Timbaktu by Rintu Thomas and Sushmit Ghosh

The Film explores critical issues of food security and sovereignty through the exemplary efforts of farmers of a tiny village in Andhra Pradesh, who are inspiring a silent revolution through organic farming

National Film Awards, India (Award)
Jaipur, India (Award)
Mumbai, India (Award)
Delhi, India (Award)
Goa, India (Award)
Indian Documentary Producers' Association Awards (Award)
Ithaca; Seattle; Stanford; USA
Roma, Italy
Sydney, Australia
Panaji; Mumbai; Thiruvananthapuram; Kolkata; Bhopal; Kanyakumari; Pune; Delhi; Hyderabad; Auroville; Puducherry; Guwahati; India

Sushmit Ghosh and Rintu Thomas are independent documentary filmmakers and founders of Black Ticket Films, an award-winning creative agency based in New Delhi. They are Sundance Fellows, whose work has also been supported by IDFA, The Bertha Fund, Tribeca Film Fund, Chicken & Egg Pictures, Sorfond and The Finnish Film Foundation. Sushmit and Rintu�s films have been used by various national and international stakeholders for impact, education and policy change and been showcased at global forums like the United Nations Climate Change Conference, becoming catalysts for new conversations.�

  • Cinematographer: Sushmit Ghosh
  • Location Sound Recordist and Designer: Pratik Biswas
  • Editor and Graphics Designer: Vishal Chauhan
  • Music Composer: Ishaan Chhabra
  • Project Partner: Films Division

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