Last Drop is a short film on water conservation by young Odia filmmaker Nishith Sahasransu Ray.
Selected for screening at Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival 2020 for its documentary category, Last Drop is a one minute film on water conservation by young Odia filmmaker Nishith Sahasransu Ray. The short film shows how people waste water in India. The film ends with statistics showing how a large number of women folk in certain parts of the country walk several kilometers to fetch water.
The film was also selected for Los Angeles Lift-Off Film Festival and was a semi-finalist at the Miami 4 Social Change Youth Film Festival.
Synopsis - Every second India loses one drop of water from street taps. 1minute = 60 drops and 1day = 86,000 drops. This movie apprises us of the dire need to save water.
Film - Last Drop
Director- NISHITH SAHASRANSU RAY
Streaming Platform: ABC Talkies
Language - English
Language - English
About ABC Talkies: ABC (All Bout Cinema) Talkies is a Film- tech start-up launched in February 2021 by a group of professionals from diverse backgrounds. A concept that started developing as a lockdown pursuit, ABC Talkies describes itself as World’s First Cinema Marketplace.A one of its kind venture in the country, it is a free trade marketplace for cinema and filmmakers to thrive. It is the first online marketplace where filmmakers are free to showcase their work of art and in the process monetize it. ABC Talkies not only aims in providing a digital platform for filmmakers from independent, amateur and brand new filmmakers where they can showcase and monetize their work but also assists them in marketing and promoting their creations. The idea to match talent of unreleased movies and make it easy for film projects to see the light of the day.
A versatile, analytical and connected marketplace, its mission is to transform the way people make and watch movies. ABC Talkies intends to bring about a cinematic revolution by allowing talents to transition into the digital world seamlessly.
ABC Talkies is also keen on fostering talents from tier 2 cities, smaller towns and states where opportunities for filmmakers are otherwise few and far between.
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