The Farmer & His Goat – Animation short film

rajarajasAwards:

  • 1st Runner-up in the National Student Competition Category at Chitrakatha 09   International Student Animation Film Festival organized by The National Institute of   Design (NID) – November 2009
  • 1st prize in the Animation Short Film category at the 1st Cinema Today Short Film   (CTSF) Awards held at Chennai Trade Centre, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India – March
    2009
  • 1st Prize – Image Today Short Film Awards, Chennai – 2009
  • 2nd Prize – Bhumika Film Festival, Mumbai, India – 2009
  • “Best Public service short film” at IAD 09 organized by ASIFA India – Hyderabad
    region, Nov. 2009

Nominations:

  • CMS International Children’s Film Festival, Lucknow, India – 2009
  • AAROHI Film Festival, Mumbai, India – 2009
  • CMS VATAVARAN Environment & Wildlife Film Festival, New Delhi – 2009
  • Anifest India Viewer’s Choice Award, TASI, Mumbai – 2009
  • Gateway awards, Anna University Chennai – 2009
  • International Film Festival, Nagpur, India – 2009

The Film:
Animal sacrifice goes unabated in some parts of India despite globalization and modern lifestyles. The animation short film The Farmer & His Goat is a sincere attempt at discouraging the evil practice in the best way possible – by creating a hypothetical situation where man himself becomes the victim of sacrifice at the hands of the very animal which he has been slaughtering in the name of religion for centuries now-RajaSekhar Buggaveeti

Creative Team:
Govind Rajeswar, Sachin Punde & Parag Warade

For more details visit, www.thefarmerandhisgoat.com

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