Films : Documentaries
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    Forests are a crucial source of freshwater, giving birth to our rivers and recharging our ground water. 300 rivers flow out of the forests of Western Ghats alone.This film produced for the Public Service
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    This tourism film showcases the ancient arts and crafts of Rajasthan. For centuries unique forms of arts have been passed down generations and are still practiced by the people of Rajasthan.
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    Rajasthan is synonymous to tourism but there are still areas which are not known to the average tourist. This 30-minute tourism film takes us on a journey and exploration of the lesser known destinations across
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    In the high altitudes of Himachal Pradesh a lone man begins a 500-kilometre journey with his sheep. Each year the gaddis of Himachal Pradesh make an arduous journey across the mountains,
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    Produced for Edu Media, this film is an attempt to create awareness among teenagers about their personal safety on the streets, at home and on the Internet. It gives simple steps teenagers and young
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    This 28 minute film made in partnership with IUCN showcases the fascinating web of life that surrounds these tidal forests. The film highlights the unique collaboration between governments, regional and
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    Every winter, Himachal Pradesh witnesses one of the most amazing spectacles seen anywhere in the country…..Thousands of migratory birds to escape their freezing winter
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    In India nearly 13-14% of all school children have special needs….but unfortunately many of these go unnoticed and are labeled as failures when they are unable to meet
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    The idea of buildings producing as much energy as they use each year is an idea whose time is nearing. The technology is called “Net Zero Energy buildings”.
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    A skirmish involving an injured dog brings our protagonist to an animal shelter where she understands how widespread animal cruelty is,
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    Shot under extreme conditions and threats from the local mafia, the film took 3 years to complete. This is the first ever and only video
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    One of the last havens of untouched forest land – the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve in South India is home to the deadly rock bee the Apis
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    A film on one of the oldest living fossils on Earth and possibly the world’s most spectacular scientific breakthrough that could rewrite the
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    The Last Migration was the first Asian film to win the The Green Oscar - Panda Award at the Wildscreen Festival. It subsequently went on to
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    India is one of the richest bio-diversity hotspots in the world, supporting over 45,000 species of plants both agricultural and
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    Millions of people are living with HIV/AIDS globally today and worldwide AIDS claims more than 3 million lives every year.
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    The brutal capture, torture and subsequent death of a young tusker in a capture operation authorized by the government prompted Mike
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    As part of the British Council’s International Climate Champions Programme, a group of young climate champions including six from
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    The Indian sub-continent had the highest density of vultures in the world - 85 million in total. However, over the past few years 99% have disappeared - mostly due to the use more »
       
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