Color of Water

VAT2019 I 113
SynopsisThe film tries to address the urgent questions raised by pollution. The film revolves around the innocent view of a child who comes to face the changing effect of the pollution on his day-to-day life, and on his school study.
Sabin Maharjan
Original Language
Kathmandu, Nepal
Director Bio
Sabin lives in Nepal a place he feels deeply appreciative about, with its remarkable range of ecosystems and a wealth of natural resources. His interests range from showcasing environmental diversity to the multiplicity of ethnic cultures, each with its distinguishing beliefs and ways. His short film Living Rich was one among the top seven film of the KIMFF film festival 2013. Also, his short film Color of Water has won best short film award on Aqua Film Festival 2017, held in Italy.

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