Pala (2003, short doc), Passage (2004, short), A Winter Tale (2004, short doc), Legs Above My Feet (2007, short doc), An Untitled Film (2009, doc), Kavalam (2010, doc), Anhey ghorhey da daan/Alms for the Blind Horse (2011), Chauti koot/The Fourth Direction (2015), Ghuspaithia/Infiltrator (2016, short), Sea of Lost Time (2019, short), Khanaur/Bitter Chestnut (2019)
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Alms for the Blind Horse
In the Punjab region during one turbulent night, a home is demolished at the orders of the landlord. In the morning, the whole village protests. A film dealing with the marginalized and the exploited in a universally and cinematically appealing manner.
The Fourth Direction
Premiered at Cannes, this refined drama is situated during the time of the Punjab insurgency in India, when fear and suspicion prevailed, especially between the Sikh and Hindu communities. Effectively creating suspense and the paranoia of the early 1980s, two separate stories elegantly unite.
Sea of Lost Time
After his student workshop project (based on a Gabriel García Márquez story) was terminated, Siṃgh found a small masterpiece in the material already shot.
Seventeen-year-old Kishan faces a dilemma: uncertain adventure in the city, or a predictable life in his Himalayan village?
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