- 1. Lamja Parsuram, 1974
- 2. Saaphabee, 1976, National Award
- 3. Olangthagee Wangmadasoo, 1979, National Award
- 4. Imagi Ningthem, 1981, National Award for the film and also National Award for the Best Child Artiste. Awarded the GRAND PRIX at the Festival des trios Continents at Nantes, France in the year 1982
- Participated in many International Film Festivals at Calcutta, New York, Denver, Locarno, Montreal, London etc.
- 5. Paokhum Ama, for Films Division, Mumbai. Participated in the TYNESIDE film festival, U.K. in 1984. Won the State Film Award for Best Actress
- 6. Ishanou, 1990 (Doordarshan), National Award for the film and also Special Mention for the leading Actress
- A SECLECTION OFFICIALLE in the 44th CANNES Film Festival in the section UN CERTAIN REGARD in 1991.
- Participated in various International Film Festival including London, Hawaii, Singapore, Fribourg, Seattle, Vancouver, Festival des Trios Continents, etc.
- 7. Sanabi, 1995, (NFDC-Doordarshan), National Award
- Shown in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI, 1996
- Invited to the Cairo International Film Festival
- Awarded V. Shantaram award for Best Direction (1997)
- 8. Shingnaba, 1998 for Films Division, Mumbai
- 9. Paari, 2000 for Children’s Film Society of India
- Participated in the International competition section of the 12th International children’s Film Festival of India, 2001 held at Hyderabad
- 10. Ashangba Nongjabi, 2003 for DDK, Imphal
- 11. Crossroads (English), 2008 for PPC (NE), Doordarshan, Guwahati
- 12. ‘Arambam Samarendrana Eeba Lila Khara’ (13 episodes) for DDK, Imphal, 2011, viz- Miraang (4 episodes), Dasha (4 episodes) and Leipaklei (5 episodes)
1. Sana Leibak Manipur,
2. 20 Points Programme.
3. Towards A Better Way of Life.
4. Tales of Courage for Films Division, Mumbai
5. Sangai- the Dancing Deer of Manipur 1987-88, produced for the Sangeet Natak Academy, New Delhi. Bagged five Merit awards in the 12th International Film Festival of Wildlife held at Montana, USA in 1989. The film bagged the citation “Outstanding film of the Year -1989” from the British Film Institute, London.
Participated in the London Film Festival. Participated in the Bombay International Film Festival 1989.
6. Keibul Lamjao National Park, 1988 produced by the Govt. of Manipur
7. Koro Kosii, 1988, produced by the Manipur Film Development Corporation, Ltd. Participated in the International Film Festival of India in1989
Shown at the Indian Film Week at Hungary
Bombay International Film Festival in 1989
8. The Deer of the Lake, 1989, produced for the Indian National Trust for Cultural Heritage, New Delhi.
National Award (1990) for the Best Environment/Conservation/Preservation Film
9. Indigenous Games of Manipur, (1990) produced for Doordarshan.
National Award for Best Exploration/ Adventure Film
10. Meitei Pung, 1991, for Doordarshan
National Award in 1992 (Special Jury Award).
Shown in the Indian Panaroma section of the IFFI
11. Geet Govinda, 1991, for Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi.
12. Lai Haraoba, 1991 for IGNCA. Shown in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI
13. Orchids of Manipur, 1994. Shown in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI
National Award for Best Environment Conservation/ Preservation Film in 1995
Participated in the International Wildlife Film Festival at Morocco in 1996
14. Yelhou Jagoi, 1995 for Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi
Opening film of the Indian Panorama in the 1996 International Film Festival of India. National Award in the year 1996.
15. “Loktak – the Dying Lake of Manipur?”(1998). A film produced by Lok Seva Sanchar Parishad of Doordarshan and funded by The Ford Foundation.
16. The Marams, 1999 for the Directorate of Tribals and Backward Classes, Government of Manipur. Selected in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI 2000 and also participated in the Mumbai International Film Festival,2000 in competition section. Participated in the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival, 2000.
17. Thang Ta – Martial Arts of Manipur, 1999, 35mm Colour for the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi. National Award for Best Arts/Cultural Film) 1999.
18. The Monpas of Arunachal Pradesh, 2001, 35mm Colour for Films Division, Mumbai. Won the National Award for Best Anthropological and Ethnographical film. And also National Award for the Best Cinematographer
19. Autobiographical Film on M.K. Binodini Devi for Sahitya Academy, New Delhi in 2002.
20. The Golden Hands of PSBT, 2002, New Delhi.
21. M.K. Binodini for PPC(NE), Doordarshan, Guwahati, 2003
22. Ojha N. Khelchandra for PPC (NE), Doordarshan, Guwahati, 2003
23. Nilamani: Master Potter of Manipur for PPC (NE), Doordarshan, Guwahati, 2003
24. Rani, the living legend for PPC (NE) Doordarshan, Guwahati, 2003
25. Guru Laimayum Thambalngoubi Devi for DDK, Imphal, 2006. Shown in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI 2006, National Award for Best Biographical/ Historical Reconstruction /Compilation Film
26. Rajarshri Bhagyachandra of Manipur, 2007, 35mm Colour for Films Division, Mumbai, Shown in the Indian Panorama section of IFFI 2007
27. Mr. Manipur for DDK, Imphal, 2008
28. Leirol (3 episodes) for PPC (NE) Doordarshan, Guwahati, 2008
29. “Sankirtan of Manipur” (2009) for Sangeet Natak Academy, New Delhi
30. “Leaders from the below” (4 episodes) for PPC (NE), Doordarshan, Guwahati, 2011
31. Manipuri Pony for Films Division, Mumbai, 2012