Catch the annual Eco Film Festival at the Labia

Sea of Life is a documentary by filmmaker Julia Barnes who embarks on a journey around the world to figure out how we're going to save our oceans. It will be screened on Saturday March 25, at 2.15pm, as part of the SA Eco Film Festival.

The 4th Annual SA Eco Film Festival will be screened at the Labia Theatre in Orange Street, from Thursday March 23 to Thursday March 30, with the theme “Change is Here”.

The festival, featuring creative film content from SA and around the world, explores how environmental changes are affecting us, and how we can make a difference. It will also include guest speakers and audience Q&As. As well as the main programme at the Labia Theatre, there will be a peninsula preview at the Masque Theatre, in Muizenberg, on Thursday March 16, and sneak previews at the Simon’s Town Museum until Friday March 17. Labia Tickets are R50 for all screenings and can be booked through the box office at 021 424 5927 or online at Webtickets.

Call 021 786 3046 to book for sneak previews in Simon’s Town and 021 788 1898 for the peninsula preview at the Masque Theatre.

Visit www.saecofilmfestival.com for the full programme and the social media hashtag is #ChangeIsHere

The South African Eco Film Festival is a project of While You Were Sleeping, an NPO committed to bringing documentaries with important social themes to South African audiences.