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A Dance To Forget| 26mins
Director: Rita Banerji | Producer: world society for the protection of animals (wspa)
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: India
Subject Tags: animals as friends, asia, economies, ethics, india, livelihood, transformation
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
"This film is about the rehabilitation of Kalandar Community, who were traditionally involved in the dancing of bears on the streets in India. The story is about their transition from this banned profession to new livelihood choices like farming and baking, and providing stable incomes for their families. This program is supported by WSPA in collaboration with Wildlife Trust of India (WTI)."

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