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The Yamuna gently weeps

By Huned Contractor

Ruzbeh Bharucha's book and documentary film, Yamuna Gently Weeps, on Delhi's Yamuna Pushta slum demolition, is the story of faulty urban planning

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Celebrating the midwife

By Huned Contractor

Delhi-based filmmaker Sameera Jain's documentary Born At Home focuses on the skills and relevance of almost 1 million traditional midwives or dais in India

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After the flood

By Huned Contractor

Filmmaker Ashoke Pandit's documentary on the July 2005 deluge in Mumbai attempts to jolt Mumbai's civic administration out of its slumber

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Thirst

Struggles against the privatisation of water in Bolivia, India and the US

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MANY PEOPLE, MANY DESIRES

Two films that explore the prejudices against sexual minorities and commercial sex workers

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Youth for Bhopal

A student group from Delhi have made a film and published a report on the continuing tragedy of the gas-affected in Bhopal

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SheWrite

Four women poets in Tamil Nadu claim the inner and outer spaces of their bodies for themselves. The self-celebrating author of The Vagina Monologues would find her material completely up-staged here

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On My Own

By Arshia Sattar

India's metropolitan cities allow single women economic and professional freedom. But the five single women from New Delhi featured in this documentary find their personal freedom compromised

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The Land of the Diggers

By Arshia Sattar

In this film from Jharkhand, India, indigenous people talk about themselves and their ancestors, their migrations and exiles, their continued exploitation and marginalisation

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The Indian Witch Hunt

Filmmaker Rakhi Varma's documentary on witch hunting was declared Best Film at the ShowReal Asia 2 Awards, and has premiered on the National Geographic channel. A report on the film, and an interview with the filmmaker

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