The oldest auction house in India is fighting for survival in the age of eBay and a changing Calcutta. This film follows its owners, brothers Anwer and Arshad, as they struggle to save their family business and a piece of
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“The Project Development Fund from WorldView allowed us to take the first steps in the development of our very ambitious cross media project ‘Awra Amba’. In 2 years, the project has grown from an independent short documentary to a much
Heartbreak, homicide and dance. All true.
Chubby, dance-obsessed private-detective Rajesh Ji and his motley band of helpers tackle poisonings, adultery and the occasional murder on the frenzied streets of Kolkata The secrets of kolkata’s revealed by overweight dance obsessed intrepid detective Rajesh Ji. Mixing dance and
A decade following a boy, and a country
British filmmaker Phil Grabsky travelled to central Afghanistan a few months after the fall of the Taliban at the end of 2001. His aim was to produce a cinema film that would explore the lives of ordinary Afghans. One young
A vertigo-inducing journey
More than 1,300ft above the roaring Rio Negro in Colombia, nine-year-old Esteban and 11 year old Daniela prepare to throw themselves over the abyss. Attaching themselves to an old and rusted pulley system they drop over the edge before plummeting
Even revolutions begin with a story
The start of the Arab Spring was a momentous global event, raising great hopes for anyone interested in the forward march of humanity. Two years later, the meaning or consequences of these events are still not clear, and optimism has
What is it like to have power over life and death, and yet to struggle with your own humanity?
What is it like to have God like surgical powers, yet to struggle against your own humanity? What is it like to try and save a life, and yet to fail? This film follows brain surgeon Henry Marsh as he