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CMS Vatavaran 2010: Environment And Wildlife Film Festival

CMS Vatavaran 2010: Environment And Wildlife Film Festival is an event that took place between 11-Aug-2010 and 13-Aug-2010 in Hyderabad.
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CMS, in association with the Ministry of Environment & Forests Government of India and The Norwegian Embassy, is organising CMS Vatavaran 2010, a travelling film festival, from 11th to 13th August, at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan auditorium.

The theme of the 4th CMS Vatavaran Environment And Wildlife Travelling Film Festival & Environment Forum is "Climate Change And Sustainable Technologies", and the festival is being organised in 8 cities - Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar, Hyderabad, Patna, Port Blair, Shillong, Shimla and Trivandrum.

The schedule of the film festival is as below:

11th August

10:30am to 12:30pm

Inaugural Ceremony by chief guest N Kiran Kumar Reddy, Hon'ble Speaker, AP Legislative Assembly
Inaugural Film "Payenge Aisa Ek Jahaan" (A Music Video on Climate Change), by Mohd. Akbar and Mohd. Azam Quadri - Duration 5:21 minutes
Screening Of "The Truth About Tigers", by Shekar Dattatri - Duration 40:00 minutes

12:30pm to 1:30pm - Film screenings for children

"Lednice" ("The Fridge"), by Lucie Stamfestova - Duration 7:00 minutes
"Leopards In The Lurch", by Gurmeet Sapal - Duration 13:00 minutes
"Galli Jugaad", by Rahul Mehawala - Duration 22:40 minutes

2:00pm to 5:30pm - Film Screenings (Open to all)

"Don't Rubbish It", by Chandrasekhar Reddy - Duration 14:31
"Rolling Dunes Of Thar" (Wild Adventures - Ballooning with Bedi Brothers), by Naresh Bedi - Duration 25:23 minutes
"At Melting Point", by Bahar Dutt - Duration 20:30 minutes
"SOS (Save Our Sholas)", by Shekar Dattatri - Duration 24:00 minutes
"The Wild Meat Trail", by Rita Banerji and Shilpi Sharma - Duration 28:36 minutes
Green Films by AP Filmmakers - Duration 60:00 minutes

5:30pm to 7:30pm - Panorama of feature films

"Zor Lagaa Ke......Haiya", by Girish Girija Joshi - Duration 1 hour 56:56 minutes

12th August

10:00am to 1:30pm - Film screenings for children

"Why Don't We Ride Zebras?", by Hannah Smith Walker - Duration 11:09 minutes
"Liliputi Mimikri", by David Attila Molnar - Duration 26:50 minutes
"Pambattam (Combat Dance)", by P R Sreekumar - Duration 5:00 minutes
"Trunk Call", by Geeta Singh - Duration 30:00 minutes
"A Fable From The Himalayas", by Nitin Das - Duration 8:00 minutes
"The Asiatic Lion - On A Roll Call", by Praveen Singh - Duration 25:30 minutes
"Until Kids", by Vimlendu Jha - Duration 6:10 minutes
"Water Conservation", by Aviraj - Duration 21:25 minutes
"Amongst Tigers And Elephant", by Naresh Bedi - Duration 25:05 minutes

2:00pm to 5:30pm - Film screenings (open to all)

"Bal Pandi - A Life For Birds", by Suresh Elamon - Duration 35:44 minutes
"Brown Power", by Nutan Manmohan - Duration 7:15 minutes
"In Their Elements", by Inder Kathuria - Duration 17:26 minutes
"Chilika Banks", by Akanksha Joshi - Duration 58:28 minutes
Green Films by AP Filmmakers, Duration 60:00 minutes

5:30pm to 7:30pm - Panorama of feature films

"Disneynature": Earth, by Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield - 1:30 hours
Workshop on Confronting Climate Change: Towards Carbon Neutral Indian Cities
Focus: Climate Change and Managing Water in the City of Hyderabad

2:30pm to 5:30pm

Green Film Screenings, at University of Hyderabad

13th August 2010

10:00am to 1:30am - Film screenings for children

"Lost Home", by Makrand Joshi - Duration 6:31 minutes
"The 'Khur' Of The Salt Flats", by Naresh Bedi - Duration 25:00 minutes
"A Garden Dream", by Aarthi, Nilesh Mhaisne and Tushar Suley - Duration 3:33 minutes
"The Silk Route", by Gurmeet Sapal - Duration 30:00 minutes
"My Purple Sunbird", by Sunil Raj - Duration 6:05 minutes
"Payenge Aisa Ek Jahaan" (A Music Video on Climate Change), by Mohd. Akbar and Mohd. Azam Quadri - Duration 5:21 minutes
"Garbage Island - A Lost People", by Amar Sharma - Duration 9:20 minutes
"Fuel Duel", by Arush, Bhuvan, Arun and Jagdish - Duration 2:55 minutes
"The Farmer And His Goat", by B Raja Sekhar - Duration 5:03 minutes
"Happy Planet", by Dhimant Vyas - Duration 3:19 minutes
Green Films by AP Filmmakers - 60:00 minutes

CMS Vatavaran is a festival of environment and wildlife issues in the country. The festival is organised by the CMS Environment team. The festival has 2 different versions - Competitive and Travelling. The Competitive version festival is held every 2 years, in New Delhi. In the competitive festival, more than a 100 green films are screened over a period of 5 days. The Travelling festival has been held every year since the year 2002.

Entry to the film festival is free. Please contact Divya Sharma at 95822-54618 for further details.
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