Are films powerful enough to help change humanity and protect the planet? Feast your eyes and mind with a selection of more than 100 environment-themed stories at the 11th annual Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (KLEFF), which returns from October 22 to 29 at Publika Solaris.
When the inaugural Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival kick started back in 2008, the festival received eight film submissions by Malaysian film makers. Fast forward to 2018, this number has been steadily increasing over the years with close to 50 film submissions this year by Malaysians.
In its 11th year, KLEFF 2018 will feature close to 100 environment-themed films from over 38 countries. A festival for all Malaysians that isn’t afraid to challenge its audience, it offers 11 official selections, with films that focus on this year’s festival theme – “Forests, Water and Climate Change”.
As the 11th installation of the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival kick starts in October (22nd to 29th October 2018 at Publika Solaris), Malaysia’s first and biggest environmental film festival of the year will unleash almost 100 environmental films of all shapes and sizes.