The accidental filmmaker : learning and teaching cinema

His Documentary film “Buru Garra” received the National Award , which was also the first for Jharkhand State. His films have received more than a dozen national and international awards

Documenting Indigenous Struggle in the Shadow of a Mushroom Cloud

Register for 2023 event at The New School for a dialogue with acclaimed Indian activist filmmaker, Shri Prakash.

“Documenting Indigenous Struggle” event from 4:00 – 6:00 pm next Monday, November 13

Two Indians Poster

Appeal to All

I need your help in bringing to life “Two Indians,” a film that tells the compelling story of the people affected by uranium mining and its lasting legacies in the Southwest of America. With the United States being at the forefront of setting comprehensive standards for reclamation, environmental protection, health, compensation, and worker rights in this industry, our film aims to delve deeper into the critical issues surrounding uranium mining and its enduring impacts.

Project Status:
Shooting: 75% Complete
Funding Needed: 25%
Shooting & Editing Costs Goal: Approx. INR 7 lakh or USD 8,500

You can help by donating on the following bank account or by visiting the donate link below:
Benificiary Name: Shriprakash
IFSC: ICIC0000175
Swift code – ICICINBBNRI
Account Number:  017501514728

Activities and Updates

  • “Two Indians” Featured in Beyond Nuclear Blog
  • “Two Indians” Crowdfunding featured in the Beyond Nuclear newsletter
  • Eer- Stories in Stone, Screening at Tribal film festival, Jharkhand 2023


Shri refers to himself as The accidental filmmaker. As an activist the power of visual media compelled him to make films.

  • Buddha Weeps in Jadugoda
  • Jadugoda The Black Magic
  • Gere dan
  • Arhamuna- ارحمونا (Have mercy on us)-अरहमुना
  • Congo, The Blood in Our Pocket !


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