One Take Documentary Series



SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2022 | 12pm

Little Theatre 5

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2022 | 3pm

Little Theatre 5

Standard ticket prices
Tickets available online in advance, or at the door.


In one of the world’s most populated cities, two brothers — Nadeem and Saud — devote their lives to the quixotic effort of protecting the black kite, a majestic bird of prey essential to the ecosystem of New Delhi that has been falling from the sky at alarming rates. Amid environmental toxicity and social unrest, the ‘kite brothers’ spend day and night caring for the creatures in their makeshift avian basement hospital. Director Shaunak Sen (Cities of Sleep) explores the connection between the kites and the Muslim brothers who help them return to the skies, offering a mesmerizing chronicle of inter-species coexistence. 

Note:This Oscar hopeful originally screened Nov. 17 and 20, 2022 as part of the One Take Documentary series. 

97 mins | Documentary | 2022 | Hindi, with English subtitles
Not Rated

Directed by Shaunak Sen


About the series

Black Cinema Series
One Take Documentary Series

The Little’s One Take: Stories through the Lens is a monthly documentary film series, presenting a unique mix of documentaries—ranging from film festival favorites to unheralded gems—followed by panel discussions and filmmaker Q&As. Read more about One Take

Community Partners

Braddock Bay Raptor Research

Braddock Bay is a bird migration “hot spot” located on the southern shore of Lake Ontario just northwest of Rochester, New York. Millions of birds migrate through the area every spring as they head north to their breeding grounds.

Braddock Bay Raptor Research (BBRR) is a 501(c)-3 non profit, volunteer based organization.  Founded in 1986, BBRR has been continuously working towards preserving the area’s natural resources by focusing research and education activities on the spectacular spring raptor migration, and summer natal dispersal. Research at Braddock Bay focuses on a range of topics important to conservation efforts, including the daily and seasonal distribution of raptors according to species, age and sex, and the behavior of raptors in migration. Educational programs are offered throughout the year and aim to expose people to the wonderful world of raptors through field experiences as well as off site visits.