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Let's talk about food / a film by Mallika Sarabhai.

Contributor(s): Sarabhai, Mallika [direction,, narration.] | Chandran, Yadavan [direction,, camera,, editing.] | Public Service Broadcasting Trust (New Delhi, India) | Doordarshan (Television station : New Delhi, India) | Prasar Bharti Corporation (India).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Open frame.Publisher: New Delhi: Public Service Broadcasting Trust ; Marketed by Syncline Films, 2011Description: 1 (DVD) (ca. 26 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Natural foods -- India | Processed foods -- IndiaGenre/Form: Documentary television programs. | Nonfiction television programs.DDC classification:
Production Credits: Narration, Mallika Sarabhai ; camera, Yadavan Chandran ; editing, Yadavan Chandran, Sameer Malviya ; music, Shashank Acharya with Darpana musicians.
Summary: The Film is a journey into India's food heritage and the biodiversity of its crops. It delves into the reasons for the shrinking of this diversity and the homogenization of our food preferences. It takes the protagonist into a search for the larger repercussions of this homogenization of tastes and demands - the health ramifications and the effects on farming, soil and cropping patterns and the ecology.
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DVD DVD Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore
A00043 (Browse shelf) L4 Available A00043

Copyright notice on disc: Public Service Broadcasting Trust, New Delhi.

Narration, Mallika Sarabhai ; camera, Yadavan Chandran ; editing, Yadavan Chandran, Sameer Malviya ; music, Shashank Acharya with Darpana musicians.

The Film is a journey into India's food heritage and the biodiversity of its crops. It delves into the reasons for the shrinking of this diversity and the homogenization of our food preferences. It takes the protagonist into a search for the larger repercussions of this homogenization of tastes and demands - the health ramifications and the effects on farming, soil and cropping patterns and the ecology.

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