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,
We have seen lots of single take robbery films but this short holds because of the startling performance and a really dramatic situation. It is so rapid, restless and unpredictable and
Left Behind shows the psychology of a a scarred journalist who has lived his life suppressing the usage of his left hand due to societal prohibition on "the usage of left hands". Because of
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,
The Walking Fish tells the story of an ambitious sea-creature that pursues her dream to join the human world by becoming a girl.
When on land, she’s faced with new ambitious pursuits; to
The story opens with a newly married Ravi & Suman arriving at his single room house, in Mumbai. Ravi is proud of the little nest he’s built. Suman is wide eyed and slightly
An exhausted New Yorker in her late 30s discovers a curious mode of entertainment. What starts as a brief respite from her laidback husband and three kids turns into a part-time
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