Doesn’t it feel amazing to see environmental issues and love for nature being taken seriously all around the globe? One such effort has been garnering all the attention from eco warriors and critics alike, and the creation comes from the technology hub of Trivandrum in southern India. The Trivandrum Technopark-based Vyga Animations is currently under the green limelight for their creation of an animation film christened Shelter.
Shelter, conceived, scripted and directed by Vyga Animations’ founder-director Raghu Gopalan, has bagged the award for the best animation film at the 6th CMS Vatavaran Environment and Wildlife Film Festival and Forum, held in the Indian capital ofNew Delhithis month.
Apart from the best animation film award, the film also was picked for Technical Excellence in Editing. The four-minute film convincingly narrates the need for environment conservation, and “effectively captures the message that mankind’s endless quest for materialistic desires can actually destroy the very basis that provides shelter, in the first place”.
The film has already been screened at various national and international events including the LA Film Festival, and has garnered much applause for conveying the possible fall outs of man’s quest to dangerously play with nature.
The film had creative support by Anoop Sreeli and Dilip in its making, while Viswajith did the background score.
In case you missed out on the screenings, here’s a teaser that would tell you the tale in a nutshell. Tell us what you feel.
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