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Stir.fry.simmer / Public Service Broadcasting Trust supported by the Films Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India presents ; direction, research, script, Vani Subramanian.
By: Subramanian, Vani.
Contributor(s): Subramanian, Vani [direction,, editing,, research,, writing.] | Public Service Broadcasting Trust (New Delhi, India).Material type: Visual materialSeries: Open frame.Publisher: New Delhi : Public Service Broadcasting Trust, 2012Description: 1 DVD (ca. 54 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Stir fry simmer.Subject(s): Food habits -- India | Food security -- IndiaGenre/Form: Documentary television programs. | Nonfiction television programs.DDC classification:
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|DVD||Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore||A00480 (Browse shelf)||S20||Available||A00480.|
Copyright notice on disc: PSBT.
Summary taken from container.
Camera, Basit Jamal, Rajneesh Sharma, Bibhumay Sarangi, Surajit Sarkar, Ngayaipam Luithui ; editing, Vani Subramanian, Kuldeep Gaur, Deshraj Singh ; music, Dasaz Avial, Rewben Mashangva, Bhikhari Thakur.
It's a khichdi out there. Rising food prices, colossal wastage of stocks, compromised policies on food security, mixed with conversations on excess, debates on dieting, programmes and journalism on cuisines and cooking. And in the midst of it all, not completely insulated nor completely embedded, is our own kitchen - the place we discover 'our' foods and ways, where indeed, our taste buds learn to flower to the familiar. But is this precisely where we also cook up what is not ours, slicing the line between edible and inedible, desired and untouchable? These are some of the delightful (and not so delightful questions) that the Film stirs up as it talks about food, memory, nostalgia, belonging, family, community, nation, alienation, desire and disgust, politics, prejudice and power... just some of the many things that food is, and signifies, to all of us.
English and Hindi with English subtitles.