Film screenings

Venue for all film screening sessions: Function Room (50 pax)

26 May 2012 (Saturday)

10.00am – 10.30am: Singapore got wildlife meh?
11.00am – 11.40am: The Return of the King
1.00pm – 1.35pm: Hardy Driftwood and his adventures

27 May 2012 (Sunday)

10.00am – 10.40am: The Return of the King
1.00pm – 1.35pm: Hardy Driftwood and his adventures
3.00pm – 3.30pm: Singapore got wildlife meh?

Abstract of films

Singapore got wildlife meh?
Duration: 20 minutes
This is a compilation of short clips and photos of our native biodiversity taken by various nature-enthusiasts. Featuring critters close to our homes, to those out by the sea, who says Singapore has no wildlife??
This video is compiled by David Tan, Eunice Soh and Jocelyne Sze.

The Return of the King
Duration: 40 minutes
A documentary about the return of the Oriental Pied Hornbills to our urban landscape was screened at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Once thought to be extinct from Singapore, these large birds are re-establishing healthy colonies here, with about 50 hornbills now found on Pulau Ubin, a small island off Singapore, and spreading out to other areas in mainland Singapore.
This documentary is brought to you by the Singapore Hornbill Project’s team.

Hardy Driftwood and his adventures
Duration: 35 minutes
The Hardy Driftwood animation series is set in situations familiar to children and highlights the adverse impact seemingly harmless actions can have on our environment. The series encourages the children to take positive actions to protect the environment through simple and practical solutions within their abilities.
This animation series is brought to you by HSBC.

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