Recorded live at Vega, Copenhagen, November 2nd & 3rd 2004. The intended release-date was 7th June 2005, hence 07.06.05 on the cover, but due to technical problems it was delayed.
While a comet approaches Earth, and thousands of people disappear from the face of the planet, a young woman returns to her hometown in search of her childhood's friend.
The movie is based on a true story about Kashmiri militant, Burhan Wani, who fought against Indian forces before he was killed in combat.
Kashmir Daily Story of a Journalist. It highlights the core problems faced by today's generation Unemployment and Drugs.From an origin of humanity it has always been a battle between Good and Evil.
Testimonies of ordinary Kashmiris recount a brutal militancy and its terrible response. Dodging agents of Indian armed-forces, the filmmakers were able to obtain rare testimonials in the highest militarized zone in the world. The film tells how freedom is conceded and replaced by fear, governance by institutionalized oppression and a paradise made desolate on the watch of India : a secular, democratic republic. - Written by Anonymous
A short film that captures the arrival of spring in the Kashmir valley.
Filmmaker Udi Aloni journeys deep into volatile Kashmir to present this compelling look at a growing nationalist movement dedicated to achieving political independence for the region through nonviolent means. The grassroots effort offers an alternative to residents of Kashmir, who, despite being savaged by decades of violence in the hostilities between India and Pakistan, still dream of restoring peace and tolerance to their land.
Chronicles from Kashmir seeks to create a sense of “balance”: between differently positioned voices that emerge when speaking about Kashmir; between differently placed narratives on the “victim”/“perpetrator” spectrum. While there is an inevitable streak of political commentary that runs throughout the work – a political current that cannot be escaped when talking about Kashmir – Chronicles from Kashmir does not espouse any one political ideology. We see ourselves as being artists and educators, using aesthetics and pedagogy to engage audiences with diverse perspectives from/about the Valley.
A police officer adopts the son and sole survivor of a family he has massacred while pursuing a terrorist. After some time the foster son finds out what the stepfather did.
A rich young man woos proud girl against her father's wishes.
Salaam Kashmir revolves around two men - Tomy Eeppan Devassy and Sreekumar. Jayaram plays Sreekumar, a character who does all the domestic work expected from a wife in normal course. Into this peaceful world enters Tomy (Suresh Gopi) disrupting the domestic bliss and bringing out an unexpected twist.
One step ahead of Chinese communists, a couple of friends hook up with an American adventurer who promises to lead them safely out of Tibet through the Himalayas.
Rocket Brothers is a 2003 documentary film directed by photographer Kasper Torsting. It explores the ambitions, anxieties and joys of a creative process in the Danish rock band Kashmir. Torsting followed the band over a period of four years starting just after the success of their album The Good Life. In the documentary we follow the daily lives of the band members and come to witness their struggle against the expectations from both themselves and other people. We see the difficulties in overcoming amongst others writer's block, witness the conflicts amongst the group members and discover the profound respect and love with which they treat each other - all in the process of making the album Zitilites. Besides seeing the band writing the Zitilities album, we also witness their failed break-through in America, and lead singer Kasper Eistrup's audition for Roger Waters Pink Floyd tour. Eistrup auditioned as the lead singer and guitarist.