The documentary film ‘My Octopus Teacher’ has won the Global Sustainable Award


A poster of the documentary film ‘My Octopus Teacher’. (Photo: Netflix)

The documentary film My Octopus Teacher has won the Founder of the Ninth Global Sustainable Film Awards (GSFA) for its emphasis on exposure to nature. It is directed by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reid.

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  • Latest version:November 23, 2020, 12:01 AMST

New Delhi. The documentary film My Octopus Teacher has won the Founder of the Ninth Global Sustainable Film Awards (GSFA) for its emphasis on exposure to nature. Directed by Pippa Ehrlich and James Reid, the film depicts the experiences of swimmer and diver Craig Foster swimming with an octopus during a year.

This year, Tough Dialogue has partnered with TVE Global Sustainability in a five-day conference from November 16th. Dialogues, discussions and films were screened during the conference. Difficulty Dialogue is an international platform that discusses burning issues of global importance each year. The GSFA Founder’s Award for Sustainability on the Big Screen is a nominated department award and it was founded in 2017 by Surina Narula.

It is awarded each year to a feature film that deals with sustainability issues in a new and innovative way. Films are selected based on their descriptive presentation, the creativity of their enterprise, and the credibility of their sustainability message. ‘My Octopus Teacher’ is a Netflix original documentary film, which was released worldwide in September.

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