The third edition of the All Living Things Environmental Film Festival (ALT EFF), featuring 55 films from 25 countries, came to a close with its finale screening in Gurgaon. Out of the 55 revelatory films, Shaunak Sen’s All That Breathes
was chosen as the festival’s best film by the jury. The film has been conferred with L’Oeil d’or at Cannes Film Festival and World Cinema Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival, too.
Wildlife rehabilitator Nadeem Shehzad, producer Aman Mann and avian enthusiast Salik at ALT EFF
The film, about avian enthusiasts and wildlife rehabilitators Nadeem Shehzad, Mohammad Saud and Salik, is a reminder to protect our feathered friends who are valuable in maintaining the local biodiversity and ecosystem. Aman Mann, the producer of the documentary, said, “Shaunak became interested in ‘more-than-human’ interactions and urban adaptations…
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