TVE ‘Global Sustainability’ Awards for two films focusing on Northeast India in London

London. Two films based on Northeast India have won awards at the TVE Global Sustainability Film Awards (GSFA) ceremony for 2022 here. Of these two films from Northeast India, one focuses on the conservation of rhinos while the other focuses on water scarcity in Cherrapunji, one of the rainiest places in the world.

The TVE GSFA Awards recognizes outstanding films from the business, non-profit, media and creative sectors that inspire audiences with real solutions for a more sustainable future. Vice Media’s film Bad Blood from Assam has won the award in the Greener Living Short Film Award category while Green Hub’s Water for Life has won the special TVE Trustee’s Choice Award.

The first film depicts the remorse of a rhino poacher. Other award winning films include Road to Fulfillment (UAE) in the Transformative Societies category, Eating Our Way to Extinction (UK) in the Documentary Impact category, Chasing Paradigms (Henry Smith, Australia) in the Young Filmmaker category, Sustainable Living Age of Change: Circular (UK) in the Digital Technology and Artificial Intelligence category for . The award ceremony took place at the Merchant Taylors’ Hall here on Tuesday night.

Arti Raturi

Arti Raturi is a Senior Journalist at
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