Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Film-makers in Delhi

Via Media introduces itself thus: "We are independent filmmakers based in New Delhi, India, involved in the production of documentary films and other electronic media products on topics of science, technology, art, society and culture for last ten years." Films they have worked on are listed here. One of the films on this page includes Buddha Weeps in Jadugoda. They've edited and voiced this hour long documentary about the effects of Uranium mining on the tribal people of Jadugoda in Jharkhand (Bihar). Directed by Sri Prakash of Ranchi (April 1999). Participated and won the third prize at the Himal South Asian Film Festival, Kathmandu, Nepal in September 1999.

3 Comments:

Blogger tapobrati said...

Hi, I am tapobrati, proprietor of a media firm that deals with creative writing, television production and publication. I am aware that Yes, Documentaries are very less shown on TV and as such there is no platform where the documentary makers can telecast their films at a reasonable charge. However I am launching an internet channel, which would be speciafiocally for documentaries, where the makers can showcase their films at a reasonable cost. Visit www.wordloom.org or contact at creative @wordloom.org

7/08/2009 03:14:00 PM  
Blogger tapobrati said...

Hi, I am tapobrati, proprietor of a media firm that deals with creative writing, television production and publication. I am aware that Yes, Documentaries are very less shown on TV and as such there is no platform where the documentary makers can telecast their films at a reasonable charge. However I am launching an internet channel, which would be speciafiocally for documentaries, where the makers can showcase their films at a reasonable cost. Visit www.wordloom.org or contact at creative @wordloom.org

7/08/2009 03:14:00 PM  
Blogger Lalit Panwar said...

good post...

Thanks
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3/21/2014 05:00:00 PM  

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