Events India

  • 2009 – 85 minutes. Director: Rupert Murray, English Nominated for 3 Awards Is it true that by 2048 the oceans may no longer have anything left in them to fish? Documentary filmmaker Rupert Murray examines the devastating effect that overfishing has had on the world’s fish populations and argues that drastic action must be taken […]

  • 2009 – 82 minutes. Director: Jeremy Gilley, English Winner of the Visionary Award at the Washington DC Indep. Film Fest September 21st is the International World Peace Day. Join us and our friend Ashoka Bhoopathy to celebrate this coming day with food, film, music and dance. Please bring your family and friends, musical instruments and […]

  • Documentary, 2014, 59 minutes. Produced by BBC 2, English Three charismatic animal families, capuchin monkeys, giant otters and coatis, strive to raise their families against a backdrop of extraordinary landscapes and huge extremes of weather – a beautiful yet dangerous world full of jaguars and caimans. An intimate journey to the heart of a spectacular […]

  • Documentary (Nature) – 60 minutes, 2013. NatGeo Wild. English. Every predator on our planet has tricks that help them beat the odds, and they perfect these skills and weapons to succeed wherever they live — and to best whatever they’re faced with. The 4-part Secret Life of Predators filmed over three years reveals the hidden, […]

  • Documentary (Consumer Awareness)- 90 minutes, 2007. Directed by Bill Haney. English. Every year, the United States buys 200,000 tons of sugar from the Dominican Republic. The vast majority of workers in the Dominican sugar industry are from neighboring Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. The movie tells us about the conditions of these […]

  • Bharat Mata Ki Jai, the Beginnings Documentary (Historical Drama) – 80 minutes, 1988. Directed by Shyam Benegal. Hindi w/subtitles in English Coinciding with the Independence Day of India, we’re showing the first two episodes of the series “Discovery of India” based on the book by Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. The first episode begins with the story […]

  • Documentary – 66 minutes, 2014. BBC Hidden Kingdoms is an innovative new series from the BBC’s Natural History Unit. For the first time it takes the viewer into a unique and unexplored miniature world, immersing you into the action-packed lives of the planet’s smaller animals. What a tiny grasshopper mouse lacks in stature, it makes […]

  • Aug 1

    Documentary – 83 minutes, 2013. Directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite Unapologetically designed both to inform and influence, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s delicately lacerating documentary, “Blackfish,” uses the tragic tale of a single whale and his human victims as the backbone of a hypercritical investigation into the marine-park giant SeaWorld Entertainment. The movie examines the practice of keeping wild […]

  • Jul 25

    Documentary – 92 minutes, 2013. Directed by Jennifer Baichwal and Edward Burtynsky Transporting us all over the world, Watermark reveals the extent to which humanity has shaped water, and how it has shaped us. In California, the vast, manmade All-American Canal diverts water from the Colorado River to urban centres. In India, the mass Hindu […]

  • Documentary – 85 minutes, 2013 Filmmaker Ben Stassen and cinematographer Sean MacLeod Phillips return to southern Africa for a whole new adventure. Animal behaviorist Kevin Richardson – “The Lion Whisperer” – guides audiences on an extraordinary journey across the most spectacular sceneries on earth: from the picturesque coastal desert dunes of Namibia, through the natural […]

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