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From the Himalaya to the Bay of Bengal
a series of short films on climate change

From the Himalaya to the Bay of Bengal (2011) is a series of short films about climate change and its impact the people of Bangladesh and Nepal. Captured and narrated by 10 young climate champions with the support of British Council and Wild Eye, it is a collection of stories that raises crucial questions about what is happening around us and urges the next generation to wake up and protect their future.

an omenliving in cloudsan uncharted landscapwater waterclimate confusion

sunday monday carbondaywater worldsmall thingsspreading colourbe smart- act first

Number of films: 10 (Ten), Run Time: 35+ Minutes, Formate: DV PAL Widescreen, Series Producer: Tanjilur Rahman, Production: British Council/Wild Eye, 2011


Exploring Our Waters
a film by Tanjilur Rahman
Duration 11 Minutes

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This is a Introductory film on Dolphins and Whales of Bangladesh, Produced & Directed by Tanjilur Rahman. 

Exploring Our Waters unfold the mystery of Swatch of No-Ground and gives the audience a glimpse of all the species of Dolphins and Whales discovered in Bangladesh waters till 2008. The film features Rubaiyat Mansur Mowgli, Bangladesh Cetacean Diversity Project (BCDP) / Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and their work on Dolphins and Whales in Bangladesh.


Shushuk, Our Rivers and Mankind
a film by Tanjilur Rahman
Duration 24 Minutes

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The Shushuk, or Ganges River Dolphin, Platanista Gangetica, has a deep and inseparable connection to the rural fabric of Bangladesh. Bangladesh is criss-crossed with innumerable rivers, and the Shushuk is a symbol of the health of this rich and diverse eco-system that sustains some of the highest population densities in the world. This film focuses on the desperate plight of the Shushuk, and establishes the need for the country to conserve the bio-diversity of its river systems as the only way to ensure the long term sustenance of the communities who depend on them for life and livelihood.

Shushuk, our Rivers and Mankind’ was nominated for ROSCAR Award at the Wildtalk Africa Film Festival, Durban, South Africa (2009). The film was also entered to a number of international wildlife and environmental film festivals including Wildscreen Film Festival in Bristol/UK (2008),37th Nature and Bird Festival in France (2008), the Japan International Wildlife Film Festival (2009), Green Screen (2009).









copyright Wild Eye 2009 photoright Rubaiyat Mansur Mowgli & Elisabeth Fahrni Mansur, Ingrid Kvale, Crhistina Greenwood & Adam Barlow, Tanjilur Rahman