Jewels of Thane Creek: Mangrove Ecosystem





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Published on May 23, 2016

Thane Creek is lined up with mangroves on both sides and plays host to a lot of species ranging from iconic flamingos to tiny crabs. Unfortunately this distinct ecosystem is also highly polluted and needs conservation intervention.

To disseminate information about Thane Creek’s unique ecosystem, which is the second open space of Mumbai, this documentary film was created for Mangrove Cell, Maharashtra Forest Department and Indo-German Biodiversity Project on Coastal & Marine Protected Area.

This documentary, Jewels of Thane Creek explores the complex inter-relationship between various species in the Thane Creek and their impact on us. The documentary Jewels of Thane Creek is 13.33 mins long. The shooting was done from September 2015 to January 2016. Shot with Canon Cinema C300 camera.

Direction, Cinematography, Editing: Sabyasachi Patra
Sound, Aerial Filming & First Assistant: Mrudul Godbole
Narration: Alex Warner
Music: Anil Nallan Chakravarthy
Special Thanks to: Mr. N. Vasudevan, CCF


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