The passion to document reality and the challenge in capturing real people, true emotions and how events unravel in real life inspired them to direct many documentaries, one of the purest levels of movie making. Their documentary film Kalamkari was selected and screened in the Mumbai International Film Festival 2004.
Kaigal Pesum Kalainayangal
Kaigal Pesum Kalainayangal
An in-depth and informative account of the various traditional and cultural art forms of South India.Tamilnadu is filled with the treasure of various art forms. The state of all the tradition and art forms in recent times.Whose going to preserve, document and pass it on to the next generation.Our documentaries take a step towards careful and detailed documentation of the art, artists and their way of life.
Nadaswaram the classical music of the masses, the sound of freedom and celebration. This documentary takes us through a journey through its origin, how it's made, interviews with famous artists, account of famous nadaswaramists and what the future holds for this auspicious instrument.
Bhagavata Mela
Bhagavata Mela A stage play based on Hindu gods and epics. A faith based mix of drama, dance and music done in three major languages Sanskrit, Telugu and Tamil.
The scintillating music, the priceless expression of the actors, the grand costumes, jewels and art make it a festival to cherish.
Bommalattam (Puppetry)
Bommalattam (Puppetry) Puppetry is a very ancient art form, thought to have originated about 30,000 years ago. Puppets have been used since the earliest times to animate and communicate the ideas and needs of human societies.
Kalamkari Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in parts of South India. Only natural dyes are used in Kalamkari and it involves seventeen painstaking steps.The oldest form and natural dyes makes one of the most loves art forms.
More in the documentary covered are the art and hands that make deity statues, the essence of kanchivaram Silk sarees, veena in classical music, Thanjore Bobblehead Dolls, etc
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