A personal letter to a deceased grandmother when she allows her grandson to film the last 100 days. An intimate and universal journey into her life as she goes through hair loss, memory loss and the quest to find a woman’s beauty in the last days.
Director : Divya Hemant Kharnare
Divya Kharnare is a young graduate in mass communication who has been working on feature length documentaries and fiction films from the past 5 years.
After leaving his job as a Director & Content Creator at BhaDiPa, he started working on feature length documentaries.
Recently, he received the 'DOCAVIV Award - Doc Edge Kolkata 2021' and 'DOC NYC Storytelling Incubator' for his work-in- progress film 'Letters To My Grandma'. He was one of the winners of '75 Creative Minds of Tomorrow' award at the International Film Festival Of India (IFFI) 2021 which eventually led to directing a feature length documentary 15 Seconds A Lifetime, currently doing the festival circuit.
This marks his debut for a short documentary.
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