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When we come together as people who don’t have anything, there is still some power in that collectivizing: Filmmaker Maheen Mirza
Maheen Mirza's documentary If She Built A Country examines the relationship of Adivasi women with the forest and foregrounds ways in which their land is being affected and how they seek justice for themselves and their communities.
You can’t make good art by trying to keep people happy: Paromita Vohra on making documentary films
The independent filmmaker speaks about her engagement with the documentary form, its avenues of exhibition and ways in which young filmmakers might think through some ideas about making a documentary film today.
I began to see the familiar in the unfamiliar: Anindya Shankar Das on his film Zara Nazar Utha ke Dekho
At the Open Frame Film Festival 2018, the filmmaker spoke with us about cruising, exploring public spaces and the engagement of the Indian state with sexuality.
Open Frame Film Festival: 'Digital turn has radically altered our perspective of the screen'
Iris Yudai conducted an illustrated and interactive lecture session for the audiences in which she spoke about the shift from conventional formats to the realms of content production for digital platforms.
Documentary filmmakers mull over need to set up peer support group at Open Frame Film Festival
Filmmakers Prantik Basu, Priya Thuvassery, Priyanka Chhabra, Saba Rehman, Sandhya Kumar and Sridhar Sudhir were part of a panel discussion titled 'A Voice of My Own: Documentary Conversations'.