JIN JIYAN AZADI
What began as a movement for women’s rights slowly turned into a nationwide revolt against the government in Iran.
From songs on freedom and reels of women cutting their hair as a symbol of resistance to Iranian FoodTok – young people have been instrumental in amplifying the stories of Iran. By participating in what will someday be dubbed the Gen-Z revolution, the Iranian diaspora in New York is persistently pushing for policy changes and hoping to receive global support in recognition of a new republic of Iran.
Why and how are Iranians in New York affected? What is at stake for those who live in this country, and what do they hope to achieve through these protests? Iranian Americans share their stories.
Camera & Sound: Priyanka Rajput & Suvrat Kothari
Researched & Reported by: Priyanka Rajput
Editing by: Priyanka Rajput
Editor & Mentor: Becky Diamond
THE EXPAT PROJECT
The Expat Project is an attempt to document the lives of ex-pats who moved to Dubai at varying points in their lives either to find work, love, or just as an escape. We look at why so many expats chose to remain here and explore how households are impacted by movement. It also reflects on third culture kids and what belonging means to them.
Executive Producer: Harshit Donter
Music Composer: Vishal Sehgal
Editing, Color Grade, and Graphics: Harshit Donter
DOP: Priyanka Rajput
Concept & Research: Priyanka Rajput
Art or Vandalism? This has been the debate around graffiti for years. With this docu-series, we move away from this debate and delve into understanding its significance in branding cities and promoting tourism. We take a look at the work of new-age artists from across six different cities in the UK.
Director: Mohammed Komor
Camera & Sound: Priyanka Rajput - 3rd interview, Patrick Lay, Shai Williams & Nikhara Korpal
Editing by: Nikhara Korpal & Priyanka Rajput
Production Manager: Priyanka Rajput
A moving documentary that showcases the water crisis in Bengaluru, India. Featuring expert comments from environmentalists, politicians, and social workers - the documentary aims to highlight the gravity of the crisis, while also providing plausible solutions.
Director: Harshit Donter
Research & Analysis: Janani Janarthanan & Harshit Donter
Cinematography: Priyanka Rajput & Harshit Donter
An obsessive young author loses his ability to distinguish between what's real and what is fictitious.
Writer & Director: Harshit Donter
AD: Priyanka Rajput
Art Director: Sarah Bachman
Editing by: Harshit Donter
DOP: Gurnihal Singh
Second-unit DOP: Priyanka Rajput
Project Manager: Priyanka Rajput