Nisha Pahuja (To Kill a Tiger)
No Indian film or documentary got nomination in Oscars Awards 2024, but a documentary made in India ‘To Kill a Tiger’ has definitely succeeded in getting nomination. This documentary has been made on the rape incident that happened in Jharkhand and the subsequent fight for justice. ‘To Kill a Tiger’ has been nominated in the Documentary Feature Film category at the Oscars.
This documentary has been directed by Nisha Pahuja of Indian origin. This documentary of Nisha Pahuja was made in 2022. In the year 2023, Nisha released this documentary in America. Before receiving a nomination at the Oscars, this documentary had won 19 awards at various film festivals around the world. These include TIFF, Palm Springs International Film Festival, Doc Aviv and Canadian Film Festival.
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‘To Kill a Tiger’ features in the Documentary Feature Film category alongside Moses Boyo, Christopher Sharp and John Batsek’s Bobi Wine: The People’s President, Cather Ben Hania and Nadim Chekhruha’s Four Daughters, The Eternal Memory and Slava Chernov, Michelle Mizner and Renee Aronson. Wrath will clash with 20 Days in Mariapol. ‘To Kill a Tiger’ has been made under the banner of production house Notice Pictures and National Film Board of Canada.
Emmy nominated filmmaker Nisha
Nisha Pahuja is an Emmy nominated filmmaker. His documentary The World Before Her received an Emmy Award nomination. Apart from this, he has also made a three-part series Diamond Road. Nisha was born in India. She went to Canada with her family at a very young age. It has been said in the reports that she was greatly influenced by Bollywood since childhood. Although he put more interest in literature. He studied English Literature from the University of Toronto. Nisha is known for women-centric documentaries.