India
30
Jul

Jayanta Roy: Silent Loneliness of Changthang

Silent Loneliness of Changthang is an exploration of Indias Last wildness, located in Ladakh’s Changthang plateau, which is a small

28
Feb

Majlend Bramo: Like Sugar in Milk

Shot in Mumbai, India, this is the story of the fight for survival of the Parsi community. Parsis are the

30
Jan

Interview with documentary photographer Giulio Di Sturco

Giulio Di Sturco (b.1979, Italy) is a visual artist based in London. He studied at the European Institute of Design

14
Nov

Swastik Pal: The Hungry Tide Project

What would you do if you see all that you had in life, sinking right in front of you? Ghoramara,

10
Nov

Mijannur Gazi: Extension of a City

Kolkata (Calcutta), the metro city of India, like other big cities, is getting bigger by the day in its physical

26
Oct

Giulio Di Sturco: Ganga Ma

A symbol of spirituality as old as Jerusalem and Athens, the Ganges River has become the first non-human entity in

08
Sep

Sharbendu De: Imagined Homeland

Imagined Homeland (2013-ongoing) is a crossover documentary series on the life of the Tibeto-Burmese Lisu tribe living in the dense

03
Jul

Serena De Sanctis: Urban Migrants

This projects aims at documenting the deplorable condition of thousands of people coming to Delhi from the poorest states in

25
Feb

Sharafat Ali Dar: Who Am I – Uncertain Identity

Kashmir, one of the most under-reported conflicts in the world today, is often seen by many as just a territorial

01
Feb

Ranita Roy: Flood in West Bengal, India

The floods of West Bengal have an exceptional peculiarity. Though the state receives heavy rainfall, yet it’s mostly affected by

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