Documentaries

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The Mahouts of Kerala is a window into the exotic world of the elephant-loving Princess Lakshmi and the mahout Kuttan, whose family have been caring for the Maharaja's elephants for generations.

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Sulh-e-kul explores the allure of the most important Muslim site of pilgrimage in South Asia, Dargah Sharif, in Ajmer, India. The shrine is the tomb of the venerated Sufi Saint, Kwajha Gharib Nawaz (Parton of the Poor).

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57 Min

What's it like to be a white man in the world's biggest movie industry?

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The Film explores the experiences of traditional craftspersons from across the country and their connection to the land which gives them their identity.

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The story of two photographers who don't have what WE think is mandatory for a photographer - sight

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The Film explores the history of the Parsi community, its relationship to the Indian state and association with the city of Mumbai. It strives to understand the Zoroastrian faith, and the philosophy to live, laugh and love, which is the backbone of the Parsi way of life, and what makes it so endearingly unique and beloved. As the community is plagued with anxieties over its dwindling numbers, it looks at current debates on issues of inter-faith marriage. On the whole, It is an attempt to understand a community which has always been numerically small, yet, culturally and socially formidable.

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This is an important and only film which features the band Indian Ocean in their original form which had all four founding members. Later on the band got a new set of members. This film has an archival value for the innumerable fans of the band.

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From Kashmir to Kerala, Manipur to Mumbai, state teams are battling it out to win the Women’s Rugby Nationals each year since 2009. How did an elitist sport end up making inroads into small towns so quickly? The Film attempts to explore the reasons that attract women to rugby!

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'Wall Stories' is a pictorial journey through the Garhwal region in the Western Himalayas. Centered around Dehradun between the rivers Ganga and Yamuna, it tells the fascinating story of the history and culture of its people through mural paintings found in the area, and the daily life that is lived around them. Going from a portrait of Noor Jehan dressed as a Pahari lady, to depictions of the 'Indar Sabha' the first Urdu full length play, and one of the richest repositories of illustrations of the Janmsakhi (the life of Guru Nanak), these painting from the end of the 17th to the 19th century defy the boundaries of low art and high art, religion and received history. 'Wall Stories' uses imaginary conversations, treats the subject of the paintings as living subjects and plays with its subject matter to explore the space and meaning created in the everyday lives of the people who encounter these paintings.

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The Film is a light-hearted chronicle of this predicament that almost every Indian faces.Born and brought up in Delhi, Geetika pursued advertising after completing her graduation in English Literature from Delhi University. Soon, her love for films led her to filmmaking. Having worked on various formats – from documentaries to TV commercials, she ventured into independent filmmaking with her first short fiction, the award winning, Good Night. Subsequently, she has edited and directed several documentaries that have been recognised and showcased nationally and internationally.

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The Unreserved is an inquiry into the lives of passengers who use the Unreserved Compartment, the cheapest way to travel across India on the Indian Railways system. The film portrays the passengers’ aspirations, efforts and opinions through conversations and personal stories.

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The Little Princes of Rajasthan is a documentary that immerses us within a village of North India while introducing a very unique culture: the oral tradition of the Langa community. They are a musician caste born to serve their patrons, or jajmans. Based out of Barnawa, 130 km from the blue city of Jodhpur, hundreds of families live by and for the music, teaching the new generation their ancestral way of singing.

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