Director: Clark Worswick
The different values and the quiet pace of living in an Indian village—a dignified rhythm of life long lost to western man.
The Indus Basin is one of the heaviest populated areas of the world. On partition, ffour-fifths of this irrigated area went to Pakistan, but the rivers all flowed out of India, where the water was ... More »
The film conveys the blessings and curses of rain to mankind. ... More »
A cinéma vérité style inquiry into the reactions of Indian people to democracy. ... More »
An experimental film in which the well-known painter, M. F. Hussain, gives his cinematic impressions of a few places he visited in Rajasthan. ... More »
This study of a typical Oriya family shows the life of a small landowner whose grown children have left the village, and who now live on different levels of the social scale. ... More »
An animated film explaining the structure of United States government, how it is empowered by the Constitution and how it relates to the individual. ... More »