Points to Remember:
- Indian documentary ‘I’m Jeeja’ won the top award in the ‘Under 30 minute’ category at the We Care Film Festival on Disability Issues.
- I’m Jeeja, directed by Swati Chakraborty tells the story of specially-abled activist Jeeja Ghosh who suffers from cerebral palsy.
- A total of 36 films were selected for the finals out of which 10 films were awarded in different categories.
- The awards were given in categories based on the duration of the films—under five minutes, 30 minutes, and 90 minutes.
- Another Indian film that received that made the cut was Vicky Khandpur’s Post Dark. It received a jury mention in ‘Under 5 minutes’ category.
About We Care Film Festival:
- The festival is co-founded by UNESCO, United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan, and a New Delhi-based NGO, Brotherhood.
Important Possible questions based on above News:
- Which Indian documentary has won the top award in the ‘Under 30 minute’ category at the We Care Film Festival on Disability Issues? ‘I’m Jeeja’
- We Care Film Festival is an effort by which Indian organization, in partnership with UNESCO, to raise awareness and to dispel stereotypes about disabilities? Brotherhood
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