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Wild Karnataka, an incredible blue-chip natural history film showcasing the sheer natural beauty of Karnataka and the stunning wildlife that call it home, is intended to help people fall in love with nature!
Shot by India's top film-makers in collaboration with the Karnataka forest department (KFD), this 54-minute documentary involved four years of filming and 400 hours of footage.
The first Indian wildlife film to be narrated by Sir David Attenborough, Wild Karnataka is a story of hope to the future!
The filmmakers of the movie have agreed for a screening followed by a short Q&A session explaining the journey and the challenges of making this stunning documentary. Some of the filmmakers such as Sandesh Kadur, Kalyan Varma, Amoghavarsha, Adarsh Raju, Prashanth S Nayaka, Raghunath Belur, Pradeep Hegde, Dheeraj Aithal, Radha Rangarajan, Ankith JK, and Sarath Champati are expected to there. This will be an excellent opportunity to interact with them.