Told Untold

Being a ‘victim’ is a mental condition. It is a term that society creates forcibly. Most people go under this pressure and never have the guts to talk about any situation they faced, fearing the society’s backlash. It is imperatively important at such times to have someone to talk to, for somebody to empathise rather than simply sympathise with the victim, and to take appropriate action, if required.

Narrated through personal accounts of two carefully chosen individuals, 'Told Untold', is an attempt to look for, unravel and acknowledge some of these stories happening around us.

  • Antarik Anwesan
    Leukemia-Not Just a Disease!
  • Antarik Anwesan
  • AJK MCRC, JMI, New Delhi
  • Neha Pande
    Key Cast
  • Tejeshwar Sandhoo
    Key Cast
  • Sushant Uniyal
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    22 minutes 59 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 26, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    50 USD
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  • Atharva Short & Documentary Film Festival 2016
    March 7, 2016
    Best Director, Best Title Sequence
Director Biography - Antarik Anwesan

Antarik Anwesan, b. December 12, 1991, did his Bachelor’s in Journalism and Mass Communication from Madhu Bala Institute of Communication and Electronic Media (MBICEM), GGSIPU, New Delhi. He was the student coordinator of the First Frame 2013 International Students’ Film Festival conducted by MBICEM in April 2013. He graduated from the institute in June 2013 after making his first documentary film ‘Leukemia-Not Just a Disease!’ Apart from running a blog for over 7 years, he has also been an editor of his college magazine and newsletters. He recently completed his Master’s from AJK Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. Currently he works as a freelance writer and filmmaker.

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Director Statement

Told Untold is very close to my heart. Not just because the people featured are emotionally connected with me, but also because the film gave me a chance to experiment with challenging cinematography techniques and timelapse sequences. Also, the film holds some animated footage which has been incorporated seamlessly with the real-life shot footage.