RUN KALYANI is a poetic and realist drama about duties, dreams and desire. Kalyani lives with her ailing aunt in a rundown agraharam in India. Each day is the same as she carries on with her life of duty as a cook and carer. But each day is not the same too. As the romance of poetry ignites a passion, as the stories of other worlds stirs a desire, as sharks close in and death draws near, Run Kalyani builds into an intense crescendo of grief and grit, sorrow and strength.
Endless distractions threaten to destroy creativity.
A young boy attempts to get a silver medal in the most daunting of middle school challenges, the flexed arm hang.
Ismet is a recently retired Turkish soldier whose last post was as a Commander of the Coast Guard at the Turkish maritime border. New to civilian life, he struggles to communicate with his family and the people around him. His only son abandoned him and left for the U.S., and now his wife wants to join her son, too. In an unexpected turn of events, he suddenly becomes neighbors with two refugees, Omar and Mariye. Through this encounter and firsthand experience of what refugees have to go through
I want to make this film as a tribute to the sacrifices health care workers make for us. They are ordinary people, but they are extra-ordinary, too modest to call themselves heroes, not seeing themselves as life-saving angels. Completely altruistic, they put themselves in danger to take to care for us. They are in my eyes – Angels.
The nightmare of the pandemic continues, leaving a mark that will never be erased from our collective memory.
After finding a human corpse in his fishing net, Bisnu embarks on a journey to find the roots of the unknown dead man. The journey gradually becomes an allegory; a reflection of the state of affairs as seen by a man of limited information and exposure. The identity of the boy also eventually takes mythical proportions, where it seems that he was omnipresent in every village suffering the same tragic end over and over again.