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The outside in / directed by Hansa Thapliyal.

Contributor(s): Thapliyal, Hansa. animator [director, , editor, ] | Madesia, Ved [sound recordist, , designer, , animator. ] | Ramaiah, Lavanya [editor, , animator. ] | Khanolkar, Milan [animator. ] | Karthick, Arun [animator. ] | Ghodgeri, Vinay [animator. ] | Doordarshan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookNew Delhi : PSBT, 2019Description: 1 video (26 min.) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: two dimensional image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Arts -- Social aspects -- India | Documentary films -- IndiaGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Short films. | Nonfiction films. DDC classification:
Production Credits: Cinematographer Arun Karthick. Sound Recording, Design, Ved Madesia. Editors, Lavanya Ramaiah, Hansa Thapliyal. Animation Hansa Thapliyal with Milan Khanolkar, Arun Karthick, Ved Madesia, Vinay Ghodgeri, Lavanya Ramaiah.
Summary: Two women work with everyday materials to make small human figures - dolls! The Film looks closer at these dolls, their makers and the making, expressing how making with our hands can make windows in the walls we find ourselves imprisoned in. Can there be methods of making that invite more people to make along with us? Those that can connect us to our deeper selves and to the worlds we choose to ignore? That can let the outside in?
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DVD DVD Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
A01208 (Browse shelf) O14 Available A01208

Cinematographer Arun Karthick. Sound Recording, Design, Ved Madesia. Editors, Lavanya Ramaiah, Hansa Thapliyal. Animation Hansa Thapliyal with Milan Khanolkar, Arun Karthick, Ved Madesia, Vinay Ghodgeri, Lavanya Ramaiah.

Two women work with everyday materials to make small human figures - dolls! The Film looks closer at these dolls, their makers and the making, expressing how making with our hands can make windows in the walls we find ourselves imprisoned in. Can there be methods of making that invite more people to make along with us? Those that can connect us to our deeper selves and to the worlds we choose to ignore? That can let the outside in?

In English and Marathi.

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