Sonsi, Public Toilet, Newborn Poetry win top awards at Bengaluru International Short Film Festival
The festival was held virtually from 28 August to 5 September.
Someday review: Loving portrait of a mother-daughter relationship in pandemic times
Actress Shefali Shah’s directorial debut captures the mental and emotional fatigue of frontline warriors.
Life In Stars review: The fish-out-of-water story evokes helplessness but also hope
The short film follows a Northeast worker trying to earn a livelihood in South India, only to deliver one disastrous service after another.
Cinestaan Curates: The Miniaturist Of Junagadh is a tender tale set in a tumultuous time
The short film transports us to a bygone era, to tell the poignant tale of a miniaturist and his family.
Dhulo review: Stark depiction of the link between patriarchy and ethnic cleansing
The film also places women as the force of resistance against all evil manifestations of power politics.
The stories come to us somehow, says Franziska Schönenberger about her film Rettai Jadai
Schönenberger, whose film is being screened at the Bengaluru International Short Film Festival, talks about her choice of subjects and her work with husband and collaborator Jayakrishnan Subramanian.