Programme

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The 2015 South African Eco Film Festival takes place in four venues:

                                  Cape Town                              Johannesburg

                                  Pretoria                                   Eastern Cape

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Cape Town

The Labia Theatre, 68 Orange Street, Gardens
Email: labiatheatre@telkomsa.net
Tel: 021 424 5927
Web: www.thelabia.co.za

All tickets are R45

Buy tickets now:

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To reserve tickets, call the Labia box office: 021 424 5927 

All films at the Labia Theatre will be followed by an informal audience discussion or Q&A session.

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Thursday 26 March

11am:  Living Creatures Great and Small (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2.30pm:  How I Became an Elephant (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6.15pm:  Love Thy Nature

                  screens with Julia Roberts is Mother Nature and (En)Snared

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Friday 27 March

11am:  Small Seeds Hold Great Potential (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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 2.30pm:  Life Elsewhere (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6.15pm:  Unacceptable Levels

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8.15pm:  Trashed

Q&A with Muna Lakani, Institute for Zero Waste in Africa.

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Saturday 28 March

10am:  Eco Films by Kids & Green Heroes (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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12am:  Be the Change (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2pm          Voices of Transition

                   screens with Abalimi

Q&A with filmmakers Todd A. Somodevilla and Marysia Makowska.

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4pm:  Real Value

screens with Edward Norton is Soil

Sponsored by Velocity Trade.

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6.15pm:  Project Wild Thing

screens with Msobomvu

Q&A with Gray Maguire from Project 90×2030 and filmmakers Sara CF de Gouveia and Kofi Zwana.

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8.30pm:  Earth Hour

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Sunday 29 March

10am:  Wild World (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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12am:  Natural Connections (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2.30pm:  How I Became an Elephant (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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4pm:  Cowspiracy

screens with Once Upon a Time

Presented by Fry’s Family Foods

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6.15pm:  Return of the River

screens with Penélope Cruz is Water and The Artist

Q&A with Ebraime Hull and filmmakers Laurence Dworkin and Tonia Selley.

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8.15pm:  A Will for the Woods

screens with Robert Redford is The Redwood

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Monday 30 March

11am:  Living Creatures Great and Small (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2.30pm:  Life Elsewhere (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6.15pm:  Black Ice

screens with Harrison Ford is The Ocean and Forest Man

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Tuesday 31 March

11am:  Small Seeds Hold Great Potential (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2.30pm:  Natural Connections (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6.15pm:  Extinction Soup

screens with Ian Somerhalder is Coral Reef and Stepping Stones

Q&A with our international guest and executive producer of Extinction Soup, Stefanie Brendl and Dr Eleanor Yeld Hutchings, of the Save Our Seas Foundation Shark Education Centre, Kalk Bay, as well as Bongani Mnisi and filmmaker Laurence Dworkin.

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Wednesday 1 April

11am:  Wild World (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2.30pm:  Eco Films by Kids & Green Heroes (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6.15pm:  Wrenched

screens with Kevin Spacey is The Rainforest

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Thursday 2 April

11am:  Be the Change (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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2.30pm:  Living Creatures Great and Small (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6.15pm: Just Eat It

screens with Lupita Nyong’o is Flower and Food Forward

Q&A with Nicholas Wiid from 110% Green

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Johannesburg

The Bioscope Independent Cinema, 286 Fox Street, City and Suburban
Email: info@thebioscope.co.za
Tel: 011 039 7306
Web: www.thebioscope.co.za

All tickets are R45

Visit www.thebioscope.co.za to see the programme and buy tickets.

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 Thursday 26 March

7.30pm:  Real Value

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Friday 27 March

6pm:  Unacceptable Levels

screens with Kevin Spacey is The Rainforest

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Saturday 28 March

5pm:  Return of the River

screens with Ian Somerhalder is Coral Reef

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6.45pm:  Trashed

screens with Edward Norton is Soil

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Sunday 29 March

3pm:  Project Wild Thing

screens with Robert Redford is The Redwood

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5pm: Love Thy Nature

screens with Julia Roberts is Mother Nature

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7pm: Voices of Transition

screens with Abalimi

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Monday 30 March

7.30pm:  A Will for the Woods

screens with Lupita Nyong’o is Flower

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Tuesday 31 March

7.30pm:  Just Eat It

screens with Food Forward

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Wednesday 1 April

7.30pm:  Extinction Soup

screens with Harrison Ford is The Ocean

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Thursday 2 April

7.30pm:  Cowspiracy

screens with Penélope Cruz is Water

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Pretoria

Asbos Teater, Karoo Square, cnr Lynnwood & Albeth Roads,The Willows, Pretoria East
Email: teater@asbos.co.za
Tel: 082 564 0999
Web: www.teat53.wix.com/asbos

All tickets are R45

Bookings: www.asbos.co.za / bookings@asbos.co.za / 0825640999 (SMS)

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Thursday 26 March

6pm:  Love Thy Nature

screens with Julia Roberts is Mother Nature

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Saturday 28 March

12pm: Voices of Transition

screens with Abalimi

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2pm:  Real Value

screens with Edward Norton is Soil

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4pm:  Project Wild Thing

screens with Msobomvu

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Sunday 29 March

12pm:  Cowspiracy

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2pm:  Return of the River

screens with Penélope Cruz is Water and The Artist

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4pm:  A Will for the Woods

screens with Robert Redford is The Redwood

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Monday 30 March

7pm:  Black Ice

screens with Harrison Ford is The Ocean and Forest Man

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Tuesday 31 March

7pm:  Extinction Soup

screens with Ian Somerhalder is Coral Reef and Stepping Stones

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Wednesday 1 April

7pm:  Wrenched

screens with Kevin Spacey is The Rainforest

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Thursday 2 April

7pm:  Just Eat It

screens with Lupita Nyong’o is Flower and Food Forward

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Eastern Cape

Khula Dhamma Retreat Centre & Ecological Farm, Haga Haga (near East London)
Email: kdrc@khuladhamma.org
Tel: 073 534 9018  (between 8:30 – 16:00)
Web: www.khuladhamma.org

Tickets:

All tickets include breakfast and lunch for both Saturday and Sunday and access to all screenings and meditation and yoga classes: 

3 x 3 Bedroom chalet: R1500 for the weekend

3 x 2 Bedroom chalet: R1200 for the weekend

6 x Dorm beds: R450 for the weekend

Camping:
Full Weekend – R 350
2 Day (Sat & Sun) – R280
1 Day Pass (Sat or Sun) – R150

Buy tickets online now!

Proudly sponsored by:

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Friday 27 March

7pm:  Love Thy Nature

screens with Julia Roberts Is Mother Nature

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9pm:  Black Ice

screens with Harrison Ford Is The Ocean and Msobomvu

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Saturday 28 March

11am:  Wrenched

screens with Edward Norton Is Soil

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2pm:  Real Value

screens with Nature’s Pharmacy

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2pm:  Be The Change (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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4pm:  Cowspiracy

screens with Lupita Nyong’o Is Flower

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4pm:  Eco Films By Kids & Green Heroes (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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6pm:  Project Wild Thing

screens with Kevin Spacey Is Rainforest

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Sunday 29 March

 10am:  A Will For The Woods

screens with Abalimi

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2pm:  Just Eat It

screens with Robert Redford Is Redwood and Forest Man

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2pm:  How I Became An Elephant (Eco Kids Film Initiative)

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4pm:  Trashed

screens with Ian Somerhalder Is Coral Reef

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6pm:  Return Of The River

screens with Penelope Cruz Is Water

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