Deadline- June 15th 2012
Countries/Region- All countries
This festival has established its relevance over the last six years and consistently been receiving entries for the festival from countries across the world underlining the global concern for water. The festival is growing in stature year after year with more and more institutions coming forward to collaborate with us and take the festival across India and abroad through the year giving the film makers a chance to exhibit their works to a broader and diverse audience thereby enhancing awareness on water and environmental issues.
2012 does not present a rosy picture at the water front in India as we witness an increasing water scarcity. Climate change is being experienced in different ways: excessive rains to no rains in different parts of India wreaking havoc on normal agricultural activities, causing flood and droughts, cold and heat wave throwing normal life out of gear. This may as well be the case across the developing world. What is hopeful though is the increasing ‘green consciousness’ across the country to reconstruct a sustainable environment by rethinking development.
- Two DVDs of the film (with English subtitles, if required)
- A completed and signed copy of the entry form
- Three high-resolution stills of the film (can be sent via email)
- A high-resolution photograph of the director (can be sent via email)
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