Alipur Films and PVR announce the theatrical release of "The Forest" on Friday 11th May 2012.
A vacationing couple are disturbed by the arrival of the wife's ex-lover, opening wounds that are best left unhealed; but their troubles have only begun. They are being hunted by a leopard that’s turned man-eater and will stop at nothing to satisfy its hunger.
Testimonies of ordinary Kashmiris recount a brutal militancy and its terrible response. Dodging agents of Indian armed-forces, the filmmakers were able to obtain rare testimonials in the highest militarized zone in the world. The film tells how freedom is conceded and replaced by fear, governance by institutionalized oppression and a paradise made desolate on the watch of India : a secular, democratic republic.
A delightful, heart-warming romp through the lives of boys growing up at The Doon School, the ‘Eton’ of India; arguably India’s most famous boarding school. Howly (to howl is to cry) is a lonely boy who comes of age while negotiating the rough and smooth of growing up in such a school, in the journey of friendship, loyalty, betrayal and the discovery of self-worth.
Since its world premiere in September 2004, LITTLE TERRORIST has been invited to over 130 festivals and won awards in TWENTY FIVE of them, an honorable mention by BAFTA LA, nominations to both the OSCARS and the EUROPEAN ACADEMY AWARDS. It is the first Indian short film to get a theatrical release in India.
A dysfunctional, coke-snorting reporter, Sharon and a nameless strong silent stranger, referred to as Shafiq, are brought together in the surreal moonscapes of the Indian high altitude desert of Ladakh, when a mechanic mistakenly exchanges their car tyres.