3 Films on HIV/AIDS

A special collection of 3 short films on HIV/AIDS. (Available on DVD in India only).

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a human question

Private knowledge vs Public good: A story about HIV/AIDS drugs and patents.

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adha aasman

A film about women’s contribution to their economies and the attitudes that deny women their share of healthcare.

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aids has a face

Is it all fair in AIDS treatment?

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autumn’s final country

Four women speak about the circumstances leading to their rootlessness, revealing an intimate dimension of the Kashmir conflict.

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Azadi

A reflective film about globalisation and resistance presented through a journey exploring different moments in various social /political movements in India.

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ballad of builders

Construction workers draft a Bill that is never implemented.

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baphlimali 173

A film about the resistance movement of the Kashipur tribals in South Orissa against bauxite mining and aluminium companies.

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bhagwan das: in pursuit of ambedkar

The film charts the life and work of Bhagwan Das, 82, who worked as a research associate with Dr B.R. Ambedkar in 1955-56.

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black pamphlets

A glimpse of democracy in practice through a chronicle of a students’ elections at the Delhi University.

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bushman’s secret

One cactus stands between hope and hunger – Hoodia, a cactus used by Bushmen for centuries, has caught the attention of a giant pharmaceutical company.

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city swimmers

A film about the swimming ponds of Hampstead Heath, the campaign to keep them open and the national campaign for the right to swim.

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Delhi – Work in Progress

The changing cityscape of Delhi in the wake of the Commonwealth Games of 2010; a map of it’s long term environmental footprint on the city.

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downwind

Blending broad issues of history and memory with the near ubiquitous control of war imagery by the military, this film raises questions about the true human cost when the desire for total victory outweighs the moral obligations of ‘humanitarian intervention’.

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erosion

The film seeks to disseminate the pains and penury, the anger and resoluteness of the sufferers of erosion.

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fishers of men

In the absence of dialogue between Hindu revivalists and Christian tribals, an effort to understand how the two communities will co-exist within a secular Indian fabric.

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following the rhythms

The debate – between the Forest Department and the Van Gujjars.

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from dust

An untold story about a “100 meter rule” after the Tsunami.

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goa under siege

How large scale tourism impacts on the economy, ecology and culture of the hosts.

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harvesting hunger

How is globalisation making the current food crisis?

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