Teenaa Kaur Pasricha – award-winning filmmaker.
How many people do you know who have undergone treatment of Cancer? Cancer is spreading at a high rate all around the world.
One in eight women are getting diagnosed with Breast Cancer in India and USA. And most people, especially women, ignore their health and when they do get to know about Cancer detection they don’t know what to expect in the coming future. But there is one film which will plug this gap.
We are excited to let you know about a documentary film on Cancer being made by Ms. Teenaa Kaur Pasricha, an award-winning filmmaker based in India who herself is a Breast cancer survivor. Teenaa’s relentless work to bring 1984 to the forefront succeeded with her most well-researched and most awarded film ‘1984, When the Sun didn’t Rise’ receiving the National Film Award for Best investigative film category in 2018 having been screened in film festivals and universities thus bringing the discussion on massacre of 1984 to the international platform.
Her next film tentatively titled “When the light entered my wounds” will be a journey of her experiences as a survivor and on what causes Cancer and the way ahead to lead a disease-free life. It will be useful for people of all age groups especially those who are interested in leading a healthy life, Cancer survivors, cancer patients, and caregivers. This will be an international film as there will be resources from the USA like oncologists and Cancer Researchers as a part of the film. We are positive that the film will once again create a stir internationally.This film will be invaluable for people diagnosed with Cancer, Cancer Survivors and anyone trying to lead a Cancer-free healthy life.
Teenaa Kaur interviewing Dr.Sanjay Jain, Oncologist based in Atlanta
Teenaa Kaur interviewing Dr. Veena Rao, Breast Cancer Researcher
Filmmaker Teenaa Kaur interviewing Dr.Sanjay Jain, Oncologist based in Atlanta (top left), Dr. Veena Rao, Breast Cancer Researcher (Top Right), Dr. Preeti Subhedar, Breast Cancer Surgeon at Emory Univ (Bottom Left), Dr. Meenakshi Thirunavu, oncologic and hematologic disorder specialist at Winship Cancer Inst. (Bottom Right)
Teenaa Kaur interviewing Dr.Preeti Subhedar , Oncologist based in Emory Univ
Teenaa Kaur interviewing Dr.Meena Thirunavu, Oncologist based in Emory Univ
Crowdfunding and Collaborating
We believe it will be ideal for any organization/ individual passionate in health and wellness to become a sponsor and collaborate in this initiative. Once the film is complete, it will be shown widely across the world.
Individuals can honor a friend or family member. With a small amount they can also support and get a link to watch the film once it is complete.
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More about Teenaa Kaur
Teenaa Kaur, is a filmmaker, screenwriter and a TEDx Speaker, has spoken on various national/international forums regarding women rights, social justice, and conservation of the environment. She has been invited as an International Leader on Films for Social Change by the US Government in January 2020.
Her documentary films have featured in National Geographic, Fox History, Doordarshan, PSBT India and won numerous National / International awards.
- National Film Award, President’s Silver Medal in the “Best Investigative film” category 2018 – Producer and Director.
- Best documentary feature award in DC Asia Pacific Film festival, India in June 2017.
- Won the “AND” fund BUSAN Intl. Film festival in 2014.
- Docedge, Kolkata 2012.
- DOC WOK supported by British Council UK and Doc Leipzig Germany in 2013-2014.
- Mumbai International Film festival 2018
- Official screening in Int. Doc. film festival, Kerala 2017
- New Narratives film festival, Taipei City, Taiwan 2018
- Certificate of Excellence and Special Mention by Indian Documentary Producers Association.
- Screened in 22 Universities in London, UK including Oxford Brookes University, London School of Economics, and Westminster etc. along with 20 Public Forums.
We at ASEEN seek your support in making this film a reality.
ASEEN (ਅਸੀਂ), American Sikhi Educational & Empowerment Network, is a nonprofit charitable organization to promote education and empowerment at the grassroots level. We collaborate as well as help and empower individual members and member organizations in the field of education and empowerment. We develop, coordinate and share the technical, financial, literary and other resources with the members to complement each other’s efforts.
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