About the initiative: Bitchitra Collective (Indian Women and Non Binary Filmmakers in Documentary), has collaborated with North America based educational distributors GOOD DOCS, to create a special curated collection of documentaries on the GOOD DOCS website. 
As part of this initiative titled Curated Docs By Bitchitra Collective , Bitchitra Collective will curate a selection of 3-4 films from our membership (on a recurring basis) for GOOD DOCS’ website. Selected filmmakers will enter an agreement directly with GOOD DOCS.

In order to be considered, please submit your films at this link:

These films will be selected by the Bitchitra Collective based upon their educational value, and suitability for college, university and high school audiences as well as non profits.
** Rules
  • All rights should be cleared in advance and selected filmmakers should have the rights to enter into a contractual agreement with GOOD DOCS.
  • All licensing agreements are between GOOD DOCS and each of the selected filmmakers.
  • Bitchitra Collective will not take any fees. All net sales will go to the filmmakers directly.
  • The collection will be titled as the ‚ÄúCurated Docs By Bitchitra Collective – films by Indian women & non-binary filmmakers.”
  • Films will be available on the GOOD DOCS website.

* Lengths of anywhere between 5-60s mins are preferred. Anything over 60 mins is an exception. Filmmakers will be informed about the delivery process, materials needed, and set aside the time (approximately 10-20 hours) needed to gather and submit all necessary materials, as well as sign the contract. In case of questions, contact Bitchitra Collective at :

GOOD DOCS are films that do good in the world. Our award-winning collection engages and inspires students by featuring rarely heard stories about individuals and communities working towards a more equitable world. We champion creative expression and complex films that provoke critical thinking. GOOD DOCS represents established documentarians and passionate new filmmakers driven by their experiences as educators, academics, journalists, artists, social workers, community members, and activists.

See their collection here:


Good Docs Partnership: