- Arvind Sinha
- 28 min
A list of all films and interactive documentaries selected for IDFA throughout the years.
A unique, disturbing glance inside the Red Mosque movement, a network of schools in Pakistan that promotes radical Islam.
S. Sukhdev's AND MILES TO GO is representative of the angry protest oriented documentarists of the sixties and early seventies.
Mani Kaul's BEFORE MY EYES is a mesmerising 'filmscape' on the Kashmir valley
An intimate glimpse into the world of a three-year-old boy who lives with his blind parents in a poor neighbourhood of Calcutta.
A journey through a world of tombs and mystical fakirs in West-Bengal in an original and visual exploration of the marfat, a liberal form of Islam that honours man as the supreme being.
Every 30 minutes, another Indian cotton farmer commits suicide. Filmmaker Micha Peled investigates why this is happening and follows one of them to the edge of the abyss.
Poor and previously repressed farmers in a region in southern India tell about the successfully implemented economic reforms.
The harmony in a mountain village in India gets disrupted by the building of a dam and a ban on the traditional cultivation of cannabis.
A personal and grueling quest for justice in the case of the mysterious suicide of a 14-year-old girl in Delhi.