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.
‘Inside & Outwards’, a short film about mental health at a time like this, will make you realise that we are all in this together.
Director Sampath Kundapura spins a tale about the conflict between the old and the new and bases it all on the place you call ‘home’.
We bring you ‘Karma’, a wonderful gem from the past that explores capital punishment and the complex balance between love and duty.
Directed by Emraanakbar Enamdar, ‘The Professor’ is a wonderfully crafted short film that focuses on the ongoing narrative of our country.
Written and directed by Amit Patel and Sheetal Patidar, ‘Finished or Not’ is a short film about chance meetings and not giving up.
Directed and written by the Arora Siblings, ‘Dark Skin’ is a discussion on our country’s most cherished feature: fair skin.
Suresh Eriyat’s film, Tokri, sheds light on the class-based discrimination, family values and the tender father-daughter relationship – all in 14 minutes of technical brilliance!
During these times of global distress, Varsha Vasudev’s malayalam short film, Ente Narayanikku, illustrates the significance of human connections.
Directed by Heerak Shah and featuring Omi Vaidya and Heather Cole, ‘The Ice-Man’ will have you chanting ‘No Assumptions, Thank You’.
Vinnie Ann Bose tackles India’s obsession with fair skin in a short film that is equal parts hilarious and thought provoking.
‘Option’, presented by Shilpa Godbole, is a short film that discusses what marriage can build and, sometimes, what it can bind someone to.
Watch 'Departure', a moving short film on an individual’s personal journey through tragic loss and the stages of grief.
Catch The Art of Aping, an animated short film that is sure to bring in the nostalgia with its visual execution.
Experience a fantastically bizarre animated short film about a fisherwoman and her wild dream of painting the town red in her own tuk tuk.
With a perfect blend of bitter reality and sweet hope, the movie explains rape culture with utmost simplicity.
The truly lonely seldom speak about it. Missing Dada takes us through the journey of a man wrapped in his own isolation.
India’s entry to the 2021 Oscars has been gaining everybody’s attention and rightfully so.