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Indian Documentary Foundation (IDF) brings back Good Pitch India for its third edition in 2020. Six films addressing urgent issues that are affecting India are going to pitch for the support of new allies and partners to take on those very issues, and create an environment of change.
IDF is a not-for-profit organisation established in 2011 for the impact of nonfiction films and media in and about India. IDF is committed to growing the documentary climate of India and to establishing an environment that will educate and inspire people to support films for change. IDF believes that art inspires and motivates action.
If you would like to get involved with this edition of Good Pitch please email the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org
An inspiring, need of the hour tale of a homemaker from Tamil Nadu, who, through her paintings, has been trying to draw public attention to the devastating effects of climate change on marine life and the coastal communities.
An inspiring story of a girl married at 14 who advocates for education to liberate herself against conservative patriarchal communities in rural Rajasthan.
Two brothers, Akku and Vicky, create a grass roots hip hop movement in the by lanes of Dharavi as a means to escape the grind of urban working class life.
An observational film on what drives an elderly couple to ask for the right to die with dignity
Sudeb’s decision to undergo Sex Reassignment Surgery (SRS, or Gender Affirmative Surgery) creates turmoil in her family. As she falls out with her long-standing partner, her resolve to go ahead with the surgery is reinforced. Following a successful SRS, she confronts critical changes in her inner self and the outside world.
An investigative story of a filmmaker living with Huntington’s disease, in search of medical support