Special guest Sir David Attenborough joins The EcoTales Festival!

Our festival theme is Plastic Pollution, based on Bee Production’s short film Gloop:

If you having trouble viewing this film you can watch it on You Tube

We are very excited to report that Sir David Attenborough has agreed to announce the winners of our Film Challenge at our festival on May 5th! The deadline for entries has been extended until the end of the Easter holiday (April 15th), Good Luck!!! 

The EcoTales film and Arts Festival will be held at Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham, on 5th May 2013. Entry is free, gates open 12pm-5pm. For more infomation check out our Events page.

Together with artists and schools from the Richmond Upon Thames borough we are creating a magical sound and sculpture trail for the festival. To get involved look out for The Riverside Trust’s whale sculpture workshops at the Jubilee Gardens Twickenham, we will announce the date soon. Or make a short film for our under 18s Film Challenge, more information on our Entries page.


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