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Wildlife Asia public film screenings (non-SFS event)

What International wildlife and environmental films, some with a focus on Asia's natural splendours, and a chance to meet the filmmakers.
When 13 March 2007 (Tuesday) - 18 March 2007 (Sunday), Various timings (see details)
Where The Arts House (www.theartshouse.com.sg) and Singapore Botanic Gardens (www.sbg.org)
Admission

$6 each for Arts House screenings. Tickets from The Arts House. Call 6332 6919.

Free at the Singapore Botanic Gardens, with a chance to meet the filmmakers.

 

Detailed programme: http://www.wildlifeasia.org/Fest-outreach.html


WILDLIFE ASIA PUBLIC FILM SCREENINGS

Finally, Asia has an international wildlife and environmental film festival with the draw of international broadcasters and renowned naturalists to call her own - Wildlife Asia.

Filmmakers, conservationists, broadcasters (e.g. NHK, Animal Planet, National Geographic, BBC, CCTV) and nature enthusiasts will gather in Singapore this March to celebrate Asia's natural splendours and draw much needed timely attention to the conservation needs in the rapidly developing region in a series of seminars, workshops, conferences and awards celebrating the best in wildlife and environmental filmmaking, new media, journalism and photography.

As part of the festival's outreach programme, Wildlife Asia is presenting a selection of films to be screened at various locations, with the chance for the public to meet the filmmakers at the screenings at the Singapore Botanic Gardens.

2 of the days will be dedicated for films with Australian content or made by Australian Filmmakers, in association with the Australian High Commission. Included will be a special tribute to Steve Irwin.

Watch your favourite documentaries and new ones on the big screen! Join us in "Giving Nature a Voice".