Reel Earth: Environmental Film Fest of CUSAT 2011

Department of Youth Welfare,Cochin University of Science and Technology CUSAT is planning to organize a programme ‘Reel Earth: Environmental Film Fest of CUSAT 2011(Reel Earth: EFFC-2011)’ .A festival of environment related documentary films in various Departments of the campus from 08th to 17th August 2011.



Reel Earth: EFFC 2011 aims to increase awareness of key environmental issues by promoting and screening short and medium-length films and videos,
in documentary format,focusing on environmental issues,
produced in any part of the world.

Mr. Sibi Malayil, noted film Director has agreed to inaugurate the function at 2 PM sharp on 8th August 2011 at School of Marine Science Auditorium. Hon. Vice Chancellor Dr. Ramachandran Thekkedath Pro-Vice Chancellor, Dr. Godfrey Louis; Registrar, Dr. N. Chandramohanakumar, will attend the function.

We kindly invite your support and presence to the function.

Event schedule for Reel earth 2011

School of Marine Science AuditoriumSchool of Marine Science Auditorium

2.00 P.M : Inauguration
Sri. Sibi Malayil
Dr. Ramachandran Thekkedath
Dr. Godfrey Louis
Dr. N. Chandramohhanakumar

03.00 PM
Documentary: HOME/2009/English/Colour/95 min.
Dir: Yann Arthus-Bertrand

Home is a documentary about Earth, humanity, nature, where we’re going and what
we’ve been. With aerial footage from 54 countries, Home is a depiction of how the
Earth’s problems are all interlinked.

Wednesday 10.08.2011
Department of Electronics AuditoriumDepartment of Electronics Auditorium 04.30 P.M

EARTH /2007/English/colour/90 min.

Dir: Alastair Fothergill, Mark Linfield

This is the first production ever to shoot aerials of the Mount Everest. Feature-length
version of the documentary TV series Planet Earth, following the migration paths of four
animal families.

11.08.2011; Thursday11.08.2011; Thursday
ISP Auditorium 04.30 P.M

GREAT WILDLIFE MOMENTS /2003/English/col./90 min.

Introduced and presented by David Attenborough, Great Wildlife Moments is a
feature-length anthology that compiles some of the most memorable moments from
the BBC Wildlife Unit. It consists of 38 sequences drawn from the greatest archive of
natural-history filmmaking in the world, breathtaking television spanning the entire
biosphere from never-before-seen creatures in the ocean depths to Attenborough
himself in zero gravity high above the Earth. The anthology is divided into seven
chapters covering different environments from “Snow and Ice” to “Jungles”, an
approach that both gives structure to the film and offers an effective vision of the sheer
diversity of life on planet Earth.

16.08.2011; Tuesday16.08.2011; Tuesday
SMS Auditorium 04.30 P.M

ANIMALS ARE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE /1974/English/col./92 min.
Dir: Jamie Uys

Animals Are Beautiful People (aka Beautiful People) is a 1974 nature documentary
about the wildlife in Southern Africa. It was filmed in the Namib Desert, the Kalahari
Desert and the Okavango River and Okavango Delta.

17.08.2011; Wednesday17.08.2011; Wednesday
School of Legal Studies Auditorium 4.30 P.M

OCEANS /2009/English/colour./84 min.

Dir. Jacques Perrin, Jacques Cluzaud
An ecological drama/documentary, filmed throughout the globe. Part thriller, part
meditation on the vanishing wonders of the sub-aquatic world.

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Unofficial Logo by : Sahil K.A





Written by Sahil K . A

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