CONSUMED: Last of the Long Necks (short film: Wild Seve)
Highlighting the plight of giraffes in decline and the implications for our rapidly-changing world, the film celebrates what makes these majestic animals so unique, sheds light on their struggle, and explores what hope can be found in the tangled relationship between humanity and nature. As the tallest animal on the planet, the giraffe is one of the most iconic representatives of our beautifully diverse planet. It seems fitting then, that in uncovering their quiet demise, we discover humanity's greatest challenge. The dedicated contingent of giraffe researchers and scientists across the globe labor relentlessly, knowing that the diligent study of these animals may unlock solutions for their coexistence with humankind.
Every year, in villages surrounding Tiger Reserves in Karnataka, India, wild animals damage
agriculture and kill livestock. Wild Seve is the story of a small group of people working tirelessly to speed up the process of compensation for the people affected, in the hope of mitigating human-
50 seats will be kept available for walk-in guests on the day of the screening, so come early if you can't get tickets online!
* Entry to the ArtScience Museum is free for the Singapore Eco Film Festival screenings and workshops. To visit the exhibitions, you can buy tickets at the ArtScience Museum ticket counter.
- The event description was updated. Diff#272564 2017-08-25 07:42:28