Film Title : Pascoal

Duration : 00:14:56 Filmmaker : Matt Jarvis Theme : Marine Conservation, Youth Empowerment, Community
Synopsis : The eastern coast of Mozambique is notorious for riptides and drownings. For the people who live here, the ocean is their livelihood, but also a dangerous place, and nobody is taught how to swim. Pascoal is an outreach officer for Love The Oceans, who are supporting swimming classes and marine biology lessons in Guinjata, the local village. We follow Pascoal’s story of overcoming his fear of the sea, and how he is passing forward his knowledge and advice to future generations in order to breed a new wave of local marine conservationists.

No Mad

Film Title : No Mad

Duration : 00:46:48 Filmmaker : Alvynn Diagne Theme : Marine Conservation, Waste Management
Synopsis : NO MAD highlights how the association, ‘The Lifeboat Project’, is working with the government of the Philippines to combat illegal fishing (dynamite, cyanide) as well as trying to create a Non Take Marine Sanctuary in Coron and replanting reef with the use of BioRock technology.


Film Title : H2O

Duration : 00:06:31 Filmmaker : Fathima Shanaz Theme : Human & Development, Pollution
Synopsis : There is a big Forest. Birds are flying here and there. Animals are wandering about. There is a river flowing across the forest. It’s drizzling. The forest is adorned with a rainbow. Chirping of the birds and the sound of rain is heard in the background. Suddenly, at the end of the forest, the light of gun firing, and black fumes can be seen. The war continues to grow and fades out eventually. Again, it rains. At the end of the rain, the sun rises. It is a very calm and beautiful forest. A man comes to this beautiful forest. He hunts an animal. There are few humans who cut the forest down with axes. Gradually people come, cut down the forest and make it a city. A church, a temple, a Hindu temple and a Mosque is built at the same time. The city is being created after destroying the forest. Suddenly, a thundering noise is heard. A pouring rain falls. Gradually the city drowns. People shout and run here and there. The religious monuments are being destroyed and the city gets destroyed too. Humans come down floating. A small girl also comes down floating. After her, the previously seen animals such as rabbits, elephants, and deer come floating too. The movie ends with the little girl getting trapped in a droplet of water. In the major theme of this movie, the struggle humans must go through due to the destruction of nature and the deforestation is portrayed. Also this short film showcases how the society which is created by capitalism always creates chaos.

Gold of Cajamarca

Film Title : Gold of Cajamarca

Duration : 00:15:48 Filmmaker : Alexandre Regol Theme : Mining, Agriculture
Synopsis : A short handcrafted 16mm documentary about the fights against one of Colombia’s biggest open-sky goldmine projects. A black and white ballad through Tolima’s green mountains, in Colombian Andes, talking to Cajamarca’s valley inhabitants. On the surface, green fertile lands and peaceful agriculture. But hidden under the ground, invisible fields of gold coveted by a multinational company could reshape this whole world. Sometimes with just their voices, sometimes accepting to show their faces, Cajamarca’s workers depict different aspects of their lives and the threat of the open-sky goldmine project they face, while their images slightly tend to disappear.


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.

During the festival, 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.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, KLEFF has evolved from a physical festival into a digital festival through its online screening platform KLEFFlix. The Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival is a not-for-profit program organized by local environmental NGO, EcoKnights.


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