Media Studies Documentary Release


Department of Media Studies, proudly present two documentaries made by our Final Year students.

  • ᴛʜᴇ ᴄʜᴇꜱꜱ ᴠɪʟʟᴀɢᴇ 
  • ᴛʜᴇ ᴀʀᴛɪꜱᴀɴꜱ ʟᴇɢᴀᴄʏ

These documentaries will be released by Ms. Lakshmi Warrier & Ganesh Menon, Film Producers of Vikruthi, Jane.E.Man, Jay jay jay he and Falimy on 12th March,  at Symphony Digi Theater at @10.30 am.

The Chess Village

A Short Documentary Film made by the Final Year Students of Department of Media Studies.

"The Chess Village" is a compelling and realistic documentary that delves into the lives of the inhabitants of the only village in the world where the majority of the population plays chess. It explores their collective struggle against alcoholism, which has transformed their lives. Set in the chess village of Kerala, where strategic thinking is a way of life, the documentary highlights the residents' passion for chess and their efforts to effect positive change in society. Additionally, it focuses on the transformative role played by Unnikrishnan, a tea shop owner, in this revolution.

Releasing on 12/03/2024 (Tuesday) at Symphony Digi Theater.

The Artisans Legacy

"Art is the whisper of history, echoing through the corridors of time, leaving behind a legacy of beauty and truth."

"Artisans Legacy " sheds light on the dwindling cultural heritage of artisans and their crafts, highlighting the profound impact of modernization on traditional craftsmanship. It is divided into three captivating chapters, each exploring a unique aspect of this cultural phenomenon that has played an immense role in shaping the cultural identity of our state Kerala . Join us as we embark on a journey to celebrate and preserve the rich tapestry of artisanal traditions before they vanish into the annals of history. Your presence at the screening would not only honor the dedication of these artisans but also contribute to raising awareness about the importance of safeguarding our cultural heritage for future generations.

Releasing on 12/03/2024 ( Tuesday ) at Symphony Digi Theatre