Punjab 1984: An Opportunity for Discussion
Guest blogged by Shahe Kaur  On June 27, 2014, Punjab 1984, directed by Anurag Singh, was released by White Hill Production and Basic Brothers Productions. Kirron Kher and Diljit Dosanjh play the starring roles in the film as mother and son. This is not the first movie released which discusses issues...
Sikhi Sidak Na Javai Bhai Taru Singh Reviewed
Bhai Taru Singh Sir Javai Te Javai, Mera Sikhi Sidak Na Javai If I lose my head, so be it. But I must not lose my Sikhi. After 16 months of tremendous effort and hundreds of thousands of dollarsin spend, the Vismaad team brings us their fourth animated Sikh film, Bhai Taru Singh. Weve blogged about...
Amandla!
Years ago, I watched this beautiful documentary called Amandla (Xhosa word for power) It chronicles the struggle of the Black South Africans when the apartheid government came to power in 1948. It also covers the decades of increasing violence and repression, then finally “victory” in 1994...
How serious are you about preserving Sikh culture?
Michael Singh, a filmmaker, has been attempting for years to finisha documentary on his experiences during 1984. However, without support from the Sikh community (yes, money) he has found himself unable to complete this work. His goalhas beento make a one-hour documentary based on materials he recorded...