Indian Summer, a documentary about a Hindu summer camp, was selected for the PBS Online Film Festival. The film was directed by New York Film Academy documentary professor, Mridu Chandra, and shot by NYFA doc. prof., Eliana Alvarez.
“I’m very proud that my short documentary Indian Summer has been selected by PBS & the Center for Asian American Media to participate in its 2013 PBS Online Film Festival,” said Chandra. “It is screening online this month from March 4th to March 22nd. The festival showcases 25 short films, and the film with the most number of votes will receive the People’s Choice Award.”
Chandra’s films have already premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and SXSW, aired on national PBS, screened for members of US Congress and the United Nations, and been showcased at Museums and film festivals worldwide. Indian Summer is the first in a trilogy of short films about Indian American culture. To read more about the series visit: mriduchandra.com
Watch the documentary and vote here: http://www.pbs.org/filmfestival/all-films/indian-summer/