Nupur Basu is an award winning television journalist and documentary filmmaker from India. She has reported extensively in print and television on politics, development, livelihood issues, environment and health from India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, United Kingdom, Sri Lanka and Uganda. She is also a media educator and was visiting faculty at the Graduate School of Journalism in Berkeley in 2010. Nupur is a collaborating director on the interactive project, The Shore Line. Her independent films include : ‘ No Country for Young Girls’, ‘Lost Generations’, ‘Michael Jackson Cames to Manikganj’,’ Mothers of Mallapuram’ and ‘Dry Days in Dobbagunta’.