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This documentary on violence against women by a Pondicherry University student is a real eye-opener. Check out why

Arya P Gopi discusses about the various violence against women in the name of love and the impact she tries to create against it through her film  

Published on 24th March 2020
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Here's why everyone should check out photographer Amita Talwar's 'Art for Causes'

The photographer from Punjab is currently working on her second book of photographs. A documentary and a theatrical presentation on Sahir Ludhianvi are on the cards too. So let us wait and look out  

Published on 23rd March 2020
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AMU students to screen documentary on Hitler to protest against CAA

 

The students will also screen the documentary - Stateless, an Unconventional Story of New India also with the film on Hitler at Bab-E-Syed this evening

Published on 31st December 2019
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This 32-year-old's documentary talks about the growing mental health issues among youngsters today

Raghav Krishnan's documentary Darkness deals with mental health illness among youngsters and the societal pressure they face

Published on 5th December 2019
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Why does queer filmmaker Malini Jeevarathnam obsessively make movies on LGBT issues?

The protégé of Kabali and Kaala director Pa Ranjith, Malini makes cinema that is grounded and extremely focused on LGBTQIA+

Published on 30th October 2019
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Why Aditi Maddali's film will make you fall in love with traditional Uyyala Paatalu again

Aditi Maddali's documentary Songs of Our Soil brings to the fore Telangana's Uyyala Paatalu songs which women sing on the fields and have found its way to protests

Published on 15th October 2019
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Why everyone should watch this documentary on Chandannagar's grandest festival — Jagadhatri Puja

The producer of SAMAYITA (The Healer) explains to us why this docu-feature is not just a mere day-to-day documentation of Chandannagar's Jagadhatri Puja celebrations

Published on 1st October 2019
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Everything you need to know about the Indian Documentary Film Festival of Bhubaneswar

There will be as many as 31 movies which will be screened at the Indian Documentary Film Festival of Bhubaneswar which is right around the corner 

Published on 23rd September 2019
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How this documentary is trying to save the Slender Lories from extinction  

Biju Pankaj  documespeaks aboutnting the Slender Lories, a harmless creature on the verge of extinction due to myths

Published on 18th September 2019
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This Kerala filmmaker's docu 'Marubhumiyile Mazha' portrays the struggles of transgender people

Jesu Joseph James directed the documentary 'Marubhumiyile Mazha' portraying the lives of three transgender people who overcame all their struggles  

Published on 21st August 2019
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Why everyone needs to watch this docu on how our frogs are going extinct

Dheeraj Aithal, a young filmmaker, tells Rashmi Patil why he shot a documentary on frog conservation and what role they play in the environment

Published on 20th August 2019
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Why Priya Thuvassery's Coral Woman documentary is about an unconventional story that needs to be told

Priya Thuvassery's Coral Woman is a depiction of Uma Mani's fascinating journey in gaining more knowledge about coral reefs. We find out more

Published on 23rd July 2019
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This Kolkata filmmaker traced the history of migration of Afghanis to Kolkata through his documentary. Here's how

Diptanshu Chakravarty loves to tell stories about people that will touch your heart. We find out more about the young documentary-maker

Published on 10th July 2019
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This documentary shows us the gruesome portrait of grief as a result of cow vigilantism and mob lynching

The Hour of Lynching is a telling documentary of mob lynching directed by Shirley Abraham and Amit Madheshiya. We spoke to the makers to find out more

Published on 4th June 2019
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This IITian shot a documentary on women who broke social barriers by cremating bodies of the deceased 

Darpan Bajaj talks about what went into shooting the documentary Maharajin, which also amassed several awards — and he tells us why he wrote the kind of story he eventually did

Published on 15th May 2019

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