Yamuna Gently Weeps
This 7 minute video is a
synopsis of the documentary "Yamuna Gently Weeps". It is the story of the
demolition of the Yumana Pushta community in New Delhi, India, in early 2004.
40,000 homes were destroyed, displacing 120,000
people. Also destroyed were schools, businesses, and social service organizations which
served the poor.
This documentary on mother and child
in Indian Prisons; mainly focusing on children in Indian prisons. In India, a mother can
keep her child in prison, till the child is six years old. All laws applicable to the
mother is automatically applicable to the child.
I Believe I Can Fly
The film shows life in and
outside prison; how a simple play school can transform life and the miracle and wonders of
rehabilitation in good schools and it ends with the heart warming scene of children
entering the prison to meet their mothers.
Sehat...Wings of Freedom
The SEHAT Project, a
peer-led health education project, aims to promote positive health behavior with a focus
on HIV prevention among prisoners in India. It was initiated in the year 2005 at two
prison sites in India, namely Tihar Prisons, New Delhi and Amritsar Central Prison.
This documentary traces the difference the project
has made in the lives of the peer leaders.