Disappearing Spots

Film Title : Disappearing Spots

Duration : 00:24:32
Filmmaker : Hetal “Teeku” Patel
Theme : Wildlife
Synopsis :
Cheetahs, the world’s fastest land mammals, are Africa’s most endangered big cat. In 1975 14,000 cheetahs roamed Africa. Today there are only 7,100 left. What can people do to save them from racing towards extinction?

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Duration : 00:51:29
Filmmaker : Oliver Goetzl
Theme : Wildlife, Ecosystem
Synopsis :
Volcanoes are temperamental, dangerous and deadly. Not the ideal place for wildlife. But Mt. Suswa in Kenya is a volcano like no other: it hosts a multitude of life both above and below its
surface. Underground tunnels were formed thousands of years ago by rivers of lava whose outer layers cooled and solidified while the core continued to flow. Once the fluid lava evacuated itself completely, massive subterranean tubes were left behind.
One of these caverns is the Baboon Parliament as the local Masai named it. Remarkably, Suswa is the only known place in the world where olive baboons roost in caves. It is an almost unique behaviour among primates that gives us a glimpse over the reasons that drove hominids to find shelter into caves in pre-historic times.
Surprisingly so far no film has ever been made exclusively about this natural history wonder.
Mt. Suswa’s rugged flanks conceal an untouched treasure trove of biodiversity hidden inside its craters and in the deep and mysterious scars left behind by its turbulent past. But the mountain’s true colours are locked up within an aura of mystique: Mt. Suswa is a fortress protected by its own inaccessibility. Its bastions are steep, barren and sharp, discouraging any unwanted visitors.
(Featured mammal species: olive baboon, rock hyrax, bat-eared fox, african wild dog, spotted hyena, kirk’s dik-dik, klipspringer, large-eared free-tailed bat, African elephants.

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Sustainable Weddings

Film Title : Sustainable Weddings

Duration : 00:01:43
Filmmaker : Grace Tan
Theme : Sustainability
Synopsis :
Weddings are big affairs that begin with various events, engagements, ceremonies, reception, bridal showers and many more. The waste just piles up. Couples look forward to all things that are new, shiny and wonderful. But this video looks into creating awareness among wedding couples on the plights of how their wedding affects the planet and the baby steps they can take to go green. The message in this video seeks to ask for couples’ hands in not marriage but commitment to tie the knot in eliminating wedding waste. 15 celebrities such as Davina Goh, Bernie Chan, Shahrizan Borhan, Terrence Dass, to name a few, believed in this vision and came together to play their part by participating in this project.

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Ecology lesson

Film Title : Ecology lesson

Duration : 00:19:31
Filmmaker : Yana Shmaylova
Theme : Enviroment Education, Sustainability
Synopsis :
This is the story of a biology teacher who teaches his students to protect nature. He starts with a separate garbage collection and then opposes the construction of a mall in the park and tries to save it.
The script of the film was written based on a real story in Yekaterinburg. Citizens protest against the construction of the temple on the site of the park.

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What happens to rain in the future

Film Title : What happens to rain in the future

Duration : 00:02:18
Filmmaker : Toby Mory
Theme : Climate Change, Sustainable City, Town Planning
Synopsis :
Heat, heavy rain, drought – the summer in Berlin always brings weather extremes. Climate change does the rest. The film presents possible solutions offered by a decentralized rainwater management that can mitigate such events. And best of all: all Berliners can participate.

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Film Title : VAKA

Duration : 00:22:39
Filmmaker : Jessica George
Theme : Community, Energy, Climate Change
Synopsis :
VAKA is a short documentary about the energy and resilience of the Tokelauan people as they weave their customary-wisdom regarding the environment with modern eco-technologies to respond to climate change. Tokelau was the first nation to aim for 100% of its electricity to be generated from solar as a result of the New Zealand funded Tokelau Renewable Energy Project in 2012. Their coral island atolls contribute a minimal amount of global greenhouse gas emissions, yet they are the first to be impacted by climate change. Tokelau’s resilience in their daily response to the climate crisis exemplifies how they are leading by example.

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