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Award Winning Films Showing at Effa

The Africa Premiere of Planet Re:think.

A groundbreaking documentary focusing on our excess consumption of natural resources.

THE AUSTRALIAN HIGH COMMISSION SUPPORTS EFFA

The Australian High Commission Accra has once again supported the Environmental Film Festival of Accra under its Direct Aid Program (DAP). The support is toward the Young Film Makers Workshop which has been successfully completed and will be premiering at the festival launch.<

A Collaboration with Buster Films - Denmark

BUSTER COPENHAGEN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH www.buster.dk
BUSTER Film Festival is the largest film festival for children and young people aged 3-17 in Denmark. The festival is held annually, (05 to 15 September 2013) across a wide range of cinemas and cultural centers and museums primarily in Copenhagen and other towns in Denmark.

  • Sound of the River

    The video speaks to the destruction to nature, protecting our rivers and encouraging citizens to show love to the environment.
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    Chopsticks

    A noodle shop owner wants disposable chopsticks to be used when eating his soba, but his granddaughter wants to use re-usable chopsticks, to help save the Earth. Frustrated by her stubborn grandpa, she runs out of the shop. Seeing his unhappy granddaughter leave, the owner takes action.
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    U-Turn

    U-turn is an animation short for kids and young people raising questions about global and environmental justice. The animation features characters like Paul, Ms Ming and a monkey running out of wood.
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Showing at Trashy Bags

Tonight Thursday 4 July, Trash Bags Osu will be hosting the film screening event. Showing will be Fantastic in Plastic, a wonderful film about a competition to find the best utility product made from recycled plastic waste.

The second film Ghana's Plastic Waste Menace documents the onslaught of plastic waste proliferation on the Ghanaian environment, and the various discussions on how to tackle the growing problem.

 

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Showing at Alliance Francaise

The closing night of the environmental film festival of Accra will be hosted by Alliance Francaise, showing will be Planet Re:think, the award winning documentary on the new global environmental crises.
A new film commissioned by the French Embassy in Ghana - Health and the Environment, produced by Creative Storm Networks will climax the evening screenings.

 

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EFFA 2013 REPORT

2013 ReportWe are pleased to report on the ninth edition of the annual international Environmental Film Festival of Accra held from 28 June to 5 July 2013. Over 300 people including several school children gathered at KAMA Conference Center for the launch with its focus on health and the environment.

 

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EFFA FILM WORKSHOP

Sixteen young students from schools across the capital gathered at the Creative Storm Studios and over three weeks of intense immersion in story telling, acting and film craft learned how to bring their stories about the environment to life.

 

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THE ENVIRONMENT FORUM

The forum focused on three thematic areas: Climate Change, Degraded Environment & Flooding, Water and Sanitation and Natural Resources in plenary and small group discussions. Presentations by leaders in the field introduced the key issues.

 

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FREE MALARIA TESTING

A major highlight of EFFA 2013 was the free malaria testing for members of the public that took place at the Freedom and Justice Park, Kwame Nkrumah Circle.

 

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