Four people from different parts of India find themsleves on the frontline of the Earth's biggest, most complex crisis—climate change
>>Earthwitness, directed by Akanksha Joshi, Produced by PSBT
Four people from four different parts of India find themselves on the frontline of the Earth's biggest, most complex crisis—climate change. Shikari Baiga is a Baiga adivasi who lives and works in Chhattisgarh. Doongra Rabaari is a semi-nomad who comes to herd his sheep in Gujarat. Seno Tsushah, a Chakesang Naga from Nagaland. Sukdev a farmer in the Sunderbans. Catch a preview of Earth Witness, Reflections on the Times and the Timeless. The documentary by Akanksha Joshi won the Best Film (Climate Change & Sustainable Technologies) Award and the Best Cinematography Award at the 6th CMS Vatavaran, screened at Mumbai International Film Festival 2012, and was nominated for the Wildscreen Awards. It has also won special jury mention at the International documentary and short film festival held in Kerala and the seventh European Environment Film Festival in Bulgaria.
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