The first edition of Goa Environmental Film Festival (GEFF) will begin from June 3, with Oscar winning documentary The Elephant Whisperers.
Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, state Environment Minister Nilesh Cabral said that more than 50 films will be screened during the three-day event at Maquinezes Palace in the capital city.
"Film festival will open with The Elephant Whisperers and close with the Spanish film Alcarass," Cabral said.
He said that GEFF has been organised on the sidelines of G20 meetings taking place in Goa, however, it will be an annual event from this year.
Cabral informed that films from Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Finland, Ireland, Oman, Portugal, Russia, Spain and other countries will be screened during the film festival.
The Elephant Whisperers is directed by Kartiki Gonsalves starring Bellie and Bomman.