GEORGE THENGUMMOOTTIL
DOCUMENTARY EDITOR

DOCUMENTARIES

The Naga Pride

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The Naga Pride is a community conservation documentary revolving around the annual migratory birds Amur Falcon and the hunting tribes of Nagaland. It showcases the transformation of these hunters into protectors with support and participation from the government, NGOs and wildlife conservationists and enthusiasts. It also looks at the effect of climate change on wildlife in general, Amur falcons in particular and how they cope with the changing environmental conditions.

Nagaon International Short & Documentary Film Festival, india 2018
11th International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala, (IDSFFK) 2018
CMS Vatavaran Festival, India 2019
International Ecological Film Festival Russia 2018
VIVA Film Festival, Bosnia and Herzegovina 2018
Green Earth Film Festival, California 2018 

Short video series for 


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RoundGlass Sustain is a media-rich resource on India’s natural world. It seeks to create a comprehensive record of the species and ecosystems of the country. As a treasury of wildlife images, videos, and information it will tell stories of India’s biodiversity, the creatures that live within it, and the habitats that support them.

Mt Khangshilling


A group of experienced and novice mountaineers journey to the top of Mt. Khangshilling(6295M) in Sipiti in Indian Himalayas in Alpine style or Self sufficient way to test the limits of human ability. The story portrays the Coordination and understanding between experienced Climber and Novice climber on their attempt to Mt. Khangshilling in self sufficient way

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CORPORATE VIDEOS

A series of documentaries on Kudremukh National Park, Karnataka

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A series of documentaries on Ashoka Trust


SHORT EDITS


Save our Shola Grasslands

A short documentary by Prasenjeet Yadav

Shola Sky Islands host tropical montane grasslands in a matrix with forests, in the global biodiversity hotspot - Western Ghats. In the last century, over 60% of the landscape has been modified, and more grasslands than the forests have been lost- taken over by planted and invasive timber plantations (particularly Wattle).

The Baffling Bombastic Bullfrog

A short for Sandesh Kadur

It was the beginning of the rainy season – the first week of June - 1996. I was driving up along coastal Karnataka, somewhere close to Karwar. 9 AM & still the rain had not abated. It came in sheets with the wind slanting the rain at an oblique 45-degree angle. Around 10 AM, the rain subsided to a drizzle.


Smooth Coated Otters - Ambassadors of Our Wetlands

A short video for Suman Kumar Raju

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TRAILERS


THE LAST HOPE

The new species of frogs from the Western Ghats

GUARDIAN OF THE WILD

The story of D V Girish

KUTHIRAMUKKU NATIONAL PARK

Trailer of a series of documentaries on KMP

SHOWREELS


DILAN MANDANNA

General Showreel

KALYAN VARMA

Aerial Showreel

SUMANTH KUDHUVALLI

Wildlife Showreel

PROMO VIDEOS


Hornbill Festival 2018

George Thengummoottil
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Kottayam Dist
Kerala
India


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