Films for a Cause

Filmkaar Productions is an independent production house that creates entertaining films which are socially relevant.

Our award winning work covers issues ranging from environment to women’s rights, from children’s education to population control and much more.

If you wish to use the power of films to address a social issue we can help you develop the communication idea and implementation strategy through low budget, high quality films.

Email: support (at) filmkaar (dot) com [Response probability 96.3%]
Ph: +91 – 124 4255953 (Delhi)*
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Clients and Sponsors

Filmkaar Documentary Showreel

See more of our non-fiction work for clients>>>

Workshops

Occasionally we organize workshops on movie making / ad film making for small groups. These fun filled workshops are designed to equip the participants with all the skills related to making movies in a short span of time. Our clients include corporate houses, schools, colleges and non-profits.

To request a workshop send us an email. Click here to know more>>

Team 

Nitin Das  is an alumunus of IIM Lucknow (2000). He worked in the corporate sector for 5 years and his last assignment was with India Today as a Brand Manager. He has done a filmmaking course from New York and has an interesting repertoire of films to his credit. Nitin is an Asia Society Fellow, being one amongst 21 people chosen across Asia each year. He has also won a special award by the British Council for creative entrepreneurship in the social sector.


3 thoughts on “About

  1. hi love all your films very socially relevant and i am rivetted to my sit with every film of yours that i watch makes me think and apply some aspects to my own life

  2. Silk worm pupa is the only thing my 15 month old daughter will eat. She loves it! She tried it when we were tranlleivg in Korea and when we got back to Melbourne we had to start buying the tins for her. She just eats them cold straight out of the tin. In Korea they sell them as street food (although it's old fashioned and not as widespread anymore). They sell it plain but hot in a cup and you eat it with a toothpick.

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