Bastion of the Giants

«Bastion of the Giants», Sumesh Lekhi, Индия, 2015, док., 60 мин.

‘Bastion of the Giants’, in these challenging times of climate change and species extinction, is a conservation story of the Asian Elephant and India’s north-eastern forests, and how a nation steeped in spirituality that is born out of nature will have to rise up to the task of protecting India’s wild heritage. Amidst man-animal conflict, empathizing with local people and educating  and offering them livelihood opportunities from the conservation process itself and showing them that forests are their investments for the future, will go a long way in conservation. “Bastion of the Giants” presents a unique experience of a picturesque  wetland canvas and the spectacular wildlife in it and how protection of flagship and keystone wildlife species, by forest departments and governments with support of local people and researchers, leads to the conservation of a diaspora of fauna and flora, ultimately leading to the preservation of human life itself

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-Winner-Best Feature Film at Wildlife Conservation Film Festival 2015, New York

-Winner of the Isla Earth Conservancy Award of Merit at the Catalina Film Festival, Catalina Islands, Los Angeles, 2105

-Official Selection-Festival de Menigoute, France, 2015

-Finalist -WWF- Malasia Wildlife Award, Kuala Lumpur Eco festival 2015

-Official Selection-Matsalu Nature Film Festival, 2015, Estonia Europe set near Europe’s iconic Matsalu National Park

-Official Selection-Awareness Film Festival, Los Angeles, 2015

-Official Selection-Bushwick Film Festival, 2015

-Official Selection and Encore Screening, Columbia George International Film Festival, 2015

-Official Selection, Muskoka Film Festiva, Ontario, Canada, 2015

-Official Selection, Lake Erie Arts and Film Festival, 2015

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