“Quotes from the Earth”, a first of its kind environmental film festival in Delhi since 2004 calls for entries of films/ documentaries/ animations on the broader theme of environment like Earth, Water, Wildlife, Climate Change, Mining, Forest, Environmental Justice etc. The fifth in the series of the environmental film festivals aims at providing a discursive platform to highlight environmental challenges faced by people at the national and international level. Films are known to be one of the most powerful medium of communication and discussion and the festival hopes will be able to highlight pressing environmental issues in the right manner.

Organized jointly by Toxics Link and India International Centre, “Quotes from the Earth” will be an exploration of films on environment and will be held at IIC, New Delhi, from 6th & 7th December, 2012 (Thursday & Friday). The Festival goes beyond viewing films. A panel discussion gathering eminent academicians, vibrant activists, media persons and filmmakers is also planned every afternoon during the course of the festival. Please note that since its inception, the ‘Quotes from the Earth’ environmental film festival has had a focus and aim of awareness creation and the festival is strictly non-commercial.

Format: The festival is proposed as an event, which goes beyond viewing films. Over a period of two days it aims to bring under one umbrella the persistent and the persuasive, with each day culminating into a panel discussion on diverse theme with panelists from education, media, film-making and policy field, the festival aims to engage the audience for not only what exists but also what steps to take for future action toward environment conservation.

Click here to download the Entry Form

For more information, please contact:

Rambha Tripathy
Head-Communications
Toxics Link
E-mail: rambha@toxicslink.org,
info@toxicslink.org

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“Quotes from the Earth”, a first of its kind environmental film festival in Delhi since 2004 calls for entries of films/ documentaries/ animations on the broader theme of environment like Earth, Water, Wildlife, Climate Change, Mining, Forest, Environmental Justice etc. The fifth in the series of the environmental film...
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-6662" title="earth calling" src="http://delhigreens.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/earth-calling.jpg" alt="" width="500" height="330" /> “Quotes from the Earth”, a first of its kind environmental film festival in Delhi since 2004 calls for entries of films/ documentaries/ animations on the broader theme of environment like Earth, Water, Wildlife, Climate Change, Mining, Forest, Environmental Justice etc. The fifth in the series of the environmental film festivals aims at providing a discursive platform to highlight environmental challenges faced by people at the national and international level. Films are known to be one of the most powerful medium of communication and discussion and the festival hopes will be able to highlight pressing environmental issues in the right manner. Organized jointly by Toxics Link and India International Centre, “Quotes from the Earth” will be an exploration of films on environment and will be held at IIC, New Delhi, from 6th & 7th December, 2012 (Thursday & Friday). The Festival goes beyond viewing films. A panel discussion gathering eminent academicians, vibrant activists, media persons and filmmakers is also planned every afternoon during the course of the festival. Please note that since its inception, the 'Quotes from the Earth' environmental film festival has had a focus and aim of awareness creation and the festival is strictly non-commercial. <strong>Format:</strong> The festival is proposed as an event, which goes beyond viewing films. Over a period of two days it aims to bring under one umbrella the persistent and the persuasive, with each day culminating into a panel discussion on diverse theme with panelists from education, media, film-making and policy field, the festival aims to engage the audience for not only what exists but also what steps to take for future action toward environment conservation. <a href="http://delhigreens.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Entry-form_2012.doc">Click here to download the Entry Form</a> For more information, please contact: Rambha Tripathy Head-Communications Toxics Link E-mail: rambha@toxicslink.org, info@toxicslink.org

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