13 films Found
The end of traditional civilisation is in sight. For the first time in human history villages across the world, once the cornerstone of the majority of the world's population, are dying out.
In 1968 the town of Auroville was founded for anyone, from anywhere in the world, to come and live. It promoted a sustainable and non material lifestyle, where property ownership wasn't allowed.
It's one of the world's longest-running conflicts, defined by daily street battles and accusations of military abuse. Once again levels of violence have risen with daily battles raging - terror on Srinagar's tired streets?
Baby girls are being killed so their poverty-stricken parents can avoid paying large dowries when their daughters eventually marry. Is anything being done to correct the major gender imbalance facing India?
Behind the most expensive Commonwealth Games in history, lies a very different reality. Slums are destroyed for the tourists, and the poor struggle to eke out a living working to create the venues.
Imagine streets with no dustbins. Imagine a place where everybody litters wherever they want. Against this chaotic backdrop, India has the highest recycling levels in the world.
Bodies continue to materialise from the forest, and the psychological scars of the conflict between Kashmir and India run deep. After generations of friction this film pries open what it is that fires the deep anger.
Amidst the smog and blaring horns of Mumbai, 9 year old Wahid sells books to support his family. Unable to read, yet dreaming of becoming a doctor, his story paints a moving picture of India today.