One Mustard Seed by Aparna Sanyal
Why do we have such a contentious relationship with the idea of dying? What keeps us from looking at death, or the dying, in the eye, from making peace with the process? The Film wonders if the process of dying can become meaningful and if embracing our own mortality might be the key to a more fulfilling life.
Aparna Sanyal is a filmmaker and producer based in Delhi, who has worked extensively
on documentaries and TV shows, for channels like Discovery, History, National Geographic, Times Now, Headlines Today, CNN and the BBC. Recognised by the British Council for Creative Entrepreneurship, she is a National Award Winner and a Charles Wallace Grant recipient. Her films include Tedhi Lakeer - The Crooked Line, A Drop of Sunshine, A Land, Strangely Familiar, Shunyata - when Kathak met Cham, Shovana and The Monks who won the Grammy.
- Researcher, Script Writer: Aparna Sanyal
- Cinematographers: Vilayat Ali, Arghadeep Barooah, Gokul Nanda
- Editor: Pooja Iyengar
- Musician: Manas Baruah
- Project Partner: Doordarshan