Capital to host short films fest on environmentMay 31st, 2011 - 3:32 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, May 31 (IANS) A short films festival called WED’11 will showcase solution-oriented movies to celebrate the World Environment Day. Mike Pandey’s “Shores of Silence: Whale Sharks in India” will open the one evening-long festival Sunday.
The festival is being organised by Filmbooth - a registered society of short filmmakers and enthusiasts.
Apart from Pandey’s award-winning film, “The Wild Meat Trail”, “Do You?”, “This Mug for Hire”, “The Miracle Water Village” and “Mountain” - all exploring varied environmental issues - will be screened at the India Habitat Centre.
WED’11 will also have some celebrity speakers, associated with the environment space in various capacities, talk about environmental issues.
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