This film shows us the struggles, often invisible, of activists and anonymous women like our protagonist Santoshi, who are not satisfied with being silent witnesses of the violation of their rights and the deterioration of the environment.
Formed in the Bigas Luna Film Workshop, the New York Film Academy and different courses in script, direction and production.Read More
In 1999, after staying as a volunteer for three years in Calcutta, he founded with his wife the development NGO Calcutta Ondoan.Read More
He began his musical career as the founder of the pop group Mestizos and is considered one of the pioneers of modern dance music in SpainRead More
Javi Alonso has trained at the School of Performing Arts Sarobe in Urnieta (Guipuzcoa) taking courses in Script, Photography, Direction and Direction of Actors.Read More
Santoshi Tudu is one of the more than 25,000 women we accompany in their empowerment processes.
``It is committed and treats nuclear issues bravely, without circumventing the fundamental debate of inequality and the limitations of a failed, very failed democratic system. In the formal aspect, the images are taken care of and worked very professionally.``
PREMIOS SIMÓN DEL CINE ARAGONÉS (Spain)
- Nominated for Best Original Soundtrack
- Nominated for Best Social Awareness Contribution
INDIAN WORLD FILM FESTIVAL (India)
- Special Jury Mention
FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE INVISIBLE FILM SOZIALAK (Spain)
- Audience Award
- FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE DE LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS DE BOLIVIA – EL SÉPTIMO OJO ES TUYO (Bolivia)
- INTERNATIONAL ETHNO FILM FESTIVAL THE HEART OF SLAVONIA (Croatia)
- FESTIVAL INTERNACIONAL DE CINE POR LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS COLOMBIA (Colombia)
- EKOZINEMALDIA (Spain)
- FESTIVAL DE CINE Y DERECHOS HUMANOS DE SAN SEBASTIÁN (Spain)
- KSFF – KOLKATA SHORT & FEATURE FILM FESTIVAL (India)
- FESTIVAL DE CINE DE ZARAGOZA (Spain)
- MUESTRA DE CINE Y DERECHOS HUMANOS DE ZARAGOZA (Spain)
CALCUTA ONDOAN O.N.G.D.
We always work with local organizations: feminist, ecologist and human rights organizations, seeking that all the projects we support have a rights-based approach and an eco-feminist perspective. In addition, we bet on Education for Social Transformation, promoting in our environment a critical and committed conscience about the causes, consequences and co-responsibility in situations of exclusion, injustice and impoverishment in the countries of the South.
Calcutta Ondoan reinforces solidarity from a positive perspective, the richness of intercultural diversity and respect for what is different.
- 10 May, 2021
- 30 November, 2019
- 14 March, 2017
Women of Light
It shows the courage of a group of women who in their empowerment process are trained in the manufacture and repair of solar lamps, making life easier for their neighbors by providing light in their homes through clean energy. But above all they carry another light, their own light.
Malad to live or not
Calcutta Ondoan, ONGD presents a documentary about her work in Bangalore with the feminist organization Vimochana. A documentary made by Fernando Vera about the ability to overcome women in a hostile environment.
Mary Babu, a woman without studies, over the years has become one of the leaders of a Federation of Fish Vendors that brings together more than 4,500 women. We accompany you in your day to day in your work routine, and in the activities that you carry out with NGOs and Indian Feminist Organizations.
Informatics for them
Within a program of Empowerment of Women of tribal origin, a computer center is set up where girls are given the possibility to train and to open a gender and digital gap in their lives and in their environment
20 years of shared illusions
In Calcutta Ondoan we are celebrating our 20th anniversary and we review our beginnings, our alliances with organizations in India and the Basque Country, and the projects we support.
Documentary short film directed by Fernando Vera Cámara and produced by Calcuta Ondoan. From Calcutta Ondoan, we have supported the Vishwas Organization since 2006, which works to assist and support people affected by HIV / AIDS. Through different testimonies a journey through the harshness and stigma associated with this disease is shown, but putting in value the work that is carried out and the involvement of the workers through a clear message, “there is life and hope beyond HIV-AIDS “