Pakistani filmmaker Shahzad Hameed is working on a new documentary film based on the topic of climate change.
The trailer for this 3-hour documentary 'The Politics of Climate Change' has also been released.
Shahzad Hameed told about the film, saying that I travelled a lot to research on the Himalayas and the Brazilian Amazon forests in Coal, Pakistan, Australia, during this trip I met such people and One of the biggest issues of the 21st Century is working on climate change.
It is to be noted that in the past, Shahzad Hameed has produced several documentaries that highlight social issues.
In his recent documentary, prejudice against Muslims was presented.
He also received an award last year for his film 'Cote in the CrossFire' at the International Film Festival in Canada.
The 48-minute documentary is based on a meeting with a journalist in the ongoing war in Afghanistan.
Remember that in 2017, Shahzad Hameed won the Silver Award in the Human Concern category for the documentary Kasur Lost Children.
It was the second award given to Prince Hameed at the New York Festival before he received a gold medal for his documentary 'Flight of the Falcons' in 2016, the documentary was nominated in the Community Portraits category.
The Politics of Climate Change premieres on News Asia Channel on February 1 this year