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Eshika Fyzee reviews the Oscar-nominated documentary Virunga.

Jurassic World

Shubhobroto Ghosh reviews Jurassic World produced by Universal Pictures.

Broken Landscape : Confronting India’s Water-Energy Choke Point

Cara Tejpal reviews the documentary Broken Landscape, directed by Michael T. Miller.

Sirocco – How A Dud Became A Stud

Produced and Directed by Ashwika Kapur

Assistant Editor Purva Variyar reviews Ashwika Kapur’s Green Oscar winning film Sirocco – how a dud became a stud.

The Ladakh International Film Festival

April 2012: Are you a keen videographer or documentary filmmaker with a passion for wildlife? If your answer to the question is yes then the Ladakh International Film Festival (LIFF) is the ideal forum for you.

The Truth About Tigers

April 2010: Shekar Dattatri is a wildlife and conservation filmmaker. He has done what he can do to save tigers by producing one of the simplest, most direct and effective films on saving tigers in India. It is 40 minutes long, explains in an effective way, using some of the best tiger footage available in the world, what tigers need and what they do NOT need from humans.

We No Longer Live On The Kind, Comfortable, Stable Planet We Evolved On

For the last ten thousand years that constitute human civilization, we've existed in the sweetest of sweet spots.

Forbidding Planet

Bill McKibben offers another compelling plot for this horror movie in his new book, Eaarth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet.

The Day The Earth Got Stood Up

Last December, the Copenhagen Climate Summit gave the heads of state supposedly negotiating a future climate-change treaty a clear-cut choice between short-term profits for the few and the long-term survival of practically everyone and everything. As I'm sure you'll recall, they chose the former.

The Age of Stupid

Funded by concerned citizens and activists, ‘The Age of Stupid’ is a new, critically-acclaimed film by director Franny Armstrong.

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