What will the future of our planet look like? Will the valleys be green? Where will the waste go? What will it mean for our children?
Climate change as many say is already a part of our reality. It will assert an even greater presence in our children’s lives. The Flight is an animated short film that looks at the possibility of two very different worlds. They are both defined by the choices we make- for us, and for our children.
Saransh Sugandh is a researcher and a journalist-turned-filmmaker who currently works with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in New Delhi. Some of his films and television productions deal with issues of biodiversity, energy, and the impacts of economic and technological change. He was a GIZ-ESD (Education for Sustainable Development) Fellow for the year 2012-13 and is part of the four-country ESD-Expertnet. His short film, The Flight has won the CMS Vatavaran Best Animation (2014) and was nominated and screened at multiple film festivals. His latest film, Changing Climate, Moving People, made for UNESCO, deals with the possible impact of climate change on patterns of human migration within the Indian sub-continent.
Director: Saransh Sugandh
Duration: 5 min
Language: N/A (silent)
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