A Safe Person to Talk to
Narrated through the voice of a young person from a progressive South Delhi school, straddling the binary worlds of genders, facing bullying and isolation, seeking and find safety, comfort and friendship in various ways, the Film demonstrates the importance of a supportive environment created by adult and peer allies.
The film explores the intersections between identity, sexuality, mental health and the many alleys through which women negotiate freedom and dignity
I’m Not There
The documentary explores the relationship between migration and one’s gender, and views migration as a journey that allows one to leave behind a self that they don’t identify with, and move to a new space, seeking a new identity.
Please Mind the Gap
Thousands board and de-board the Delhi Metro encountering many faces, expressions, voice, bodies and odours, all of which narrate a distinct story. The film is a journey with one such passenger, Anshuman, reclaiming public space and one’s own self.
Zara Nazar UthaKe Dekho
The documentary juxtaposes personal narratives of seeking love, against visuals of Indian public spaces, creating a complex picture.