Join us for unparalleled discovery, networking and inspiration at the 2016 Borneo Eco Film Festival (BEFF),  from October 8 – 9 at Suria Sabah Shopping Mall (5th Floor, Event Hall)


Who is exhibiting at BEFF2016?
View our list of exhibitors and vendors.




A limited number of bean bags will be available for rent by donation during the Borneo Eco Film Festival. So grab that perfect snuggle! Attendees are encouraged to bring along their pillows or blankets and arrive early to secure the best seating places.

Don’t worry, we have chairs too.


Bottles, badges, car stickers and T-shirts. All for sale during BEFF2016!


All proceeds from the BEFF Merchandise and Bean Bag rentals go to the  SUARA COMMUNITY FILMMAKING. Find out more!

If you do have a preference and would like your donation to support somewhere specific, you can let us know when you make your donation.


WWF-Malaysia (World Wide Fund for Nature-Malaysia) was established in Malaysia in 1972. It currently runs more than 90 projects covering a diverse range of environmental conservation and protection work, from saving endangered species such as tigers and turtles, to protecting our highland forests, rivers and seas. The national conservation organization also undertakes environmental education and advocacy work to achieve its conservation goals. Its mission is to stop the degradation of the earth’s natural environment and to build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature, by conserving the nation’s biological diversity, ensuring that the use of renewable natural resources is sustainable, and promoting the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption. For latest news and media resources, visit

Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Kota Kinabalu (SPCA)
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Kota Kinabalu (SPCA KK) is a non governmental organisation which has been registered with the Registry of Societies, Malaysia since the 14th February 2006. A group of animal lovers who had been working independently for the welfare of strays and abused animals in Kota Kinabalu had decided to form a common platform so that their work can be done more effectively. The purpose of the society is to promote a better understanding on the needs, and rights of animals in order to reduce the incidences of animal abuses.

The Society of Wilderness Sabah (SOW Sabah)
Society of Wilderness Sabah (SOW Sabah) is a non-profit organisation in Kota Kinabalu that wishes to promote awareness of nature conservation, provide opportunities and environment needed for nature education to the general public. We hope to train people for conservation activities and encourage them to be nature observer while raising funds for protection of wild land.







Tamu Tamu
Tamu – Tamu Collective is an initiative to gather artist/artisans/crafters and all talented individuals making handmade/homegrown products both traditional and contemporary under one collective.

Tamparuli Living Arts Centre
To establish and provide a cultural and resource centre for the living and creative arts for Sabah in particular, and Malaysia as a whole.

JF Production – KK
A bunch of passionate people of all different professions and backgrounds come together to make beautiful stuffs by savour & upcycling, reusing & re-purposing old unwanted & useless junks and reducing them from going to the dumpster. 

Be ready. An Eiffel Tower is coming its way to Borneo Eco Film Festival! The purpose of the sculpture is to ask everyone to focus and take action in tackling the waste issue in Kota Kinabalu by doing upcycle. The only way to reduce waste is to reuse them!

E-I-Feel (Environment I Feel) Green tower is an Upcycle Art installation by ​ to create awareness and love towards our environment. This 15 ft x 5 ft x 5 ft tower is built with unwanted building material, roofing material, Polycarbonate and cable ties. The Eiffel Tower symbolizes love and the creativity of one’s mind; The floral symbolize the high biodiversity environment that exists in Sabah.


Apply to Exhibit

Interested in exhibiting at BEFF 2016? Contact us.