Gadi Lohardaga Mail – Nostalgic songs on the narrow gauge Lohardaga passenger train which became history in January 2004.
Vikas Bandook Ki Nal Se (Development Flows from the Barrel of the Guns) – About violation of human rights of indigenous people due to development projects.
Kora Rajee (The land of the diggers), June 2005 Is the first film in Kurukh a tribal language. The film is on the issue of adivasi labourers in the tea gardens of Assam and Bengal.
100 Din Milega Kaam (100 days of work for you), May 2009
Is a film on National Rural Employment Guarantee Act that promises to provide 100 days of work in the rural area and what is the ground reality.
Loha Garam Hai (Iron is hot), May 2010
Is on the issue of sponge iron industry and its pollution and how people are trying to cope with it.
Ek Ropa Dhan, 2010
Is a film on SRI method of rice cultivation, that explains how productivity can be increased by just changing the process of cultivation .
Mukta Gyana Kutir, July, 2010
Is a film on alternative education for tribal girls who were dropout from regular schools. In the remote area of Orissa.
Sona Gahi Pinjra (The Golden Cage), Jan. 2011 This Kurukh film portrays about those people who desire to participate in their village festivals, but are deprived because of their job. The film depicts how mobile phone becomes the living link in this situation.
Taking Side, 2015
For centuries people have laid down their life taking side with the oppressed.This film is the story of Sr. Valsa John.She was Born in Kerala and worked for the Adivasi of Jharkhand.She lead the struggle against the coal mining and laid down her life.
Accumulated Injustice Adivasi people’s living condition on the dark side of Rourkela Steel Plant.
THE HUNT (2015) Naxalism has spread into many parts of India. Tribal inhabitants do not want to give up their ancestral land at any cost. Tribal, who are part of the movement to save their land are being branded as Naxalites and this whole exercise is called as ‘Operation Green Hunt’. This operation has come down as hazard for innocent tribal of these areas. During ‘Operation Green Hunt’, 6000 innocent people in Jharkhand, 17000 in Chhattisgarh and 2000 in Orissa have been put into jails with the false accusation of being Maoist supporters.
Naachi Se Baachi (2017) In his lifetime itself Dr. Ram DayalMunda has become a symbol of indigenous cultural reawakening. Born in an Adivasi Family of Tamar in Jharkhand he went for his higher studies in The United States of America. Later, he taught at the University of Minnesota. He came back to India to teach at Tribal and Regional Language Department of Ranchi University and subsequently became the Vice Chancellor of the same University. Ram DayalMunda was the leading intellectual who has contributed to Jharkhand movement immensely. Dr. Munda has represented Adivasi voices in RajyaShabha and United Nations. He has been awarded with Sahitya Academy Award and Padmashree in 2009. He passed away on September 2011.