Films Division Presents Oasis Of Hope- An Online Festival To Mark World Environment Day

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This year, the World Environment Day on June 5 will be observed with the theme of ecosystem restoration, which aims to prevent, halt and reverse the degradation of ecosystems on every continent and in every ocean.

The three keywords for the celebration this year are- reimagine, recreate, and restore.

Contributing with the same spirit, Films Division is presenting  Oasis of Hope- an online festival of films on the environment on Jue 5 and June 6 to mark the important occasion.

The 2-day festival will consist of films that give a strong message of reviving the environment and reimagining nature’s co-existence by suggesting various ways to restore the inseparable relationship of human being and nature.

The streaming will be done on the Films Division website and on the YouTube channel.

The films in the special ‘green package’ are – The Jungle Man Loiya(21 Mins / Farha Khatun), a film that highlights the story of LoiyaNgamba, a nature lover from a small hilly area in Manipur.

For six years, Loiya stayed alone on the hill, building a dense forest, almost from scratch and created a green space for the local communities.

It’s a story of reorienting man’s relationship with nature and building a culture of peaceful coexistence, Living the Natural Way (76min. /  Sanjib Parasar), a  story about Mishing tribes living on a small Brahmaputra island and how changing climate and environment has shattered and challenged their traditional way of living, Saalumarada Thimakka – The Green Crusader (43 Mins /  P Rajendran) which features a self-taught environmentalist of Karnataka, having no formal education.

Saalumarada Thimakka is considered a role model for environmentalists all over the world who have planted hundreds of roadside trees, Climate Change (14 Mins / P. Ellappan), film on the perils of global warming and climate change.

My Son Neo (15 Mins / Eng /  S. Shanmuganathan), a film that poignantly portrays how a five-year-old boy grows up amidst a natural environment, loving all living beings and setting an example for others and the Plastic World (7 Mins / Music /  Paushali Ganguli), an animation films that portrays the vast and arid dystopian landscape of the future, covered in plastic waste and also alerts against the hazardous effects of plastic on human life and environment.

The festival will be screened on“Documentary of the Week” and throughout the day on June 5 and June 6.

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