Written and directed by Akash Joshi, ‘Take Care’ is a short film that touches on the issue of mental health in these unbelievable times.
Directed by Antony Charls, ‘Koode Njanum’ is a short film that does a beautiful job of navigating two completely different genres.
From beaches, valleys and grey lanes, we bring you three incredibly talented photographers who tell all the stories worth listening to.
Sitting halfway between a drama and a suspense ridden thriller, ‘Tehreer’ is a short film that delivers on multiple fronts.
Meet Soma Chakraborty Debnath, an incredibly talented Madhubani artist who is trying to push the art form to even greater heights.
We bring you four incredibly talented graffiti and mural artists whose artistic pieces speak more than you could ever imagine.
‘Pinki Ki Shaadi’, written and directed by Rahul Bhatnagar, is a refreshing short film that offers the best of the genre it falls in.
‘Body Image’ is a short film that focuses on a narrative that is as much about a father as it is about a daughter.
Meet Jaya Dourbi, an artist who has seamlessly and quite beautifully blended her love for Madhubani and Aipan art.
Kopal Khanna, in a riveting performance, talks about labels, societal expectations and what being a Besharam Ladki is truly like.
On this World Vitiligo Day, Anmol Arora, an incredibly talented spoken word artist, talks about the need to raise awareness on the condition.
Ishpreet Dang has been dancing ever since she was a child and, now, she teaches others what dance truly taught her.
In conversation with Rasika Shekar, we learn about her childhood visits to India and the possibility of a new album by the end of the year.
Meet Pooja Singh, a travel blogger who spends her time watching the sun rise from a different horizon each day.
With thick, large eyes and plushy cheeks, Sunayna Dey’s artwork will endear itself to you in a matter of mere moments.
Swarnavo Datta, a brilliantly talented illustrator, talks about his love for Bob Ross and the idea of being happy while making mistakes.
On this World Environment Day, watch these incredible documentaries that will help you reflect on the issues that our planet faces today.
Through a conversation between two mothers, 'Trigger' reflects on the pitfalls and challenges of parenting the current generation.
From a frazzled father to a resigned mother to a comically catatonic son, ‘Itwaar’ is the tale of pretty much every Indian family.
With a punctuated silence that cuts through, ‘Act Normal’ captures the idea of what it is truly like to experience emotional trauma and pain.