tiNai: An Organisation to Promote Ecocriticism
The Indian ecocritical forum, earlier known as OSLE-India, is now operating under the name, “tiNai.” Change in emphasis and the need to affirm the original definition of the discipline justify a new identity and name for the forum. tiNai has organised conferences, seminars, workshops in various Institutes, colleges and Universities to promote ecocriticism in Indian academia.
School of Media and Cultural Studies, TATA Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
The School of Media and Cultural Studies (SMCS) is engaged in media teaching, production, research and dissemination.
The Kuala Lumpur Ecofilm Fesitval is the first and the biggest environmental film festival in Malaysia. In the last five years, the festival has reached out to approximately 46,000 Malaysians through its film screenings at selected venues all over the Peninsular. The festival is conceptualized and organised by the non-profit environmental organisation, EcoKnights.
Lila Foundation for Translocal Initiatives, New Delhi
Lila Foundation with its motto “happiness sustains life,” is a registered charitable venture conceptualized to recover for humanity, a happy and sustainable environment of progress.
Bangalore Film Society (BFS)
BFS is a collective of cineastes who explore through the medium of cinema, the cultural politics and how it impacts and shapes the modern cultural practices, politics and social behaviour.