Gon, The Little Fox

Film Title : Gon

Duration : 00:27:59 Filmmaker : Takeshi Yashiro Theme : Human- wildlife
Synopsis : When Gon, a playful orphaned fox, finds that young Hyoju has lost his mother, he tries to comfort him and make amends for his own earlier mischief by secretly bringing small gifts to the boy every day. But Hyoju doesn’t realize who is behind the anonymous gifts, and the two are headed for a heartbreaking climax.

From Kurils With Love

Film Title : From Kurils With Love

Duration : 00:20:00 Filmmaker : Andrei Sebastian Theme : Marine Conservation, Science
Synopsis : Vladimir, a scrappy but aging Russian marine mammal biologist, unexpectedly hitch hikes aboard a boat filled with adventure photographers out of a desperate need to return to his science monitoring stations. His boat, 2 weeks prior, was lost to the explosion of the Raikoke volcano. He is on a mission to help fulfill his quest to understand and protect the Kuril Islands before his age fails him, and so together the team sets out in one of the most remote and accessible volcanic island chains in the world to help Vladimir

Meet Ramon

Film Title : Meet Ramon

Duration : 00:03:26 Filmmaker : Pilar Aldirico Theme : Wildlife, Marine Conservation
Synopsis : Ramon, a fur seal pup, was rescued from an oil spill when he was just a few days old. He lives now in a marine wildlife rescue center, with many animals that also carry plastic issues. Ramon’s story is about hope and survival. Which ocean do we leave to him?

It’s look sunshine

Film Title : It’s look sunshine

Duration : 00:24:16 Filmmaker : Kim Seunghwan Theme : Marine Conservation, Waste Management
Synopsis : The main character, Young-eun, lives with her mother, a haenyo diver, in fishing village on Jeju Island. She learns eco-friendly photography from her friend Seung-hwan, who is a beachcomber. One day, her mother gets caught in a discarded net submerged in the sea and drowns. Young-eun moves away from Jeju and returns two years later for her mother’s death anniversary. She decides to begin taking pictures of sea debris on beaches, and Seung-hwan leaves the island to find a giant floating trash island in the Pacific Ocean on a boat made of recycled materials.

Mexico City and its Sacred Salamanders

Film Title : Mexico City and its Sacred Salamanders

Duration : 00:10:12 Filmmaker : Katie Garret Theme : Wildlife Conservation
Synopsis : Iconic salamanders that live exclusively in Mexico City’s Xochimilco lake complex, axolotls (Ambystoma mexicanum) are remarkable for a number of reasons. While most salamanders spend part of their adulthood on land, axolotls live permanently underwater and retain their larval features” including their feathery external gills”throughout their lives. There, they grow to lengths of up to 30 centimeters (12 inches), preying on aquatic insects, worms, tadpoles, crustaceans, and small fish. Thanks to their unique physiology and ability to regrow severed limbs, axolotls have been treasured by both the ancient Aztecs, who considered them to be descendants of an important deity, and modern scientists, who have used them as lab models to study everything from tissue regeneration to cancer. However, the species is now critically endangered in the wild, suffering from the triple threat of habitat destruction, pollution, and the introduction of non-native predatory fish. It is also a canary in the coal mine for an ecosystem in extreme distress. In this short film, join Luis Zambrano and Cristina Barros from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) to see how some of Mexico’s biologists, anthropologists, and traditional farmers are responding to this crisis, working to restore the habitat that is necessary not just for axolotls to survive in the wild, but also for the region’s human populations to thrive.

Echilibru, Bear Foot

Film Title : Echilibru, Bear Foot

Duration : 00:26:00 Filmmaker : Victor Julien Theme : Wildlife, human-wildlife
Synopsis : Bears dance every year in the Romanian Carpathians. During this ancestral celebration, men don bear furs and parade the streets. Wear the courage of this great predator and summon the strength to face the year ahead. In a country that hosts the largest bear population in Europe, men and bears have been close neighbors for centuries. Nowadays, the borders between their territories are thinning. To the point they sometimes intertwine… Echilibru offers an insight into a world without borders, at the dawn of a new equilibrium.


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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