The Africa Premiere of Planet Re:think.
A groundbreaking documentary focusing on our excess consumption of natural resources.
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.<
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.
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.
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.
We have 5 guests and one member online