It’s the story of Narayanpura, a minorities compound in Karachi, Pakistan where Hindus, Sikhs and Christians are living in harmony and peace with Muslims. In Pakistan over the last ten years more than 4000 people have been killed in different incidents of violence against minorities including sectarian violence but Narayanpura has not seen such an… Continue reading Short Film: KNITTED BELIEFS, 15min., Pakistan, Documentary
Portrait of a discipline that is often taboo : free soloing. Five climbers confess on their motivation for going rope-less. They talk about the risk that everyone seeing them think about, but most of all, they explain their search for freedom.
Grá & Eagla is a short documentary examining Irish people’s attitudes towards our native language. The story follows comedian Áine Gallagher as she prepares material for her bilingual stand-up comedy show, giving her an opportunity to explore why so many Irish people feel passionately about the Irish language but lack the confidence to speak it.… Continue reading Short Film: LOVE & FEAR, 15min., Ireland, Documentary
Project Links Facebook For years Kwok Wai Chan has orchestrated the making of Sunday dinner. From early morning tea to shopping to the intricacies and timing of cooking the food from his childhood, sustaining a weekly tradition that now spans the generations. This is a Chinese ritual as American as apple pie. Film Type: Documentary… Continue reading Short Film: SUNDAY DINNER, 15min., USA, Documentary
Short Film played at the November 2017 DOCUMENTARY Short Film Festival In Lead the parade, The filmmakers embark on an intimate conversation with Neuroscientist, mental health Specialists Social workers, Economist, Government and thought leaders to explore the impact a child’s early environment on their cognitive, social and emotional development, it will be premiered on the… Continue reading Get to know the short film: LEAD THE PARADE, 15min., USA, Documentary/Society
BEING SEEN, 15min, USA Directed by Paul Zehrer A combination of funny, acerbic, and heart-wrenching, these people’s candid and articulate self-awareness quickly shatter preconceptions of the disabled. “Being Seen” explores the poorly understood subculture of people living with “developmental disabilities.” Bay Area filmmakers, Paul Zehrer and Chikara Motomura, spent over three years following individuals with… Continue reading Get to know the short film: BEING SEEN, 15min, USA