A three-day Woodpecker Environment and Wildlife Film Festival will begin at historic Gaiety Theatre in Shimla from tomorrow (7th July). The festival is being organized by WWF-India in collaboration with CMSR foundation, Delhi with the support of the Himachal Pradesh’s Department of Language, Art and culture and Department of Forest. The focus of the festival will be the critical environment and wildlife conservation issues like climate change, forest conservation, biodiversity and man-animal conflict and success stories will also be showcased in it.
As many as 45 films, including several national award-winning movies and five films from Himachal Pradesh, will be screened at the festival, which is aimed at highlighting the environmental concerns. The prominent movies to be screened at the festival includes a national award-winning film on man-animal conflict – God on the edge, India’s wandering lions, the forgotten tigers, Kutch- Fragile frontier, Changing climate, moving people, Baranaja: twelve seeds of sustainability, shrinking shores and The Ritual.
So let’s discuss some questions related to this post :
1. Name the place where a 3 day Woodpecker Environment and Wildlife Film Festival will begin?
2. The Film festival on wildlife is being organized by whom?
Courtesy: Business Standard