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International Film Festival for Environment, Health and Culture
is in Jakarta

International Film Festival For Environment, Health & Culture (IFFEHC) is back in Jakarta and the nomination for Best Film 2016 is announced today. This year, almost 400 films for all around the world are participating. The festival is focusing on films with Environment, Health and Culture theme.

Here are the IFFEHC nomination for Best Film:
Brussels, the Wild Side, directed by Bernard Crutzen
HOME, directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand
My Name is Salt, directed by Farida Pacha
Ruben, directed by Frederik Wolff Teglhus & Anders Drud Jordan
A Knee Up, directed by Jeremy Kagan

HOME directed by a French director, Yann Arthus-Betrand is a documentary film that some say �a film that changed the world�. This film has changed a lot of people to care more about the environment. Narrated by the director with Hollywood actress; Salma Hayek, Academy-award 6th nominations actress; Glenn Close, Jacques Gamblin and China actress; Zhou Xun.

Home is in a strong competition with film directed by Jeremy Kagan, A Knee Up. Jeremy Kagan is one of the directors in Directors Guild of America and his film A Knee Up is a short film that tells a story about a man in pain, being confronted by his family. The other candidates are Ruben by directors Frederik Wolff Teglhus & Anders Drud Jordan. The winner of this festival will be announced on 30th of May 2016

Damien Dematra, as the founder and director of the international film festival said that, �I hope with this festival, it can creates more awareness to all the people in the world about how important to take care of our environment. I also hope this festival can be a platform for the people who want to make a change through creative works.�

This festival is being supported by People's Creative Council, i-Hebat International Volunteers, Russian Culture Centre, Care for Children Foundation, World Film Council and the Ministry of Environment and Forestry.


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