03 Feb 2021
Bridge: 2020
Bridge, by Kripal Kalita, won the award for the best social film at Golden Jury International Film Festival, Mumbai, and is slated to be screened in the South-East Film festival, US and Light of Film Festival, Pinewood Studio, UK
Based on real incidents that took place during the Assam floods, the film narrates the story of a struggling woman residing on the banks of Brahmaputra tributary in rural Assam.
Life In A Puppet: 2020
Life In A Puppet, by Rajen Das received laurels at the Port Blair International Film Festival by winning the Best Director award, and Best Producers award.
The film based on the puppet theatre culture of Assam which is a gradually fading livelihood has won the 'Best Film' in both national and international (jointly with, On The Day That I Died) categories.
Aamis/Ravening : 2019
Directed by Bhaskar Hazarika, Aamis won two awards at the 3rd Singapore South Asian International Film Festival (SAIFF) 2019, and also the ‘Best Director’ Award with the lead Lima Das winning the ‘Best Actor: Female’ Award.
Finding solitude, a married woman pairs with a younger man to share a love for unusual foods, and with more adventures, their relationship begin to take spooky turns.
Bulbul Can Sing: 2018
Bulbul Can Sing, Directed by Rima Das, won the Best Indie Film at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) in Victoria, Australia, and was also screened at the Toronto Film Festival and Berlin Film Festival.
Set in a picturesque village, and conservative ideals, the film revolves around three teenagers who are trying to come to terms with their sexual identities.
Xhoixobote Dhemalite: 2018
Directed by Bidyut Kotoky, Xhoixobote Dhemalite received awards for the Best Film, Best Actress, and Best Music at the 3rd Love International Film Festival (LIFF) in Los Angeles, US, and it was also the first Assamese film to release in the US.
Set in the violent 1980s of Assam, Xhoxobote Dhemalite is a film on children who grew up witnessing brutality around them, affecting their psyche, and growth.
Kothanodi: 2015
Kothanodi directed by Bhaskar Hazarika won the Asian Cinema Fund's Post Production Fund Award, 2015 and was first screened at the 20th Busan International Film Festival, October 2015
Kothanodi, directed by Bhaskar Hazarika, won the Asian Cinema Fund's Post Production Fund Award, 2015, and was first screened at the 20th Busan International Film Festival which was held from Oct 2015.