Sabyasachi Patra

A Call in the Rainforest – DVD

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This film is completely shot with a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV and documents the plight of the endangered Lion-tail Macaque in the Western Ghats, India. The duration of the film is 18 and half minutes.

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The film “A Call in the Rainforest” got 2nd Prize in the “Aapala Paryavaran” Film Festival organised by Maharashtra Environment Department, Govt. of Maharashtra and Maharashtra Pollution Control Board. The award was given by The Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Prithiviraj Chavan on 5th June, 2012.


The documentary has been screened in the following film festivals –

Haida Gawii Film Festival, Canada on Feb 26th 2012 –

The complete schedule is here:

Kirloskar Vasundhara Film Festival, Pune on Feb 25th 2012 –

The complete schedule is here:Kirloskar Vasundhara International Film Festival (KVIFF)

You can find it on Page 41 and page 44.

It was also screened atWild India Film Festival, Pune on 13th Jan 2012.

It has received the Vasundhara Award and 2nd Prize from Maharashtra Government on June 5th 2012.
A Call in the Rainforest has also been nominated for the Special Awards in Wildlife Vaasa Festival, 2012 in Finland. For details check here:

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Sabyasachi Patra

Sabyasachi is an award winning Cinematographer and shoots for international broadcasters, feature films and corporates to make a living. He is a passionate wildlife filmmaker and photographer and has won awards and accolades for his documentary 'A Call in the Rainforest'. He has been striving to make his films and photographs full of life and emotion and write articles to educate and evangelise the need for conserving the last tracts of vanishing wilderness and wildlife in our country. He hopes that his wildlife films, photographs and writings force people to pause, look, ponder and ultimately take action.
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