A still from the Diploma film
A young girl gifts her father a box of kisses on his birthday. Later, whenever he felt low, he took out this box and remembered the unconditional love of the child.
A girl is all set to teach young children in a summer camp, and prepares a lesson plan from a book. The book is lost in the canteen. She goes on searching for the book and ultimately finds it in the hands of a child who doesn't attend a school.
"The Indigenous" speaks about the external influences on the Aborigines, the indigenization of certain beliefs and practices, and the socio - political upheavals that took place in these areas in order to bring their lost Tribal independence back. After stepping out of her heartland in order to explore more, the filmmaker encounters certain questions that revolves around the authenticity of the Tribal practices.
MOSSÉ - Trailer
A small boy lived in a village near the jungle which was frequently visited by the elephants. After losing his parents in a stampede he came to the plains to sell forest products.
"If you have to give up something, don’t ever give up emotion before story. Don’t give up story before rhythm, don’t give up rhythm before eye-trace, don’t give up eye-trace before planarity, and don’t give up planarity before spatial continuity.” - - Walter Murch
“Everything you look at can become a fairy tale and you can get a story from everything you touch.”
― Hans Christian Andersen
Divya Hansda was born and brought up in Taljhari, she spent the early years of her childhood at St. Luke's Hospital campus, Hiranpur where her father served as a doctor. Divya went to a residential mission school which is majorly attended by Santal girls. After moving to Kolkata for her further studies, she obtained a Bachelor's and a B. Ed Degree from St. Xavier's College. Coming to a film school to study cinema and learn to make films was her secret dream which was realized after she joined a film school and specialized in Film Editing.
Mumbai / Calcutta
Film // Video Editor
Avid // Final Cut Pro // Adobe Premiere // Illustrator
Available for freelance and contract jobs
“Her and I, we have a two chairs and a table kind of love. You should pull up a feeling and have a seat.”
― Jarod Kintz