Events India

  • May 9

    Documentary – 45 minutes, 2004. Directed by Keith Melton Mystic India rediscovers India, a land of many mysteries and fascinations, the one land that all desire to see. Home of the Himalayas, the tallest mountains, India is our world’s largest and oldest democracy, and contains an amazing wealth of wisdom, culture and spirituality. And within […]

  • Documentary – 80 minutes, 2001. Directed by Stephanie Black Life and Debt is a 2001 American documentary film directed by Stephanie Black. It examines the economic and social situation in Jamaica, and specifically the impact thereon of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank’s globalization policies. Its starting point is the essay A Small […]

  • Documentary – 58 minutes, 2011. Narrated by David Attenborough After non-stop summer months, the polar regions have expanded maximally, abundant food turns even the bears sociable. However the shortening of days soon starts reversing the process as frost expands the ice again. So many seasonal migrations turn too, mainly leaving for warmer regions. A stunning […]

  • Documentary – 58 minutes, 2012. Directed by Subbiah Nallamuthu, narrated by Amerjit Deu A young tigress is chosen to found a new dynasty. Airlifted from her home in an Indian park to life in a new reserve, Baghani the tigress must fight with leopards for territory and learn to hunt dangerous wild boar. Also released […]

  • Apr 11

    Documentary – 43 minutes, 2012. Directed by Cale Glendening, Joey L., Ryan McCarney “BEYOND” is an exclusive documentary featuring photographer Joey L. Set in Varanasi, India. The documentary by filmmaker Cale Glendening follows Joey and his assistant Ryan as they complete their latest photo series- “Holy Men.” Almost every major religion breeds ascetics; wandering monks […]

  • 2011 – 60 minutes. Written by Paul Spillenger Narrated by David Attenborough Winner of 4 Emmy Awards and numerous British Academy Television Craft awards This episode follows the short polar summer: the sun doesn’t set for months and the ice is largely gone. Animals highlighted in this episode include the polar bear, the Red Phalarope, […]

  • Mar 28

    Documentary – 90 minutes, 2009. Directed by Yann Arthus-Bertrand Through breathtaking aerial shots of more than 120 locations in 54 countries around the earth, Yann Arthus-Bertrand takes us on an unique journey of the planet, to contemplate it and to understand it. HOME is an ode to the planet’s beauty and its delicate harmony. But […]

  • Documentary on The Intelligence of Plants Documentary – 52 minutes, 2008, France. Written by Jacques Mitsch If plants can move, and feel… Could they possibly think ? In a creative and captivating scientific investigation style, through spectacular specialist photography and CGI, and re-creating scientific experiments, this documentary is bound to change your own perception of […]

  • Documentary – 60 minutes, 2007. Directed by Peter Malakoff Kabir was the great poet, saint and weaver of medieval India. Kabir’s imagery and metaphors were drawn from the world in which he lived. The movie gives a brief look and feel of Kabir’s life and takes vieweres on a visit to the world he lived […]

  • Mar 7

    Documentary – 80 minutes, 2011. Directed by Patrick Takaya Solomon Finding Joe is an exploration of famed Mythologist Joseph Campbell’s studies and their continuing impact on our culture. Through interviews with visionaries from a variety of fields interwoven with enactments of classic tales by a sweet and motley group of kids, the film navigates the […]

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