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Apour ti yapour na jang na aman, yeti chu talukpeth = Between border and the fence, on edge of a map / Public Service Broadcasting Trust supported by the Films Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India presents ; script, editing, sound design & direction, by Ajay Raina.

Contributor(s): Raina, Ajay [direction,, writing,, editing,, sound.] | Public Service Broadcasting Trust (New Delhi, India).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialSeries: Open frame.Publisher: New Delhi : Public Service Broadcasting Trust, 2011Description: 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 77 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeOther title: Between border and the fence, on edge of a map [Parallel title on disc:].Subject(s): Kashmiri (South Asian people) -- India -- Politics and government | Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Politics and government | Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movementsGenre/Form: Documentary television programs. | Nonfiction television programs.DDC classification: Online resources: Publisher description
Production Credits: Camera, Arun Verma ; equipment, ISB&M School of Communication, Deepankar Sharma, Karan Bali.
Awards: Festival of South Asian films, Seattle, 2011 ; Prague Inidan Film Festival, Czechoslovakia, 2011 ; Film South Asia, Nepal, 2011 ; Mumbai Int'al Film Festival, 2012 ; Vibgyor Film Festival, Kerala, 2012.Summary: The film delves into the untranslatable in Kashir, maps the distance it has travelled emotionally and psychologically from the idea of India. After twenty years of turmoil and the consequent Indian State response, has Kashir come to a point from where, there is nowhere to go?
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Copyright notice on disc: Public Service Broadcasting Trust.

Camera, Arun Verma ; equipment, ISB&M School of Communication, Deepankar Sharma, Karan Bali.

The film delves into the untranslatable in Kashir, maps the distance it has travelled emotionally and psychologically from the idea of India. After twenty years of turmoil and the consequent Indian State response, has Kashir come to a point from where, there is nowhere to go?

In Kashmiri and English with English subtitles.

Festival of South Asian films, Seattle, 2011 ; Prague Inidan Film Festival, Czechoslovakia, 2011 ; Film South Asia, Nepal, 2011 ; Mumbai Int'al Film Festival, 2012 ; Vibgyor Film Festival, Kerala, 2012.

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