Black & White

The Other Front

The film try to portray that increase in prices cannot be justified whether it is peace-time or war-time so long as there is a steady supply of the essential commodities. The film shows bumper crops, stocked grains, storage of kerosene and petrol and sugar. The film concludes by showing a market place and warns the public not to indulge in excessive purchase which would encourage profiteers to hoard the essential and create artificial scarcity.

The Charter

The film describes the objectives of the United Nations Charter and the functions of various limbs of the world organisation.

Purushottam Das Tandon

A biographical film is on Purushottam Das Tandon, a fighter for India's freedom and for the cause of peasants. Tandon was inspired by the nationalists such as Gokhale and Tilak. His immediate guru was Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya. Tandon gave up his legal practice and plunged into the freedom movement. As an educationist, Tandon worked hard to spread adult education. He also fought for making Hindi a national language. He was elected President of the Indian National Congress after independence. The nation's greatest honour, the Bharat Ratna was bestowed on him in 1961.

Yeh Zulm Kab Tak

An anti-dowry film stressing the point that marriages must cease to be a matter of arrangement by parents for money. Any young man who demands dowry as a condition of marriage discredits his education and his country. He also dishonours womanhood.

For More Milk in The Hills

The film shows the improvement in the breed and milk yield of hill cows as a result of cross-breading with Jersey bulls through artificial insemination. Twelve cross-breeding units in India have helped to artificially inseminate about 10,000 hill cows, enabling the simple hill people to improve their means of livelihood with more and better milk and sturdier and healthier cattle.

Accent on Youth

On the shoulders of our youth rests the future of India. This documentary acquaints us with youth camps organised for village uplift, and exphasises the role the nation's youh can play in breaking through ignorance and prejudice of the villagers.

The Harijan

This is an effective documentary on the most sensitive problems of untouched ability. The central character of the film is a Harijan. The various problems of Harijans have been effectively brought out. However, efforts are being made to establish equality and wipe out this social injustice. The main character comes out with assertion and positive attitude towards the main stream of the country.

Symphony of Progress

The film shows briefly India's achievements during the 25 years of its Independence.

Pine Resin Industry in U. P.

The film deals with the pine resin industry in India.

My Son - Better Than Me

The end of the Portuguese rule in Dadra Nagar Haveli in 1954 was the beginning of a new era for the people living in this small territory in south Gujarat. The film tells the story how the life of a progressive farmer changed as a result of Government help by way of loans for agricultural purpose. The film highlights the facts that unless the people themselves face the realities and work for a better future, any amount of Govt. help and assistance will not help improve the condition of anyone in the country.