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Director: Culture Unplugged Studios | Producer: Culture Unplugged Studios
Focus Years: 2008 | Country: United States
Subject Tags: asia, culture, human rights, india, media
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Sanjay Kak is an independent documentary film-maker. He has just finished making a feature-length documentary film on Kashmir called Jashn-e-Azadi (How we celebrate freedom). His earlier film "Words on Water" (2003) on the anti-dam movement in the Narmada Valley in Central India have been widely screened in India and abroad. His film "In the Forest Hangs a Bridge" (1999) received the "Golden Lotus" for Best Documentary Film at the 1999 National Film Awards in India. The film also won the "Asian Gaze" Award at the Pusan Short Film Festival, Korea. His recent work includes "One Weapon" (1997), a video about democracy in the 50th year of Indian independence, and "Harvest of Rain" (1995), made in association with the Centre for Science & Environment, New Delhi. His films on the theme of migration, looking at people of Indian origin in the fringes of the city of London "This Land, My Land, Eng-Land!" (1993) and in post-apartheid South Africa, "A House and a Home" (1993) have been widely screened. He has also produced and directed "Cambodia: Angkor Remembered (1990), a reflection on the monument and its place in Khmer society. Sanjay Kak lives in New Delhi where he has been active in the Campaign Against Censorship in India, and works closely with the Delhi Film Archive.
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