Re[View] is an initiative by FAIR that sifts through videos and images in the public domain, curates them theme-wise and brings them to multiple stakeholders in the management, development and social sector. Our curated content is not based on AI algorithms but instead relies on human touch, leveraging our experience and expertise across issues in the development sector. Re[View] also hopes that its curated content will enable the works of photographers and filmmakers to reach a larger but at the same time a more selective audience.Read More
By retracing Francis Buchanan’s Journey of 1800-01 through parts of southern India, this major initiative by FAIR explores the historical dimension of development, in the broadest sense of the term. From comparisons in living standards to levels of agricultural productivity, from disruptions in technology to continuity in occupations, this on-going exploration puts together different facet of development using Buchanan’s Journey as a route map and a source of knowledge and information at the end of India’s pre-colonial era. social sector.Read More
The Great Recession of 2008 fundamentally altered the world economy. After more than a decade, countries across the world continue to struggle against sluggish growth and high rates of unemployment. Drawing from Post-Keynesian economic theory and Modern Money Theory (MMT) in particular, MAPS conducts macroeconomic country studies to better understand the role of governments in macroeconomic management to achieve full employment with financial stability.Read More
An archaeological, geological, and historical search to solve the mystery of a 400 year-old legend.utilize the advances in audio-visual and communication technology in disseminating EVI Screened at:
Weaves together a multi-layered narrative of the lives of traditional coarse blanket makers in a small southern Indian village in Karnataka State, Yaravarahalli.
A video report on iron and steel smelting in Tumkur and Chitradurga districts. Online screening by the Archaeology Channel, USA.
a documentary film on the building sector and climate change. Produced by the UK Government under the UK Environment Film Fellowship (2007). Telecasted on
Proposal selected by the Public Service Broadcasting Trust (PSBT). Some 14 films were selected from amongst 900 proposals. The film traces the life of four successful entrepreneurs who began their businesses under challenging circumstances. Screened on DD-1 in 2014.