INFRACTIONS

Film Title : INFRACTIONS

Duration : 01:02:00 Filmmaker : Rachel O’ Reilly Theme : Sustainability
Synopsis : INFRACTIONS is a moving artistic feature documentary in dialogue with frontline Indigenous cultural workers’ struggles against current threats to more than 50% of Australia’s Northern Territory from shale gas fracking. The filmmaker, a former museum curator, grew up in the small East Coast port city where the first unconventional gas infrastructure was approved for the nation. But the film uses a split screen poetic to stay with First Nations voices throughout. Stories of resistance and manufactured consent show up the toxicity of the Western legal system on lands that have technically been won back since the 1970s. Grassroots expertise on ancient underground waters is reinforced by Indigenous law professor Irene Watson, whose country further South is also threatened. An analytically precise, poetic and cutting dramatization of global and local knowledge required for solidarity and climate justice.

Exploring the Pacific Northwest

Film Title : Exploring the Pacific Northwest

Duration : 01:04:44 Filmmaker : Ian A Nelson Theme :
Synopsis : Journey through the Pacific Northwest, where the landscapes vary from volcanic mountain ranges, to coastal shorelines, open drylands, and more. Within these diverse ecosystems, a variety species have helped to shape and maintain their respective habitats. The natural environments found within this region are important to protect for the benefit of all living beings.

Sockeye Salmon, Red Fish

Film Title : Sockeye Salmon, Red Fish

Duration : 00:51:00 Filmmaker : Dmitriy Shpilenok , Vladislav Grishin Theme : Wildlife
Synopsis : Sockeye, a species of wild salmon, is born in Kamchatkan waters and spends its entire life in the Pacific Ocean. Only once does it return to fresh waters – to give offspring, start the circle of life, and die. It is an inexhaustible resource that feeds billions of people on the planet, restored every year! But soon, we may find ourselves facing the unimaginable: humans will exhaust the inexhaustible!

About KLEFF

The Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (KLEFF) is Malaysia’s first and longest-serving platform promoting sustainable living through showcases of environmentally-themed films and programs. Since 2008, KLEFF’s mission is to accelerate mainstreaming of sustainable living and stewardship of the environment through the power of audio visual materials and activities.

In the month of October, KLEFF hosts the screening of more than 50 films reaching to an audience of more than 5,000. With the collaboration of partners and sponsors, KLEFF is gradually becoming the nation’s celebrated grassroots cultural and environmental event.

The Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival is a not-for-profit program organized by local environmental NGO, EcoKnights.

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