Bringing Down A Mountain is a speculative film set in a city where everything and everyone is superior, including the internet. Next to the city stands a tall circular mountain, blocking all forms of access to the valley village within it. Will this ever come to an end?
Collective negligence is threatening two centuries of printed publications in Odia, one of India’s official languages. Volunteer archivists struggle against all odds, including legal battles, to digitalize crumbling books.
The manmade 1866 famine of Orissa in eastern India killed a million people and gravely inspired the oral literature of the survivors. Two generations later, ninety-five-year-old Musamoni Panigrahi must share her songs and stories before forgetting them and before she is gone.
Far up on the Bonda hills, the Bondak people are met with dysfunctional governance that fails to feed or keep their language alive. Full Synopsis This film takes place in the Mudulipada village of the Malkangiri administrative district in Odisha, … Read the...
In the face of ongoing mining and land loss, the Ho indigenous village in eastern India struggles to find hope and joy in their annual harvest celebration as it witnesses the devastating effects on their community and the natural world.