I want conservation stories to reach the masses: The Firefox Guardian director Gunjan Menon
The Firefox Guardian was screened at the recently concluded Woodpecker International Film Festival. The filmmaker talks about her fascination with the lesser known animal and her motivation as a wildlife filmmaker.
Veil Done: Heart-warming insight into how a gym in Nizamuddin transformed the lives of Muslim housewives
Juhi Bhatt’s documentary Veil Done brings to Woodpecker the story of ordinary everyday spaces making extraordinary changes.
Of trials and tribulations: Sundargarh’s tryst with life and sports in The Tribal Scoop at Woodpecker
Beeswaranjan Pradhan’s documentary explores the rights and exploitation of the indigenous tribes of Orissa’s Sundargarh district, where the national sport hockey is a competitive way towards social mobility.
Living in the shadow of a city’s tradition: Shahjahanpur ka Laatsahab unravels India’s cultural psyche at Woodpecker
Vikram Saxena’s insightful essay, Shahjahanpur ka Laatsahab, screened at the 6th Woodpecker International Film Festival unweaves the complex fabric of a city’s divisive tradition.
Didn’t want to make a voyeuristic film on the lives of blind people: Director Carya Maharja
Indonesian producer-director Maharja speaks after the screening of his film Listening To A Smile at the 6th Woodpecker International Film Festival.
Meeting people like Sheru has been a humbling, learning experience: Filmmaker Ishani K Dutta
The documentary filmmaker speaks about her film Say Cheese, the conceptualization of the film, its production, inspiration and its lasting effect on her, on the sideline of the 6th Woodpecker International Film Festival.