Public institution “Krka National Park” in Šibenik with a new festival raised the issue of ecology, from next year they plan to open the same issue at the sites of the national parkThis weekend, as part of Krka’s cultural summer, Šibenik hosted Green Eye festival which was held under the slogan Nature is Watching You – Nature is Watching You. Festival Green Eye it is dedicated to the topics of environmental protection and preservation of nature, ie flora and fauna. In addition to outdoor screenings, due to bad weather conditions, part of the screenings was transferred to the Museum of the City of Šibenik. “The main goal in deciding to launch the Green Eye Film Festival was to raise our awareness of the environmental challenges facing our civilization, namely global warming, environmental pollution and the extinction of endangered species. We wanted to emphasize primarily the importance of establishing a more balanced relationship between people and nature, the impact that nature has on our health and the role of the individual in its preservation. Therefore, we hope and believe that the festival will be held in the coming years, and that we will expand it to other locations within the Krka National Park.. ” pointed out Krešimir Šakić, director of the Public Institution “Krka National Park”.During the three-day festival, visitors were able to watch six long and three short films. The festival opened the film Thank you for the rain, and after the film, the audience was addressed by the composer of music for the film, Chris White, who did not hide his enthusiasm for the natural beauties of Croatia, which he visited for the first time. After the film Thank You for the Rain, visitors could also watch a film by Leonardo DiCaprio, Before the Flood. Saturday night opened the filmSeed: The Untold story, and after him the film Racing Extinction. The final evening was marked by a Croatian-Canadian film Hedgehog’s Home according to the classic poem by Branko Ćopić and How to Let the World Alone and Love What the Climate Can’t Change / How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change about the impact of climate change on the world around us.Photo: Ivan BuvinićIn addition to feature films, the festival also presented short films Nature is Speaking as part of a provocative advertising campaign and invites people to start listening to nature. The campaign consists of several short films, of which the following were screened at the festival: Mother nature, Ocean / Ocean, Rainforest, in which the voices were lent by famous actors Julia Roberts, Harrison Ford and Kevin Spacey.”We need to look back sometimes and get out of the rut of fast life we live, and dedicate time to the nature we leave to future generations. I am glad that there are people who have decided to start a festival like this and use film art to warn us of the mistakes we are making. I came here with my daughter Lola, because I think it is necessary to instill in children from the earliest stages an awareness of a responsible way of life towards nature.. ” pointed out director Bobo Jelčić.
RelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Mane double eases Liverpool to win over 10-man Chelsea EPL: Chelsea, Liverpool in cagey duel Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has challenged Odion Ighalo to make his move to Manchester United permanent. The Nigerian joined on loan from Shanghai Shenhua last month and has travelled to London to face Chelsea on Monday. And Solskjaer said there is always a chance Ighalo could remain at United if he impresses over the rest of the campaign. “It’s a loan, but when you’re in the door and if you impress it gives you a chance,” said Solskjaer at his pre-match press conference. “That’s exactly the same for everyone who signs if it’s permanent or it’s a loan. If you impress as a player, if you impress as a person, if you can help this group improve, then of course there’s a chance that we’ll look at extending things. “That doesn’t just go for Odion, but since you asked, yes, of course his incentive is to play as well as he can. And it’s up to us to make sure that he’d want to stay if we wanted him. “I think he’s probably pinching himself at times, because he’s now at his favourite club at the age of 30. “Hopefully he’ll prove to you what I think he will. He’s a proven goalscorer, so he’ll do all right.”Tags: ChelseaManchester UnitedOdion IghaloOle Gunnar SolskjaerShanghai Shenhua
New Delhi: Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal shone with the bat. Ravichandran Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja and Mohammed Shami wrecked havoc with the ball. These five players played a massive part in India’s big win against South Africa in the Vizag Test. Rohit, making yet another comeback in the Test arena, responded in grand style with a century in each innings, joining Vijay Hazare, Sunil Gavaskar, Rahul Dravid, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane in a prestigious list. He also blasted 13 sixes, the most by a player in Tests as South Africa’s spinners, expected to be the key in conditions made for them were rendered ineffective. Like Rohit, Mayank Agarwal also capitalised and notched up his maiden double ton. His strokeplay and aggression matched Rohit and their 317-run stand meant South Africa always played catch-up. Ashwin and Jadeja were expected to be the key in these conditions and they did not disappoint, with both taking eight and six wickets respectively.The South Africans showed plenty of spark, with Quinton de Kock and Dean Elgar slamming centuries. However, in the second innings, they were blown away by Shami’s reverse swing and it took a fifty from Dane Piedt and a 91-run stand with Senuran Muthusamy for South Africa to avoid total humiliation.Also Read | Mayank Agarwal Fearless Like His Idol Virender Sehwag: VVS LaxmanHeading into the Pune Test, India are gunning for yet another series win. However, South Africa are also hopeful of a comeback, considering how India fared last time at the venue. In the Test against Australia in 2017, Steve O’Keefe picked up 6/35 in each innings and Steve Smith smashed a century as Australia won by 333 runs, which was their last major batting collapse in home Tests. Keshav Maharaj and Muthusamy, two left-armers, will be hoping the Pune deck has the same assistance what O’Keefe had in the 2017 Test. However, will the Proteas find their batting equivalent of Smith in these conditions? That is the major question.Also Read | If Pacers Think Spinners Will Do All Work, Their Place Is Not Justified: Virat KohliProbable XIIndia are all set to play an unchanged XI while South Africa might replace Dane Piedt and opt for the pace of Lungi Ngidi. However, out of the current lot, only Kagiso Rabada has the ability to reverse swing the ball while Ngidi will be making a return to competitive cricket for South Africa after being sidelined with injuries. India (XI): Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Mayank Agarwal, Chesteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami. South Africa: Faf du Plessis (captain), Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock (wk), Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Vernon Philander, Lungi Ngidi, Dane Piedt, Senuran Muthusamy, Zubayr Hamza, Heinrich Klaasen, Anrich Nortje.Weather and pitch conditionsThe pitch in Pune is expected to be a turner with plenty of assistance for the spinners. However, the pitch will be under the scanner as it will be prepared by Pandurang Salgaonkar, who was suspended by the ICC for six months later that year after being caught in a sting operation related to pitch fixing. The controversy arose when television channel India Today caught Salgaonkar on tape in October 2017 over alleged pitch fixing ahead of a One Day International against New Zealand. Though the ICC gave him a clean chit on allegations (which were levelled by a national news channel) of trying to doctor the pitch for last year’s ODI against New Zealand, he was charged for not informing the Anti-Corruption Unit about the alleged approach.The weather is normally fine in Pune around this time but with global warming, it has changed. Rain is expected to play a part in most days of the Test match. The precipation percentrage for Saturday and Sunday is expected to be 80 percent. There has been no rain heading into the clash and one hopes that it stays away.TriviaThere has been only one Test played at the MCA stadium and four ODIs. The venue has not been good for India, having lost the Test to Australia and two out of the four ODIs. Even in Twenty20 Internationals, they have won one and lost one. India do not enjoy playing in Pune but they will be hoping to break their losing streak at this venue. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.