Jaipur, India (postponed) at the World Wilderness Congress March 1, 2020


All of us who have worked on Power of the River are hugely honored to be featured as part of this month’s 11th World Wilderness Congress (Wild11) in Jaipur, India. The congress runs March 19-26, 2020 with our screening on a 32-foot LED screen in Jaipur’s Central Park:

Power of the River: Expedition to the Heart of Water in Bhutan
Monday, March 23: 6:30 – 7:45pm
Wild11 Film Festival, Central Park
(Prithviraj Rd, Rambagh, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302007, India)
Official presentation of the 11th World Wilderness Congress


11th World Wilderness CongressWe join over 1,500 delegates representing 60 nations and an impressive array of 500 speakers and presenters, including Bill McKibben, Beverly & Dereck Joubert, Sylvia Earle, Bhutan’s Chief Forestry Officer, among numerous other dignitaries. Our screening will be followed by two visually stunning films on India’s wildlife and natural history:

Wild Karnataka, narrated by Sir David Attenborough
The Queen of Taru, award winner at New York’s
9th annual Wildlife Conservation Film Festival

Greg I. Hamilton

Greg’s passionate enthusiasm for big, exciting projects that genuinely move people is matched by the skill and experience he brings to each new effort. He has worked on festival-friendly films that won critics and captured worldwide audiences. He writes books and magazine articles that surprise, challenge, and entertain. He speaks with buoyant, infectious verve that stirs audiences to tap into their own sources of inspiration.

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