Original in its approach, this document focuses on the imprints a hundred years of Indian cinema have left in space and time. It features places where prominent film makers worked, props they worked with, and memories of their colleagues and loved ones. Initiated by the organisers of the prestigious film festival in Pusan, South Korea, the film is aimed, besides other things, at visually capturing India’s relationship to film art.
2015 – 52 min – documentary
language: Hindi, Tamil, Bengali & English
directed by: Shivendra Singh Dungarpur