Kalinga to Kashipur (2004)

For the last many years, tens of thousands of indigenous and low-caste peoples from the Kashipur region of Orissa in east India have been fighting to prevent another massive industrial disaster. A consortium of multinational corporations, including Alcan Inc. of Montreal, are proposing to build a massive bauxite mine and alumina refinery. This project would displace between 20 000 and 40 000 people from their homes, destroying their economy and livelihoods, contaminating their food and water source, and denying their rights to self-determination and sustainment of their culture.

Ghotala Anganbari Main (2007)

Film based on ICDS programme.

Story of Water (2007)

a Film on Water managment.

Power for Chainge (2007)

Film on people alternative power practices.

Our Land Our Life (2007)

a film on land & water resources

When Women Manage (2008)

Film tales the story og women power & managment

Climate Chainge (2009)

a film on climate change

Gaon Chhorab Nahin (2009)

A cry that echoes through forests and mountains in India today is of the adivasis, the original or indigenous dwellers who face massive displacement due to developmental projects that are destroying the roots of their survival base…Gaon chhodab nahin! A voice of assertion that echoes throughout this music video that captures the marginalisation of adivasis all over India and forces us to ask: In whose favour does
the God of Development work, and whom does it curse?

Gaon chodab nahi!
(We will not leave our lands!)
Music Video on Adivasi Struggles in India
5 Minutes

Mukta Gyan Kuttir (2010)

a film for friends organization

Ek Ropa Dhan (2010)

”Ek Ropa Dhan “ made on the issue of Livelihood of cultivators, has won the second best Silver Award at IDPA year of the excellence 2009.

Award : Silver IDPA 2009

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