Oscar-nominated ‘Moti Bagh’ wins big at ALT-EFF

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Mumbai:

The All Living Things Environmental Film Festival is India’s first and solely surroundings cinema-based pageant.




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Speaking on the event, Oscar nominee Nirmal Chander congratulated the workforce of ALT EFF for making a platform that permits environmentalists and moviemakers to work collectively to kind a unified voice for the surroundings.



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Talking about his film, Nirmal stated, “In a world the place there isn’t any dearth of content material anymore, it’s generally tough to get folks to note your work. The battle is all of the tougher if one will not be catering to popular culture. ‘Moti Bagh’ was not a straightforward course of. It is an trustworthy depiction of the plight of the villages in Uttarakhand.”

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He is comfortable the jury at ALT-EFF believed in his work and the world will now know about it due to his Oscar nomination. It simply makes issues rather a lot simpler, says the elated Oscar nominee.”



The pageant has roped in a terrific jury this yr together with internationally acclaimed photographer and filmmaker Micheal Snyder, six-time National Award-winning filmmaker Anand Patwardhan and Amin Hajee.

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This yr the pageant had 44 movies from 31 nations being screened – all themed round matters of surroundings, conservation, local weather change, and different associated issues.



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