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Mar 31, 2019

THE STOLEN RIVER Wins Critics' Choice Award

The Stolen River wins the Best Film On Nature award at the L’Age D’Or International Arthouse Film Festival in Kolkata, India.

Feb 17, 2019

VIOLET AND THE WILDMAN Premieres in North America

Karuna Productions' new short film has premiered at the Cinema Verde International Environmental Film Festival in Gainesville, FL, USA.

Mar 29, 2019

THE JOY OF DEVOTION Wins 'Best Film on Religion' Award

L'Age D'Or International Arthouse Film Festival, Kolkata, India.

Jan 17, 2019

VIOLET AND THE WILDMAN Wins 'Best Educational Film' Award

Karuna Productions' new short film has its World Premiere at Calcutta International Cult. Film Festival (CICFF) in India, and won the 'Best Educational Film' Award. The film is about one of New York City's eccentric characters the Wildman, who, some years ago, have made international headlines by getting arrested for eating a dandelion in Central Park. Leading foraging tours and helping people embrace what nature has to offer in the most unexpected places, for decades, Wildman, now 68, a divorced father, is eager to ignite his passion for environmentalism in the younger generation. But his main concern is: can he inspire his own teenaged daughter?

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Transit Point

Regardless the politicians' agenda, in democracy, everyone has the freedom to follow their own moral compasses. A short film about aid workers of different spiritual backrounds, who, despite the hostile public environment, provided help to hundreds of thousands of refugees crossing Hungary in 2015. Watch here.

Does God Like Humor?

Joe DeGise II is a stand up comedian at a New York improvisation theater. He also manages a Lower East Side Hindu monastery and entertains its community. In a video he talks about how he found God and inner peace through the transforming power of humor. Watch video here.

The Cosmos Out Of The Rice Fields

The Temple of The Vedic Planetarium is a unique and ambitious project aiming to reconcile the two main aspects of human search for truth: science and religion. It is being built on the bank of the holy river Ganges, in Mayapur, West Bengal, India. Watch video here. 

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