The eight-minute short film “The Last Drop” directed by SEI Asia’s Rajesh Daniel and produced by SUMERNET and SEI will be shown at the 2nd annual Changing Climate Changing Lives (CCCL) Film Festival on 19 February at the Alliance Française Bangkok as part of Shorts Program 2.

Video: SEI / YouTube.

About the film:

In Myanmar’s arid central region, water is scarce. Climate change is worsening the situation. Local communities talk about their daily struggles to make a livelihood. The film was created under SEI’s SUMERNET programme.


Saturday, February 19th, 2:20 PM (Please check in at the box office at least 10 minutes prior to showtime)
In-person Q&A will be held after the screening.


Auditorium room (3rd floor), Alliance Française Bangkok179 Wireless Rd., Lumphini, Pathum Wan District, BANGKOK 10330

Map of Alliance Française Bangkok

Map of Alliance Française Bangkok. Graphic: Alliance Française Bangkok .

Other key events:

The festival’s reception: Saturday, February 19th, 7:00 PM at Reception Hall (1st floor), Alliance Française BangkokAward Ceremony: Saturday, February 19th, 8:00 PM at Auditorium room (3rd floor), Alliance Française Bangkok

Award eligibility:

1. Youth Jury Award (10,000 Baht)2. Audience Award (10,000 Baht)The voting results will be announced during the award ceremony at 8:00 PM.

About CCCL:

CCCL is a platform for Thai youth and communities to share their stories of climate impact, resilience, inspiration, and innovation. Founded in 2019, CCCL aims to raise awareness about climate change through the power of short films and inspire action in Thailand and Southeast Asia.

For more information, please visit the link below.

The Last Drop by Rajesh Daniel