Nocturnes Productions is a French production company founded in 2007 by Olivier Bohler and Raphaël Millet. Nocturnes Productions produces documentary films about cinema and film-makers, such as Code Name Melville directed by Olivier Bohler and Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory, Gaston Méliès and His Wandering Star Film Company, Chaplin in Bali directed by Raphaël Millet, as well as arthouse documentaries such as November directed by Abel Davoine, it produces short films, such as Halfway There directed by Arnaud Bénoliel, as well as corporate movies such as Magic of Cinema for the Dubai International Film Festival and Baba Bling for Singapore's National Heritage Board. Code Name Melville, directed by Olivier Bohler, 76 minutes, 2008. World premiered during the 2008 edition of Taipei's Golden Horse Film Festival. November, directed by Abel Davoine, in coproduction with Traces and Imagia, 101 minutes, 2010. Pierre Schoendoerffer, the Sentinel of Memory directed by Raphaël Millet, 60 minutes 30 seconds, 2011.
André S. Labarthe, From the Cat to the Hat directed by Céline Gailleurd and Olivier Bohler, 30 minutes, 2011. Melville-Delon: d'honneur et de nuit directed by Olivier Bohler, 26 minutes, 2011. Halfway There directed by Arnaud Bénoliel, 22 minutes 31 seconds, 2011. Jean-Luc Godard, Disorder Exposed directed by Céline Gailleurd and Olivier Bohler, 64 minutes, 2012; the Cinematographic Voyage of Gaston Méliès to Tahiti directed by Raphaël Millet, 52 minutes, 2014. Edgar Morin: Chronicle of a Gaze directed by Céline Gailleurd and Olivier Bohler, 81 minutes, 2014. Gaston Méliès and His Wandering Star Film Company directed by Raphaël Millet, 60 minutes, 2015. Chaplin in Bali directed by Raphaël Millet, 52 & 80 minutes, 2017. Notice de Sous le nom de Melville sur le portail du Film documentaire Code Name Melville on IMDB
Karha is a river flowing through the Indian state of Maharashtra. It's basin lies in the parts of Pune; the cities of Baramati and Jejuri, the place of Lord Khandoba, lie on the banks of this river. Karha is a tributary of the Nira river, it is said. Karha is considered as one of the holy rivers. A temple of Lord Ganesha, one amongst the Ashtavinayaka, the Moreshwar of Moregaon is situated on the banks of the river; the river has a significant importance in Jejuri, considered holy for the devotees of Lord Khandoba. The origin of river Karha is near the Garade Village in Saswad Taluka and merges with the Nira River near Songaon in the Baramati Tehsil. On the banks of the river Karha, a great Marathi socialist writer and filmmaker, P. K. Atre was born, he was one of the leaders in the Sanyukta Maharashtra movement. His series of books on the movement, Karheche Pani कऱ्हेचे पाणी is a famous piece of literature in Marathi. List of rivers of India Rivers of India