AUNTIE GANGA - Documentary Short

A 67 years old Ganga , lives with her husband who is an ex-Gurkha soldier in Aldershot, trying to blend in to what is unfamiliar to her at this old age and making it familiar. This is the film that delves into human condition when you are immigrant at old age and what becomes of your relation once you get old. Auntie Ganga discovers day-to-day lives of old women through auntie Ganga about their struggle to blend in with the society in spite of cultural and language barriers.
  • Winner in Human Rights Watch Film Festival London (Student Competition), March 2014 
  • Short Sighted Cinema: OLDER, October 2015 
  • Official Selection, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh August 2015 
  • Film South Asia 2015 
  • Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival 2015, Nepal Panorama section 
  • I'klectik UnderCOVER Film Festival, February 2015
  • Whirlygig Cinema at Hackney Picturehouse in Documentary Spotlight 2015 
  • Official Selection for The Smalls Film Festival, London, September 2014 
  • What I See Film Competition, London, July 2014 
  • Six Sigma Films, India, April 2014 
  • Screened in 5th Based Gallery London for Film Night, February 2014
  • Official selection for Women over 50 film festival 2017

Team Credits

Asmita Shrish

  • Filmmaker x Photographer x Visual Artist

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Asmita Shrish
Filmmaker x Photographer x Visual Artist