For a cause

Hold your breath… Remember the indelible Ek chidiya.. anek chidiya.. on Indian TV? That’s our National Award winning EK ANEK EKTA which shaped the psyche of our Nation way back in 1974!

41 years later, our defining short film KOMAL on Child Sexual Abuse has made waves, winning 5 awards including a National Award in 2015. Furthermore, it has more than 10 million views and is being shown in 120 countries in myriad languages!

UNICEF International, National Film Board of Canada, CHILDLINE, Save the Children India, NCERT and NASSCOM are just a few of the agencies we have made films for.

Our documentary on Saeed Mirza explores his Innovative and advanced films, his mark as a writer and his leftist ideals rooted in his poetic sufi-like vision for the world. Climb Media is known as one of the Best Short Film Makers In Mumbai.


Produced for CHILDLINE, KOMAL is easily the most defining film ever made on Child Sexual Abuse internationally. It has won the National Award (2015) besides numerous Int’l awards. UNCHR is screening ‘Komal’ in their refugee camps world over. The Govt. of India has made the film mandatory viewing in all schools country wide.


Produced for CHILDLINE. Shot with ink and paper, this sensitive film highlights the need for child protection. The film has won several awards including the prestigious FICCI – Frames award for Best Technique.

Project Oneness

People from all walks of life have the same thoughts, emotions, feelings. If our thoughts don't discriminate, then why do we? This poignant film reflects upon the Oneness of life. SPECIAL MENTION: CORTI A PONTE IX International Short Film Festival, VENICE 2016 Finalist: 8th Int. Children TV Festival ``Dytiatko``, Kharkiv (Ukraine). Official Selection: OZARK SHORTS INT'L FILM FESTIVAL, Missourie, USA 2016.


A 30 spot on the importance of conserving trees, this film was executed for LOWE Lintas, using a combination of actual paper and origami to convey the idea with integrity. The film went on win the 2nd Runner up at the BIG SHOT at CANNES festival among 300 entries.


Trade (Child Prostitution) and Locked (Child Labour) are the 1st Indian shorts in collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada & UNICEF, New York. Part of the prestigious Rights from the Heart series.


Growing up in the 70s in India, Ek Anek was the quintessential animation film that an entire generation is nostalgic about. Produced for NCERT, this gem of a short film went on to win the National Award in 1974 and also won the top honours at Japan Animation Festival.


Produced for CHILDINE. Like Sisters is an award-winning film, an emotional heart-rendering tale of 2 girls who are best friends. A film on the vexed issue of Child Marriage, Like Sisters went on the win the top honours at Assocham Infocom Awards.


Funded by NASSCOM, the film eulogises one of India’s brightest IT stalwart – DEWANG MEHTA’s contribution in kick starting the IT revolution and the resurgence of new India. The film has been tremendously lauded for its narrative, winning the prestigious FLYING ELEPHANT award (conferred by Shashi Tharoor) and many others.


Produced for Save the Children India. The film uses a unique Kinestatis technique of moving images. This has been one of our most unusual films to execute – photographs used for a press campaign were shared with us and our mandate was to weave them in a narrative.


Screened in over 20 major international film festivals, world over, this multiple award-winning, cult short film is a satirical humour on the sordid state of affairs. Fake Godmen with spurious talisman's, garish appearances and cheap sleight of hands manage to attract gullible followers thereby resulting in a windfall for the Godman himself.