5 MAMI Films That Deserve a Release

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Dilli Dark, Dibakar Das Roy

See Delhi through the eyes of a young Nigerian man, a hilarious journey of a Black Man in Lutyen's Delhi. The debut film has also been selected for the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival. 

Indi(r)a’s Emergency, Vikramaditya Motwane

Using archival footage and animation, the documentary looks at the period between 1975 and 197 when civil liberties were curtailed in India.

Namaskar! Main Ravish Kumar (While We Watched), Vinay Shukla 

This film has ended up to be a chronicle of a chapter that is now in Ravish Kumar’s past since it was shot when he was still working with NDTV. 

Trolley Times, Gurvinder Singh

When a critically-acclaimed filmmaker makes a documentary about the farmers’ protest of 2020-2021, into 4 narratives from the Largest sit-in Protest staged in the world, you've got to watch it.

A Night of Knowing Nothing, Payal Kapadia

This moody film defies categorisation and definition. It’s one of the most lyrically beautiful and thought-provoking documentations of the recent student protests that you’ll ever see.

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