It all started with a cup of teh tarik. The EcoKnights team were relaxing one evening in March 2008, and realized that a lot of the communication materials utilized for environmental education by EcoKnights are foreign-owned.
Using these materials can be problematic when language or accents become barriers for young children to understand environmental issues.Read More
Every year, the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival doubles up as a competitive platform for film makers from all around to world to compete in various categories.
All films submitted must observe the 2014 Competition Guidelines. There are three deadlines each with their own related fees.Read More
This year, there are five categories in which film makers can compete in and eight awards are at stake with prize money alone is RM21,500 in total.Read More
The panellists invited to evaluate submissions to the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival 2014 competition were selected to represent diversity not only in age, race, gender, etc, but also diversity in professional and academic expertise in environment and media, and diverse experience with creative films/videos participating in this competition.
Get to know them.Read More