Comedy travel stories on surviving on barter, hitchhiking, the social impact of it all and some political outcomes, along with some videos, photos and music with The Nomadic Diaries – live.
Einstein had a daughter whom he never met and Gandhi couldn’t resolve his troubled relationship with his eldest son. Until now. In this play.
The world is filled with people who wish to impress when they speak. It is not a bad idea at all but there are advantages in being underestimated. That, too, is the art of conversation.
After reporting on the ground for 10 days and seeing the situation first hand, she is convinced as a journalist that it’s the largest genocide of our times. Rohingya’s are a ethnic minority from Myanmar who have been denied a citizenship by its own government. They have been systematically, ethnically cleansed because of their religion.
Indian/ Bollywood films show across the world but a conflict ridden state within India called Manipur is barricaded from it. Separatist groups have banned Hindi movies here but local films a la Nollywood flourish. In this scenario, Fried Fish, Chicken Soup and a Premiere Show travels with a local feature film unit through Manipur’s picturesque hills and narrative traditions. Making pit stops at cinematic milestones from the past and layering the personal with the political, this documentary paints a loving portrait of a cinema and its citizens. The encounters on route – fake, real and surreal are not for the fainthearted. But there’s good food and chatter on the go.
Islands in Flux – The Andaman and Nicobar Story is a compilation of writings on key issues and developments in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands over the last two decades. Written by Pankaj Sekhsaria, one of the islands’ best known and most consistent chroniclers of contemporary issues, it features information, insight, and perspective related to the environment, wildlife conservation, development and the island’s indigenous communities.