TERITERI, with the support of Films Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India, invites independent documentary filmmakers from India to tell stories of change on environment and sustainability.

The reality of climate change is the story of our time. Most of us living in cities are dealing with the impacts of climate change in our everyday lives. While our cities are increasingly being jolted by climate disasters, they are also one of the biggest contributors to the problem. In feeding the never-ending aspirations of their people, cities are guzzling energy and resources like never before.

But there are solutions that can help cities build a new future.

TERI, with support from the Films Division, Mumbai is searching for the most talented filmmakers who can tell stories of change- unknown and unsung- that the world needs to know. The stories must highlight efforts of individuals, communities or governments, who have demonstrated alternate ways of living, that have reduced our environmental footprint and shown us a path for building a new future.

Deadline for applications: The last day for receiving the applications is by 5:00 pm, 5 September 2016.

For more info Log on to http://www.teriin.org/film-television-unit/call-for-films.php