Those Were the Good Days
Do You Love Me?
“Dad, I’m coming home to visit!” The distance from city to countryside is measured in more than miles. And sometimes home is reached by other means of transport than those dictated by train schedules. An old man waits for his son next to the railway line from sunrise to sunset.
Finding no hope left in life, he rejects social life and exile himself to an isolated life, in a garbage dumping ground, in the worst possible place one can imagine.
One day, he chanced upon something. He came out of his closed cell and interacts once more with the world. All his hopes are rekindled.
He loves to live now...dies to live now.
Director Suhaas Karnekar, presents his Kachru to the world ...with Panaah; fascinated with his indomitable spirit and unprecedented struggle.
The Daddy Shift
BENNY: Our Musical Lineage
Gramps, Not Grumps - Grandpas United Documentary
We meet the co-founders of Grandpas United and go with them on-site as the Grandpas engage in youth engagement activities.
The film also captures poignant memories of the Grandpas' experiences with their own grandfathers, as well as their deep affection and devotion to their own grandchildren. It is this inter-generational connection that drives this diverse group of Grandpas to give back to underserved youth in our community.
The mission of Grandpas United of the White Plains Youth Bureau is to utilize the talents, skills and experiences of its Grandpas to improve our community. It aspires to serve as male role models and mentors to enhance the growth and development of our youth.