Friends of the Earth Malta is organising its first Environmental Film Festival—Ċine’Ambjent 2019 in Floriana 🇲🇹
Ċine’Ambjent is a non-profit film festival providing local communities with a wide range of new and thought-provoking environmental films over a 2-day program. The film festival will be showcasing short films from around the globe dealing with climate change, agriculture, plastic pollution, global inequalities, resilience and relationships people cultivate with the natural landscape.
Saturday 25th May 2019
7.30pm Doors Open
8.00pm Environmental poetry reading
8.30-11pm Screening of a selection of short films
11pm till late After-film party by Kinemastik
Sunday 26th May 2019
4pm – 6pm Environmental League of Little Rock People! BOOK HERE:
(film screening and hands-on activity for kids and families)
8pm to 11pm Screening of a selection of short films
*Call out to all bar enthusiasts and environmentalists, we urge you to BRING YOUR OWN GLASS. Getting your own glass does not only help reduce waste but you also get a free little perk in return for loving the environment 🤓🥂*
🍺🍷Drinks at the bar Stretta Craft Beer and CORE GREEN: organic + fairtrade.
🌮🤤Delicious food will also be served thanks to chef Josephine Apap
Get Your Tickets
Tickets are sold NOW ONLY AT THE DOOR.
Since we want the films to be accessible to all we have a 3 tiered system for the ticket prices. All the ticket sales will go towards the costs of the event. The activity is part of a project that is part financed by the Arts Council Malta, but the rest of the funds need to be raised by our NGO. Your support is appreciated so please choose the ticket that truly represents your situation. 🌞
|1 Day||2 Day|
|Concession Ticket||Student, unemployed, pensioner or a other individuals who feel like they cannot pay the normal ticket||3||4|
|Normal Ticket||regular festival ticket||5||8|
|I ❤️ FoEM ticket||you want to support the great work that we do at Friends of the Earth Malta and ensure that we continue to give back||7||12|
This project is supported by Arts Council Malta – Creative Communities