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A Journey Extraordinary (Unity in Diversity)

Different people, many traditions, one country. This film celebrates the beauty of plural India and delves into the relationship between domestic tourism and the...

Om Mani Padme Hum (Spirituality)

South Asia Film FestivalA documentary on the ‘Tawang’ monastery of Arunachal Pradesh, the largest monastery in India, which practices Mahayana Buddhism and...

Tramjatra

Roberto D’Andrea, a retired Melbourne conductor – driver who visited Kolkata in 1994 and fell in love with Kolkata, its people and...

The Little Girls We Were and the Women We Are

This is a documentary where five Indian women survivors of incest and child sexual abuse share their journey from abuse to recovery. The film...

Call of the Climate (Global Warming)

Accepting climate change is a reality the film examines in depth the connections between climate change and energy security.
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Eleven Miles

This film is not about Bauls (folk singers fromBengal) or Baul singing only, it is about a particular space, time eternal andflowing, and life which is mundane as well as mystical and a view of life whichis unusual and thought provoking. The film also hints at some of the folktraditions which with the onset of modernity are at crossroads – the need tomove out of their cocoons and yet preserve the true essence of the tradition.
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Tracing the map of Hope: Tagore’s Journeys in the west between the wars

This is a film about Rabindranath Tagore's journeys in the west between the two wars when he travelled 34 countries to spread his message of universal brotherhood and ONE WORLD. He was considered as the ambassador of peace from the East and was greeted by world leaders and intellectuals of the world including great scientist Einstein who met him four times.
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Watch Me Dance

Till he was eight, Gulshan Kumar was a severely disabled boy doing odd jobs for his father, a washer man. A chance encounter with choreographer-musician Syed Salauddin Pasha turned the course of his life. Seeing the spark in Gulshan, he trained him in Bharatanatyam, Kathak and Thang-ta on wheelchair.At 13, he performed in the House of Commons and today performing all over the world. He also holds a Guinness Record by making 63 spins a minute on a wheelchair. This film takes a close look on Gulshan’s life that has made him a champion for the differently a bled.
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Yamuna Katha

This is a film about the relationship between Yamuna and city of Delhi. It focuses on ecological, cultural, historic and economic implications of the river Yamuna in Delhi. A core group of people from different strata of the society that consists of river specialist, social scientist, historian, artists, teachers, farmers, fisher men and others under take various travels to the riverbanks so as to strike a dialogue to explore a common future for Yamuna.
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A Journey Extraordinary

Different people, many traditions, one country. This film celebrates the beauty of plural India and delves into the relationship between domestic tourism and the intense desire among ordinary people to connect themselves with the rest of their country.