From Mumbai (Bombay): Anjali, Jayasankar’s work… and more


Naata, or “The Bond” is a touching film about how we can learn the message of peace and tolerance from Asia’s “largest slum”, Dharavi in India’s commercial capital of Mumbai (formerly Bombay).
If you want to know more about the team that made it, look at the Unit for Media and Communications of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Incidentally, the UMC and their longish listing of work done in documentary is also here.
One of my writeups on this film is here and also here on EPO.de.
Meanwhile, this is a post made to the Nettime mailing list about films from the UMC.

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