This film festival has been made possible purely through voluntary efforts of the team of dedicated volunteers, judges and the Grand Jury. Hence, we need the support of all viewers to continue with our mission of educating millions more about the UN SDGs and inspiring action for the Global Goals.
Please support us with any amount if these films make you pause for a moment and help you realise the importance of our actions in today’s interconnected world to ensure a safe, secure and sustainable future for all.
THE PLASTIC CATASTROPHE!
A wish that one day we will no longer pollute our planet with plastic.
Under the absent look of passers-by a Philadelphia homeless man tries to show the world the only thing that belongs to him.
Sotto gli sguardi assenti dei passanti un senzatetto di Philadelphia cerca di mostrare al mondo l’unica cosa che gli appartiene.
‘Save water’ is the backbone of this film which harps on the rural-urban divide in India. One day the villagers discover a shower cubicle on a deserted barren land of Rajasthan. Immediately the word spreads in the entire village and the villagers gather in-front of the cubicle to drink and store water. The mere joy among the villagers were well portrayed throughout the film and the voice over backs it up by saying “While the entire village fulfilled their thirst, an urban man’s shower is still not over” – making us question the amount of water we waste on a daily basis while we go in for a quick shower.
Importance of education is conveyed through a Child Labor’s Point of View.
This is a PSA about human immunodeficiency virus: what H.I.V. is and what treatments we have for it.