Can? Cannot? explores the world of philanthropy, private giving and international development and cooperation in Singapore. A cross section of Singaporean society- policy makers, academia, philanthropists, media share their thoughts and views on this theme.
Uriachi Hoop Camp captures the potency of the cocktail of sports, youth and mentorship in character building. Elite basketball coaches travel continents and meet in Morocco to train youngsters across social strata, not only build basketball skills but mould resilience and sportsmanship. The spirit of this camp is captured through inspiring interviews set in picturesque Morocco.
Seva is the story of one man’s vision of advancing humanity by building confidence and skills in their mother tongue - Hindi. This film explores how Hindi can be advanced not by poets and writers but by linguists and language teaching experts and by making language accessible and not elitist.
A Legacy of Excellence is the oral history of an organisation set up to advance excellence in reconstructive plastic surgery in Australia. This film documents the work of three generations of surgeons in advancing surgical skills, patient safety and mentorship around the continent.
Family philanthropy and how it works across three generations is captured in the documentary Jude Raho (transl. Stay Connected). Set in the historic holy city of Allahabad (now Prayagraj), India, this film examines the reach and impact of small and medium size family run charities on their community.
Mohamed Noor, Singapore’s foremost percussionist has had audiences grooving to his rhythm for over forty-five years. He shares the story of his musical journey with Sunanda Verma on Connected to India.
Raka Maitra's story is a story of a passionate, determined, daring artist. She shares her story with Sunanda Verma on Connected to India and says that it’s been a long, lonely journey, but also a fulfilling one.