17 Awards in Indian and 14 Awards in International Category conferred to filmmakers !

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New Delhi, Nov 4, 2017: The 9th CMS VATAVARAN felicitated more than 30 awards to filmmakers who were competing in various categories at Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Opp. Rajghat, New Delhi. The Awards were selected from 113 nominated films by an eminent Jury chaired by Mr Govind Nihalani, in 13 categories for Indian films and 5 categories for International films.

In a gala awards ceremony, Dr N Bhaskara Rao, Chairman CMS and other eminent guests felicitated journalists, conservationists and film makers. The complete list of films and film makers awarded are enclosed.

The 9th CMS VATAVARAN International Film festival and Forum on environment and wildlife is being organized from Nov 2 to 6, 2017 at GSDS, Rajghat, New Delhi. Initiated in 2002, with support of Ministry of environment, forest and climate change (MOEFCC), CMS VATAVARAN has today become an important international platform to share conservation concerns using engaging activities like workshops, seminars, exhibitions, green haat, organic bazaars, cultural performances and film screenings followed by discussions with film maker and experts of all nominated films entered in this prestigious film festival.

About CMS VATAVARAN: CMS VATAVARAN is India’s premier environment and wildlife film festival and forum – it is aimed towards enhancing understanding, appreciation and shift in attitudes towards the natural world and to increase space for environmental issues in mass media and evolve a nationwide environment outreach framework. The festival taps into an important motivating factor for audiences everywhere: the emotional draw of connecting with a compelling story or character. The festival reaches out to people from all walks of life including filmmakers, civil society groups, government organizations, environmentalists, researchers, conservationists, policy makers, activists, public and private sector organizations and students of all ages and is recognized as a calendar event amongst filmmakers, environment, wildlife and conservation sector. Its unique twin track approach of organizing competitive and traveling film festivals and environment forum has positioned it as one of the most prestigious film festivals across the globe. Since its inception in 2002, eight competitive and 52 travelling festivals in 41 cities of 25 Indian states have been organized. www.cmsvatavaran.org

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NATIONAL

  • Climate Change: Upto 30 minutes

Global Warning – Kashmir Chapter by Jalal Ud Din Baba

  • Climate Change: More than 30 minutes

Living…the Natural Way by Sanjib Parasar

  • Animation

Fishi-RU (The Spirit of Fish) by Anjali Nayar

  • Student-School

The Water Struggle by Samarth Singh, The Shri Ram School

  • Conservation 4 Water, Upto 30 minutes

Saving the Saviour by Jalal Ud Din Baba

  • Conservation 4 Water, More than 30 minutes

The Last Drop – India’s Water Crisis by Abhishek Vijay Mahkija

For national Geographic

  • Environment Conservation, Up to 30 minutes

Swayer Corporations by Rathindran R Prasad

  • Environment Conservation, Up to 30 minutes

Malettam (Conquering Heights) by Thomas Devasya

  • Wildlife Conservation, Up to 30 minutes

The Race to Save The Amur Falcon by Shekar Dattatri

  • Wildlife Conservation, More than 30 minutes

Manas- Return of the Giants by Praveen Singh

  • Amateur

The Dabba Dol Gang by Anil Cherukupalli

  • Student: Colleges

Point and Shoot by Harsimran Kaur Anand, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology

  • Livelihood

India Unseen-Alternative Paths (Mixed Farming) by Video Volunteers India

  • Sustainable Technologies

India Unseen-Alternative Paths (Solar Power in Farming) by Video Volunteers India

  • SPECIAL JURY MENTION

Conservation 4 Water, More than 30 minutes

Nagar Aur Pani by Iqbal Hussain and Aajad Singh Khichi Conservation 4 Water, Up to 30 minutes

Revival of Ahar Pyne Systems (in Palamu district of Jharkhand) by Soumitra Dey

  • Best of festival National

Saving the Saviour by Jalal Ud Din Baba

 

INTERNATIONAL

  • Climate Change: Adaptation & Mitigation, Up to 30 Min

Kokota-The Islet of Hope by Craig Norris

  • Climate Change: Adaptation & Mitigation, More than 30 min

Planet Sand- China, At War Against Deserts by Thierry Berrod

  • Climate Change: Adaptation & Mitigation, More than 30 min

(SPECIAL JURY MENTION)

Mother’s Cry by Lisa Russell

  • Series

The Canary Islands – Part 1+2 byMichael Schlamberger

  • Animation

The Real Cost of Coal by Vibor Juhas

  • Conservation 4 Water, Up to 30 Mins

Guardians by Ernesto Arteaga Cote

  • Conservation 4 Water, More than 30 Mins

RiverBlue by David Mcllvride and Roger Williams

  • Student: Colleges

Sharing The Secrets by Drew Perlmutter

  • Environment Conservation, Upto 30 mins

Fighting Air Pollution by Huang Hong-ru

  • Environment Conservation, More than 30 Mins

Hija de la Laguna (Daughter of the Lake) by Ernesto Cabellos

  • Wildlife Conservation, Up to 30 Mins

Pangolins in Peril-A story of rare scales by Muhammad Ali Ijaz

  • Wildlife Conservation, More than 30 Mins

Making an Ancient Forest by Rita Schlamberger

  • Livelihood

SEED: The Untold Story by Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz

  • BEST OF THE FESTIVAL

SEED: The Untold Story by Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz

 

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