Directors: Yunuen Perez Vertti & Aswinee Rath
India / 25min

When the needs are infinite, it doesn’t need a revolution to change everything. Through this documentary, we try to understand, how 3 simple women, have done immense work in their life to touch human lives, and still remain down to earth.  Monorama Mohapatra once ran the most published and popular news paper in Orissa, still walks down to the slums around her small city to teach kids. Annpurna Maharana, walked along Gandhi in India’s freedom movement, at the age of 91, still ready to work for the root causes of women and education. Tulsi Munda, never went to school herself, but now has dedicated her life to bring education to most interior places of the state.  And to achieve these, they do not make elaborative plan, or dependent on any multinational corporations, nor funding from various government agencies, they do it all purely with their own will, effort and people from the region who get the most benefit out of their work.

Director Yunuen Perez Vertti, is based in Houston and moves between Houston, Mexico and India, her husband’s home. An independent filmmaker with a global vision, Perez Vertti has done film production for many Houston organizations. Yunuen's husband Aswinee, an IT professional, reflects his creativity as an executive producer for most of Yunuen's independent work. Sometimes his work is also extended to scriptwriting, production assistance, or baby-sitting kids of the artists