Kavery Kaul


Kavery Kaul is an award-winning filmmaker whose works have been featured at DOC NYC, Telluride, London, Rotterdam, and Sydney Festivals; in countries including India, Japan, Burkina Faso, Dubai, and Italy; at the Kennedy Center (DC), National Museum of Women in the Arts (DC), Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY), Cleveland Museum, and High Museum (Atlanta). The founder of riverfilms, Kavery has garnered the Best Cultural Film Award (Havana), a Proclamation of Excellence (NYC) and a prestigious Imagen Award nomination. Her credits include the Film Threat and Time Out Critic’s Pick LONG WAY FROM HOME, the theatrically-released ONE HAND DON’T CLAP, and FIRST LOOK presented on PBS-TV by the National Latino Consortium. An Indian-born American, Kavery is the recipient of a Fulbright and a Logan Fellowship. In her highly-acclaimed TEDx Talk (goo.gl/dPoCvZ), she speaks to the power of storytelling as a way to connect people across the divides. THE BENGALI is her new feature documentary. Learn more at www.kaverykaul.com and www.thebengalifilm.com