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Flood of memory

DIR: Anitha Balachandran
2008 / India, United Kingdom / 11 min

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The monsoons of 2006 brought devastating floods to the Barmer district in Rajasthan desert of Western India. Villagers who survived the flood describe their memories, and their loss. Between the real and imagined ‘Flood of Memory’ uses a combination of live footage, charcoal and sand animation to evoke the desert landscape, and the stories of people who live within it.

About

Director Anitha Balachandran
Screenplay Anitha Balachandran
Dir. of Photography Anitha Balachandran, Siddhartha Chatterjee
Editing Anitha Balachandran
Music
Sound
Duration 11 min
Year 2008
Country India, United Kingdom
Colour Colour
Tags animated, Asia, nature, rural society
Production
Distribution
Festivals

Tricky Women Special Programme ...

Tricky Women Special Programme, Vienna 2012


Kro Art Contemporary, Vienna, 2012


Plan 9, Experimental Film Festival, Prague, November 2011


Best of 15 Years of Animadoc, DOK Leipzig, November 2011


Anifest, Teplice, Czech Republic, 2010


Tricky Women, Vienna, Austria, 2010


DOK Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, 2009


Cinanima, Espinho, Portugal, 2009


Inaugural Film at Voices from the Waters, Bangalore, India, 2009


Rencontres Henri Langlois, Poitiers, France, 2008


Best Student Animation of 2009 Showcase, Animated Dreams, Talinn, Estonia, 2009

Awards

Winner, Audience Award, New ...

Winner, Audience Award, New Generations Film Festival, Frankfurt



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