So Heddan So Hoddan by Anjali Monteiro and K. P. Jayasankar

The Film is a journey into the music and everyday life of pastoral Muslim communities that live on the edge of the Great Rann of Kutch, in Gujarat, separating India and Pakistan.

Basil Wright Prize, Royal Anthropological International Film Festival, Edinburgh
Best Film, International Film Festival, Nepal
Indian Documentary Producers’ Association Awards
Göttingen International Ethnographic Film Festival, Germany
Intimalente Festival of Ethnographic Film, Italy
Film Southasia, Nepal
Tasveer Film Festival, Seattle
Sydney Film Festival
Parramasala Arts Festival, Sydney
International Film Festival of India, Goa
Mumbai International Film Festival
SiGNS, Kerala
ViBGYOR Film Festival, Kerala
Madurai International Film Festival
International Film Festival, Kerala
Persistence Resistance Film Festival, New Delhi
Shimla Film Festival
Creative Edge Film Fest, Hyderabad
Kabir Film Festival, Mumbai
National Film Festival of Arts and Artists, Bhubaneshwar

Anjali Monteiro and K. P. Jayasankar are Professors at the Centre for Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. Both of them are involved in media production, teaching and research. Jointly, they have won over twenty national and international awards for their films, including the Prix Futura Berlin Asia Prize for Identity and Best Documentary Award at the Three Continents Festival, Venezuela.

  • Cinematographer: K. P. Jayasankar
  • Script Writers, Editors, Sound Designers, Mixers: Anjali Monteiro, K. P. Jayasankar
  • Location Sound Recordist: Harikumar M
  • Project Partner: Films Division

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