from 5th to 16th July 2021.Organised by the SUSS and supported by Temasek Foundation, with VSStory as the training partner, these students learnt all about environmental issues and filmmaking.

Using what they learnt, they collaborated to create these two short documentary films on a chosen environmental issue they are passionate about.

Ugly is the New Good

Chasing Change

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Community Partners

SGEFF brings together the environmental community for conversations, workshops and activities.

Festival Partners

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