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CMS ENVIS Centre has a repository of more than 900 audio-video programmes to showcase. We welcome everyone who is interested in watching the videos by sending an email request to the Co-orodinator (cms-env@nic.in). We will arrange the screening in the AVRC room of CMS ENVIS Centre on a mutually agreed date and time.


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Slow Poison
Hindi/ 22 Min 22 Sec /2007
Producer: Rajeev Sahu
Commissioned by: NA
Summary: Slow poison talks about the negative impact of the sponge iron plant in Ramgarh, Jharkhand ever since it came up three years ago. 250 tonnes of wasteproduced by the factory on the daily basis is let out in the nearby surroundings including fields, rivers

The Bakarwal
None/ 26 Min 25 Sec /2006
Producer: Asim Waqif
Commissioned by: NA
Summary: In the areas of Garhwal and Kumaon the shepherds are called 'Bakarwal' by the locals. Every year, as spring begins, the Bakarwal start their long trek from the foothills to the high-altitude meadows. The soft grass that grows here, along with the cold cli

Faecal Attraction - Political Economy of Defecation
English/ 32 Minutes 27 Seconds /2007
Producer: Associate Director: Geetika Narang
Commissioned by: Center for Science and Environment (CSE)
Summary: Most rivers in India have turned into sewage canals. The stretches passing through cities are the worst off. What the urban middle class is most bothered about is the lost beauty of these rivers. So urban authorities evict poor people living in 'illegal'

Clean Your Act - A Guide to Treat Domestic Sewage
English/ 45 Minutes /2007
Producer: Geetika Narang
Commissioned by: Center for Science and Environment (CSE)
Summary: This training film is about treating domestic wastewater in a decentralised way. The film discusses in detail various techniques and science behind wastewater treatment with the help of comic character to keep the viewer interested. The film carries diffe

The Raincatchers - A Practical Guide to Solve your Water Problems
English/ 38 Minutes /2005
Producer: Pradip Saha
Commissioned by: Center for Science and Environment (CSE)
Summary: Catch rain where it falls. This is the unambiguous message that The Rain Catchers, a training and information video on urban rainwater harvesting carries. And for a world where water - or the lack of it - might drive the next major conflict, this messag

Coloured Waters
Indian (Regional)/ 30 Minutes /2006
Producer: Abhinav Gupta
Commissioned by: NA
Summary: "Coloured Waters". The first film of this director, who admits, was made out of sheer desperation, when he knew nothing about film making. The film is all about the other side of the coin, the side which is ever hidden. It speaks loudly of the havoc th

Shikar Utsav
Bengali/ 30 Minutes /2006
Producer: Indranil Banerjee
Commissioned by: NA
Summary: Shikar Utsav is Hunting Festival, which is held in every Buddha Full moon night at Purulia, Ayodhya Hill, West Bengal, India. Tribals from every part of West Bengal, gather to celebrate this festival. They enjoy this festival with outburst of their natura

Bhanga Gara
Bengali/ 27 Minutes /2006
Producer: Nilanjan Datta
Commissioned by: Splash Films
Summary: The district of Maldah has river Ganga on its eastern side and Bangladesh border on its southern most part. Eastern Maldah today is facing a big danger of being wiped out from the map of West Bengal, as the River Ganga is eroding away a huge part of the m

Street Diaries (Not Relevant Film)
Telugu/ 18 Minutes 40 Second /2007
Producer: Shekar Cheemalapati
Commissioned by: NA
Summary: The documentary movie Street diaries of duration 18 minutes and 40 seconds is made in a combination of English and Telugu languages .It is basically an awareness video on the issue of street children. It throws light on the various causes and reasons fo

Gaubolombe - Our Island
English, Hindi/ 29 Minutes /2007
Producer: Kaushik. G. Ray
Commissioned by: NA
Summary: Nao and his niece Buro belong to one of the last surviving group of hunter gatherer societies today. they live in Port Blair the Andaman islands where they both work in mainstream society. Against their narrative interspersed with comments from the renown
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