The Man who Dwarfed the Mountains by Ruchi Shrivastava and Sumit Khanna

The Film deciphers the life, the motivation and work of a man who silently changed the paradigm of environment activism in India and has been described by Ramchandra Guha as one of the finest Indians alive today - Chandi Prasad Bhatt.

National Film Awards, India (Award)
Prague, Czech Republic (Awards)
Boulder, USA (Awards)
Delhi, India (Award)
Kathmandu, Nepal
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Golmag, Serbia
Pokhara, Nepal
Thrissur; Delhi; Mumbai; Bangalore; Patna; Thiruvananthapuram; Kolkata; India

Ruchi Shrivastava has worked on multiple non-fiction formats for over a decade and runs Greed Goddess Media.

Sumit Khanna started his career working as an assistant to directors Aziz Mirza, Saeed Mirza and Meghna Gulzar on various feature films and documentaries. He made his first independent documentary, for PSBT, on the lives of assistant directors in the Mumbai film industry. Since then, he has made numerous documentaries, corporate films and promos for feature films. He was associate producer on the acclaimed film Parzania. His film Mere Desh ki Dharti won the National Award and Movement, A World, A Cinema - the Indian New Wave, screened at the National Museum of Indian Cinema.

  • Cinematographer: Pooja Sharma
  • Sound Recordists: Vipin Bharti, Gissy Michael
  • Editor: Tinni Mitra
  • Project Partner: Doordarshan

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