"Tomorrow," an animated film on the impact of climate change is to be premiered on November 23.
The 25-minute long animation will be aired on Deepto TV on November 29 at 7pm.
In the film, a young boy Ratul encounters a mystical spirit called 'Batasher Bouro'. The spirit shows him a glance of the devastating impact of global warming. He shows how climate change leads to the melting of the iceberg of Antarctica. He pictures a horrible image of Bangladesh being submerged by rising sea levels.
Kazi Zeeshan Hasan, producer of the film said, "It took three years to make the movie alive to be screened on television. Members of Deepto TV have worked tirelessly to complete the Tk1 crore budget project."
"Ratul decides to take a stand against the on-set of global warming by teaming up with the children of all over the world and create a sustainable universe."
Fuad Ahmed Chowdhury, chief executive officer of Deepto TV, said, "Our main goal is to spread awareness about the climate change among the children. The movie suggests a solution for climate change by implying the foreign governments to impose tax on fossil fuels and expanding more investments on renewable energy."
Nasimul Hasan and Ahmed Khan Hirok jointly scripted the plot of "Tomorrow." The film is produced by Cycore Studios.