SUBJECT :From August 4 to 11, the Fergusson College amphitheatre will host a wildlife film m festival featuring works by the country’s top nature filmmakers and interactive sessions. 

Pune, August 1, 2018: From August 4 to 11, the Fergusson College amphitheatre will host a wildlife film festival featuring works by the country’s top nature filmmakers and interactive sessions. NGOs Nature Walk and Add-Venture Foundation have organized the event in association with the state forest department and ecotourism development board.

“The film here is between two to sixty minutes long. They speak about a variety of topics, like endangered and rarely-sighted species apart from the people who are doing great work in this regard. We have tried to get as many of the filmmakers as we could so that the audience understands the context,” said Anju Khare, a trustee of Nature Walk during a news conference on Tuesday.

The festival will open with an introduction by the famous brothers Rakesh and Rajiv Bedi. Rakesh’s film on the story of the Asiatic elephants will be screened during the inaugural session. The organize have also scheduled a nature walk on Vetal hill mainly to observe the biodiversity in the area photographer Kiran Ghadge will talk about ethics involved in nature photography on August 5.


Source: The Telegraph India