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tiNai Ecofilm Festival (TEFF 2014)

2013 September 2
by scubitt

From Rayson K Alex


Green greetings from Goa.

Have you ever felt that you should film that bird which you spot in the tree when you open your bedroom window? Has a documentary made you rethink your water usage? Do the statistics of tiger population alarm you? Are you in the process of greening your attitudes?

If you nodded an yes for any of these questions, then you should be there for TEFF 2014.

What is TEFF?
tiNai Ecofilm festival (TEFF 2014) is organised by the Department of Humanities and Management, Birla Institute of Technology and Sciences-Pilani, K.K. Birla Goa Campus, to promote ecological filmmaking in India. TEFF is dedicated to ecological documentaries. It is designed to become an ultimate platform for documentary filmmakers who focus on ecological issues.

Excited to hear about this? Then do join us and participate in our efforts to make TEFF 2014 an exciting event for film and green enthusiasts.

Now that we have gained your attention, let us tell you how you can help us in our efforts:
* Register to attend the festival
* Send us your green films for competition/screening
* Write for our blog
* Tell us your ecological/environmental stories that could be your dream documentary
* Support us with funds or try raising funds for us
*  Make a promo video/poster

For more details visit us at <>. If you think your friends/students/teachers/colleagues will be interested in participating in TEFF, kindly forward the mail to them. If you want us to do that for you, send us your contacts, we could forward the mail to them. If you have not liked our facebook page, yet, click on to the link and like it, if you really like it:

Hope to see you at TEFF.


Rayson K. Alex
Assistant Professor
Department of Humanities and Management
BITS-Pilani, K.K. Birla Goa Campus

2 Responses leave one →
  1. September 2, 2013

    Thank you Prof. Cubitt for posting the info here.

  2. srust permalink*
    September 2, 2013

    Would love to attend this event someday!

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