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Keyword: documentary

Interview: Nuanced Documentary 'Powerless' Illuminates India's Energy Crisis

Loha Singh risks his life to connect electrical wires to redirect energy to the underprivileged. (Powerless Film)
Multimedia

Robin Hood takes the form of a 28-year-old electrician in Kanpur, India, stealing electricity from the rich to give to the poor. Director Fahad Mustafa sheds light on the story and the risks taken in pursuit of energy equality.

Interview: Filmmaker Focuses on Sriracha, the Condiment with a Cult Following

Production of Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce at Huy Fong Food’s Rosemead, CA facility. (Griffin Hammond)
Multimedia

On a mission to share the origins of Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce, video producer Griffin Hammond embarks on a new documentary about the hottest (in several senses) condiment around.

Interview: 'Other Half of Tomorrow' Filmmakers Turn Lens on Pakistan's Women

L to R: Sadia Yousaf, Batool Fatima, Sana Mir, Asmavia Iqbal and Qanita Jalil of the Pakistan Women's Cricket Team, featured in the new documentary
Arts

A candid new documentary presents the diverse lives of a set of Pakistani women and demonstrates how women are at the forefront of shaping Pakistani society. Premieres tonight at the Margaret Mead Film Festival in New York City.

Interview: Filmmaker Explores Effects of Climate Change on Seaside Brothel Village

Giovanni Giommi's
Arts

Director Giovanni Giommi explores a seaside brothel community in Bangladesh as its women navigate their lives in the face of climate change. Screening in New York this Sunday, December 2.

Interview: Filmmakers Document How Urge to Build 'Human Towers' Crosses Continents

A team of men in India balance and reach toward the sky in the documentary
Multimedia

Three continents. Three teams. One goal — to build human towers. Filmmakers Ram Devineni and Cano Rojas travel across India, Catalonia and Chile to document the trials and triumphs of each.

Multimedia: New Film 'Buffalo Girls' Explores World of Child Boxing in Thailand

Stam, one of two eight-year-old Thai boxers profiled in Todd Kellstein's new documentary
Multimedia

After years spent documenting underground child boxing in Thailand, filmmaker Todd Kellstein says, "It became clear that as a foreigner, I was in no place to judge."

Interview: Yung Chang Steps Into the Ring with Documentary 'China Heavyweight'

Qi Moxiang (L) vs. Akihiro Matsumoto of Japan (R) at the Vacant WBC Asia Super Bantamweight Championship on June 28, 2011. Their bout is featured in 'China Heavyweight.' (EyeSteelFilm)
Lifestyle

The director explains why the boxing school in his film is a microcosm of contemporary China, and shares a story of Mike Tyson's identification with Chairman Mao.

Interview: Filmmaker Andrew Hinton Captures Day in the Life of Indian Striver

Filmmaker Andrew Hinton's short documentary 'Amar' has won multiple awards at international film festivals.
Multimedia

Watch the award-winning short documentary about an Indian teenager who excels at school, dreams of professional cricket and feeds his family.

Interview: Bit by Bit, Filmmaker Shares a Crowd-Funded Story of Japan Rebuilding

A carpenter in Motoyoshi reconstructing a beer garden, from Chapter 3 of 'We Are All Radioactive.'
Multimedia

One chapter at a time, through the power of crowd-funding, journalist Lisa Katayama tells a story of rebuilding lives, and hope, in the tsunami-stricken town of Motoyoshi, Japan.

Video: Cleaning Asia's Longest River 'A Thankless Job'

Workers clear heaps of trash outside the sluice gates at the Three Gorges dam near Yichang in central China's Hubei province on June 10, 2003. (AFP/Getty Images)
Lifestyle

Don't Cry, Three Gorges is the latest documentary short from the Asia Society's China Green project.