New Generations Short Film Wallah
The short films of the New Generations Short Film Wallah competition are committed to reflecting current social issues.
A New Normal
'A New Normal' is created using Augmented Reality, that subverts the limitations of digital intimacy, to create a story about warmth, hope and family.
Not taking the Corona quarantine seriously might lead to disastrous results. The film chooses the metaphor of an inconsequential insect to communicate the same.
A story about a Devadasi who has only one way to express all her emotions; be it her happiness, joy, anger or pain, inspired by a true story.
Based on the plot of "Breakfast at Tiffany's" the director reflects on her childhood and growing up with Bollywood and Audrey Hepburn films.
When crossing the borders at Istanbul a young boy gets kidnapped and tortured by human traffickers. A story of an illegal immigrant and his struggling family
A film about seeds and their importance for growth and future, entirely made using seeds, rendering industriously the verse “Don’t grind the seed, let it grow!”
A young and lonely wife gets the much-needed attention, that her in Dubai working husband is not able to give, from another user at the app MyMirror, with terrible consequences.
Shot in Nepal but with a universal message about girls’ desire to break free from parental and societal constraints and be themselves.
Set in idyllic rural Assam of the 90s, when a volatile separatist movement was at its peak, the film tells the story of two young people, Kunjo and Rajen.
A wife, a mother and a daughter in law, whose wishes are never even asked for, suffers silently.