The current situation in Kashmir puts the potential of peace in the region even further away. Can the Kashmiri people provide the way out?
People living in conflict affected areas can often show surprising unity in trying to overcome a divide. This film highlights the impact restricted movement across the LoC has on Kashmiris on both sides on their ability to live out their faith through pilgrimages and shrine visits.
For the first time, filmmakers from both sides of the Line of Control have collaboratively made a film on life in Jammu and Kashmir. Faith Divided is the second documentary of a planned trilogy on Jammu and Kashmir that highlight the impact of conflict on the lives of communities on either side of the divide.
This is the first documentary film to be shot on both sides of the Line of Control (LoC).
Making the film was a significant success in itself as the two journalists who produced it – Mohammad Arif Urfi and Pawan Bali – are from either side of the LoC in Kashmir and were not able to meet in their home region.
This film captures Conciliation Resources’ ‘Trading for peace’ initiative in Kashmir and is winner of Bond’s International Development ‘Positive Collaboration’ award.
This film, directed by two filmmakers from either side of the Line of Control in Kashmir, provides an emotive illustration of how conflict has prevented Kashmiris across different faiths from visiting their places of worship.
Two Conciliation Resources partners, from either side of the Line of Control in Kashmir, discuss how a recently opened trade route across the Line of Control is helping to build peace among communities in Kashmir.
This week marks seven years of trade across the militarised Line of Control (LoC). As the anniversary is celebrated those involved question if it is time for the governments to take this trade to the next level.
A team of four filmmakers from both sides of the LoC in Kashmir have produced a new film to raise awareness of the importance of working across the divide to improve disaster management.