9 films Found
Tribal women in India are taking on the mining companies which pollute their water, destroy their resources and threaten their way of life. But will the multinationals take complaints seriously?
Eighty per cent of the Indian population has no access to toilets. Traditionally, the 'Untouchables' have collected this sewage but one charity hopes to change that.
This beautifully made, poetic film looks at the child labourers in India. Its artistic style and vibrant soundtrack has led to it becoming a popular hit on the internet.
All across India, farmers are being forced off their land to make way for new developments. But the Ho, one of India's surviving indigenous tribes, refuses to go quietly.
As a principal sponsor of FIFA, Coca-Cola is keen to trade in on the World Cup's image of fair play and good sportsmanship. But many believe its business practices make a mockery of this reputation.
'Water', the latest film by controversial director Deepa Mehta has provoked a wave of political protests in India. But Deepa Mehta has no regrets.
He's the youngest marathon runner in the world - and he's still in kindergarten. But following Budhia Singh's seven hour 65 km run, there's concern he's being abused.
Kolkata, the city formally known as 'Calcutta', is the last place on earth where human powered rickshaws are the usual way of getting about. But, is this tradition finally coming to an end?