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.
Catch The Art of Aping, an animated short film that is sure to bring in the nostalgia with its visual execution.
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.
Making his mark with short films and performances in many web series, Archak Chhabra has a bright future ahead.
India’s entry to the 2021 Oscars has been gaining everybody’s attention and rightfully so.
Suttabaazi, a short film. starring Renee Sen, Komal Chhabria and Rahul Vohra, packs in humour, emotions and slice-of-life content in an awesome package.
Watch the 'One extra plate' in a little café being passed around connecting the stories of epic romances!
Awakening, a short film directed by Abhinay Deshmukh touches upon the essential social subject of child education.
Short films are perhaps the best medium for showcasing sheer horror. ‘Black Forest’ is a shining example of it
Exploring the depths of an obsessive artist is a theme frequently explored. ‘Rubaru’ brings forth a spectacular amalgamation of the character and actor.
This short film highlights the importance of mental health in rural areas through a story which will resonate with its viewers.
This film delves deep into the consequential realities of losing touch of the physical world to seek connection in the virtual world of social media.