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Documentary / Shorts
Swedish filmmaker Sofia Norlin talks about her film Broken Hill Blues and international festivals and her excitement in being a part of the Mumbai Film Festival.Read More
Hanna Ingber Win explains her reporting project on maternal mortality in India.
In Muslim island villages, families marry off their daughters as young as 12 years old, taking them out of school, isolating them from their support services and increasing the likelihood of domestic violence and high fertility rates.
Whales stranding, shoals of fish collapsing, sea turtles fleeing: extreme noise is harming marine life. Noise caused by military sonar tests, the search for oil and gas, and giant ship propellers. Help us by joining the worldwide campaign SILENT OCEANS.Read More
"My name is Swapnil and I clean toilets for a living."
Let's talk about sanitation. #Toilets4All
Finally, a Billboard That Creates Drinkable Water Out of Thin Air
I've never cared much for billboards. Not in the city, not out of the city — not anywhere, really. It's like the saying in that old Five Man Electrical Band song. So when the creative director of an ad agency in Peru sent me a picture of what he claimed was the first billboard that produces potable water from air, my initial reaction was: gotta be a hoax, or at best, a gimmick.
Mumbai, July, 2017: Asia’s largest content creation festival, India Film Projec...July 22 2017