Singapore Eco Film Festival | Session #9 – Little Green Dot
The Singapore Eco Film Festival (#SGEFF) is a celebration bringing together all the environmental organisations in Singapore, to ignite a public passion for protecting our environment in Singapore & Beyond!
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Session #9 – Little Green Dot

Little Green Dot

Critically endangered species like the pangolin can still be found here on this little red dot. But will we decide to sacrifice it and our natural heritage for urban development? Whose responsibility is it to decide our future?


Sun Nov 13, 2016
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM


Claire Clements, Film Director
Anbarasi Boopal, ACRES
Chiara Anna Bellati, Producer



Guardians of the Pangolin
Over a million pangolins have been trafficked in the past decade. Coconuts TV had the unique opportunity to join Save Vietnam’s Wildlife, an organisation on the front line of Pangolin conservation, as they journeyed across Vietnam to free 35 critically endangered Sunda pangolins back into the wild.

Otter Town
Meet the Riversiders and the Wildlings, two very different otter families growing up in one of the busiest islands in the world – Singapore. Natural born city-slickers, the Riversiders have made the heart of this bustling town their home.

Explores Singapore’s island wild – far from the city, past the port, sandy beaches, coral reefs and murky mangroves are home to an array of fascinating creatures. Take a journey across the waters to discover the surprising world of Singapore’s Wild Islands.