Yeh Jungle Hamara

VAT2019 N 041
SynopsisThis film traces the lives of Mala and Negi and illustrates the different events that finally lead to the need for the Forest Rights Act of 2006. The film was made to add to conversations and briefly give an introduction to the importance of the Forest Rights Act to the Scheduled Tribe and Forest Dwelling communities of Himachal Pradesh. As part of the project the crew went on a month long field visit to Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, where they got the opportunity to interact with people from a lot of different backgrounds, which included the forest rights activists of Himachal Pradesh.
Sabari Venu
Original Language
Kerala, India
Director Bio
Sabari Venu is a graduate in Visual Communication and Strategic Branding, with a minor in Digital Media Arts from Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology. Humour is an integral part of most of Sabari Venu's endeavours, a prime example would be his comic page "Mean Curry", which is a multilingual play on words presented in funny scenarios. He is currently figuring out how to utilize his skills to reach a wider audience and have positive impacts on society.

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