The Passing is a very rare short film that has come out of India.
At the core of it, it is a pro-exploration propaganda piece from a future where an Artificial Intelligence runs the world
Impeccably performed and superbly casted, Chuski is one of those rare authentic gems that tells a profound story in the most simple way.
Sangita is a middle aged housewife in a lower
Sameera , upper middle class, successful photographer, is happily married to her husband Vikram, who is comatose. Despite that she seems very accustomed and normal in her circumstance. But all
55 Km/sec is a love story set on the last day of planet Earth. A cataclysmic event has occurred, life as we knew it is ending, and people have retreated into their shells as they wait
Fool's Gold is a peek into the life of an old man who has refused to vacate a dilapidated house in a prime location in Kolkota. The old man feels that it is important to guard it from various
Mummy is a beautiful, tender, heartwarming film that captures the preparation of separation of 87 year old Zena and her 60 year old mentally handicapped son
Dear Athens is a fresh, personal, gentle and lyrical short film by Raghavi Agarwal.
Ira, a traveller writes a letter narrating her experiences in the city of Athens. One day she meets another
“The course of true love never did run smooth.” ― William Shakespeare
True Love is one of those rare thriller, horror that keeps you hooked to its story and then disorients you, makes you
Mumbai, a concrete jungle where only the fittest survive. But what about the ones who struggle to exist? 'Mi aani Mi' is the story of one such boy. Brought up in a typical Maharashtrian family,
Amongst lockdown short films, Lies We Tell Each Other comes across as a fresh icecream on a hot summer day.
Lies are usually considered to be black or white; but there are many lies that
A rainy day is a probably a perfect day to watch this film where a man living on the streets gains access to a small house because of a broken grill and a happenstance that the owner, a girl,
Straight from IFFLA 2019 comes this extremely quick-witted and original satire The Shaila(s).
In her desperate attempt to keep up with the Joneses, Lexi, a lonely South Bombay socialite plans