Films on Ecology and Environment

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Venue: C.D. Deshmukh Auditorium, Main Complex, India International Centre (IIC), 40 Max Mueller Marg, Lodhi Estate, New Delhi-110003
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Event Description: Films on Ecology and Environment

The Pangti Story (26 min; 2016; DVD; English)
Director: Sesino Yhoshu

Recipient of Silver Lotus Award for Best Environment Film (non-feature film), 65th National Film Awards 2018; and Golden Beaver Award, 7thNational Science Film Festival 2017

The film explores the transition of an entire village from one that slaughtered hundreds and thousands of Amur Falcons, to becoming their most fervent preservationists. The Amur Falcons are the longest travelling raptors in the world, who fly from Siberia every fall to roost in Pangti, a small village in Nagaland

Saving the Wild- Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation (25 min; 2016; DVD; English)
Director: Rita Banerji

Recipient of the Silver Beaver & Best Editing Award, National Science Film Festival, Kolkata; and Best Film – Forest and Wildlife, Woodpecker International Film Festival and Forum, New Delhi

In one of the prime wildlife habitats of India, Kaziranga Assam, The Center for Wildlife Rehabilitation and Conservation has been rescuing animals for the last 12 years. Many of these juvenile animals are successfully hand-raised and rehabilitated back in the wild, while rescued adults are treated and released as soon as possible

Films courtesy: Public Service Broadcasting Trust

(Collaboration: World Wide Fund for Nature-India)

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Films on Ecology and Environment Films on Ecology and Environment Reviewed by DelhiEvents on Saturday, January 25, 2020 Rating: 5

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