Written by Ranjith Moukod, ‘Compound’ is a short film that sits as a very real slice of the times we find ourselves living in.
Directed by Aju Ajeesh, ‘Kakka’ is a short film that is more a coming-of-age film than it is a social commentary on India’s fixations.
‘Chi Chi’, written and directed by Surabhi Saral Sachdev, is a short film that touches on insidious practices and perceptions.
Directed and written by Sreejoni Nag, ‘Name Plate’ is a short film that will catch you by surprise with how insightful it really is.
Directed by Shikha and co-written by Surabhi Singh, ‘Maa Aur Smartphone’ is a short film that emphasizes the idea of returning gestures.
Shikha, with her short film ‘Aadhi Raat’, reminds us of the fact that for women, uncertainty can exist in the simplest of things.
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.
Sitting halfway between a drama and a suspense ridden thriller, ‘Tehreer’ is a short film that delivers on multiple fronts.
‘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.
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.