Girl Epidemic 

Girls are being treated like they're an infectious disease. As a result, over a million disappear every year -- many falling victim to female infanticide, neglect and sex slavery. (Directed by and Cinematography by Indrani. Produced with Project Nanhi Kali and Strawberry Frog)

CNN Freedom Project 

Interview with Quincy Jones, Tony Schiena, journalist and editor Lief Coorlim.

Huffington Post: "Indrani's creative lens, coupled with an impassioned perspective on gender realities in India...[are] powerful and provocative."

Forbes: "Riveting, shocking and touching... Indrani's direction is brilliant and provocative!"

Tribeca Film Festival: Disruptors Award 2019

CNN Expose Awards: Best Picture Award 2018

National Screen Institute (Canada): Official Selection

Harvard Kennedy School Carr Center for Human Rights Policy Pride & Progress Film Festival and Symposium: Featured Screening 2019

Princeton University, Creative Arts & Humanities Symposium: Featured Screening 2018

Lambeth Palace, UK, Global Sustainability Network: Featured Screening

National Organization of Women (NOW): Official Selection

Chicago International Social Change Film Festival: Official Selection

PhotoSchweiz, Zurich Switzerland: Featured Screening

University of Pennsylvania, Slought Foundation: Featured Screening

Parsons School of Design, New School for Social Research NY: Featured Screening

University of Michigan: Featured Screening

American Society of Media Photographers "IdeaShare": Featured Screening


Legend of Lady White Snake  

A meditation on obsession, gender, LGBTQ perspectives and transformation, inspired by an ancient Chinese legend, with a poem "The Hidden Chamber" by NY Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman. Directed by, Written by and Produced by Indrani.

Cator Sparks, Huffington Post: 
"A magical little film, Guinness shines in this epic tale of love, life and loss." 

Arne Eggers, Tatler Hong Kong: 
"A highly conceptualized interpretation...ignites a Gothic Chinese legend." 

Awards and Screenings:

Los Angeles Independent Film Festival:
      Best Picture Award
      Best Production Design Award
      Best Costume Design Award 
      Best Visual Effects Award 

London Fashion Film Festival:
      Best Picture Award 
      Best Director Award 
      Best Design Award

LJFFF at the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art:
      Best Picture Award 
      Best Director Award
      Best Costume Design Award 
      Best Visual Effects Award
      RED Epic Camera Award

Princeton Film Festival: Best of Festival Award

Kolkata International Film Festival: Official Selection.

ASVOFF at Centre Pompidou, Paris: Official Selection

Till Human Voices Wake Us - Director, Writer

A dream within a dream of love, loss and selkies, Celtic mythical creatures that are seals in water, enchantresses on land, who storm Manhattan for love and to protect the oceans. Starring Lindsay Lohan, produced by Rick Schwartz (Black Swan, Gangs of New York), music by Grammy-winning Henri Scars Struck. Directed by and written by Indrani.

Los Angeles Independent Film Awards:

     Best Director Award  
     Best Picture Nomination

New York Short Film Festival:    Best of New York Award

International Fashion Film Awards:    Best Picture Award

London Fashion Film Festival:    Best Director Award

One Reeler Awards :     Best Supporting Actress Award 

Los Angeles Short Film Festival : Official Selection

Le Centre Pompidou, Paris, ASVOFF with Jean Paul Gaultier : Official Selection

Cineframe International Short Film Festival of India 2017 : Official Selection

Berlin Fashion Film Festival : Official Selection

Princeton University Arts and Humanities Symposium : Screening

Crescendo: Beats of the Beautiful Game 

With music by Jetta produced by Pharrell Williams. Directed by, Cinematography by, and Written by Indrani.

Julianne Escobedo Shepherd, Jezebel
"Rad...feminist film director and fashion photographer Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri captured a group of girls (and an elephant!) playing soccer in the streets of Jodhpur. It's jubilant...[with] an underlying feminist message... Inspiring."

Katherine Brooks, The Huffington Post
"A celebration of both athletics and education, in which the Yuwa women demonstrate the power of collective sports as a platform for social development... One of 11 films of the "Beats of the Beautiful Game" series by top directors including Spike Lee..."

Kyle Hodge, Complex Magazine:
 "A fun, colorful journey intertwining realism and fantasy through the streets of Rajasthan." 


Girl Rising India (Woh Padhegi Woh Udegi) - Director

"One girl with courage is a revolution." Indrani directed Freida Pinto, Priyanka Chopra, Alia Bhatt, Kareena Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Sushmita Sen, Parineeti Chopra and Nandita Das for Girl Rising India -- Woh Padhegi Woh Udegi,  screened on StarPlus, trended #1 on Twitter and became central to Prime Minister Modi's "Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao" ("Save Girl Child, Educate Girl Child") campaign.

Shinjini Das, Huffington Post
"Director and photographer Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri, renowned for her iconic imagery and visionary storytelling...has showcased the inspirational stories...Indrani is internationally recognized for her extensive work on social causes and her video and stills campaigns."

Priyanka Dasgupta, Times of India 

Mero Gaon: My Village - Director, Cinematographer and Writer  

The Rubin Museum of Art, New York presents:

 "Join Gyetrul Jingme Rinpoche and award-winning director and photographer Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri...[for] Mero Gaon, which tells the story of the rebuilding of a village in Nepal after the devastating 2015 earthquake." 

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