It is a historic day for India as the documentary film ‘Elephant Whisperers wins the Oscar in the ‘Best Documentary Short Film’ category.
It was a great day for India as Guneet Monga and Earth Spectrum won the Oscars for Best Documentary, a short film. The Indian documentary film ‘Elephant Whisperers’ won the Oscar in the ‘Best Documentary Short Film’ category. Indian film producer Guneet Monga along with director Kartiki Gonsalves took center stage to accept the honor.
A very stunning picture of an elephant and mahout is streaming through the Internet too with its magical photography.
The documentary won against ‘Haul Out,’ ‘How Do You Measure A Year?’ ‘The Martha Mitchell Effect,’ and ‘Stranger At The Gate’.
The film’s plot revolves around a family who adopts two orphan baby elephants in Tamil Nadu’s Mudumalai Tiger Reserve.
This is not the first time that Guneet Monga has brought the Oscar to India. In 2019, Guneet Monga’s documentary ‘Period. End of Sentence’ bagged the Oscar in the Documentary Short Subject. Meanwhile, RRR’s Naatu Naatu is still in the run for the Oscars in the ‘Original Song category.
Guneet Monga is an Indian film producer, executive producer of an Academy Award-winning short, a 2015 BAFTA nominee, Oscar-winning short “The Elephant whisperers”, and the founder of Sikhya Entertainment.
A fan, Jee Garima applauds her saying: Firstly, you are both women, and secondly, your beautiful film was about the most gentle and lovely creatures on earth!
Congratulation @guneetm and @EarthSpectrum, for winning the #Oscars for the Best Documentary, short film…
Firstly, you are both women and secondly your beautiful film was about the most gentle and lovely creatures on earth! ❤️❤️
Truly, well deserved. pic.twitter.com/fibkM8AmQP
— GARIMA (@JeeGarimaa) March 13, 2023