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The New Environmentalists Nominated for CMS VATAVARAN Film Fest Award

December 5, 2013

“The New Environmentalists, from Chicago to the Karoo,” a short documentary film from Mill Valley Film Group featuring the 2013 Goldman Prize recipients, has been nominated for a CMS VATAVARAN Film Festival Award.

The New Environmentalists is one of just 34 international films nominated for the award by a 31 member jury headed by Mr Srinivasan Iyer, Assistant Country Director and Head, Energy and Environment Unit, UNDP India.

As India’s only International Environmental and Wildlife Film Festival and Forum, CMS VATAVARAN has a strong focus on using environmental films as a tool and catalyst for creating impact and meaningful change in society. The theme for this year’s festival is “mainstreaming biodiversity conservation at different levels to promote living in harmony with nature.”

The film festival and award ceremony will take place in New Delhi, India from January 30 through February 3, 2014, where the winner of the 7th CMS VATAVARAN Film Festival Award will be announced.

Good luck Mill Valley Film Group!

“The New Environmentalists – from Chicago to The Karoo” 30 second trailer from Mill Valley Film Group on Vimeo.

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