The Ghetto Girl by Ambarien Alqadar
In what is also known as India’s ‘Little Pakistan’ in New Delhi, a girl is on a search for a lost home movie. The search takes her into the mapless lanes of the place she calls home, which conceal a history and a past. A love and loss tale about being Muslim in India today.
Indian Documentary Producers’ Association Awards
International Women’s Film Festival, Seoul, Korea
Tempo Documentary Festival, Stockholm
International Film Festival, Kerala
Our Lives…To Live! Film Festival, New Delhi
Our Lives… To Live! Film Festival, Mumbai
With an interest in languages, video practices and digital arts, Ambarien Alqadar is fascinated with the exploration of the documentary image in transdisciplinary contexts. Her work has won national and international awards and has been screened at film festivals, art galleries and museums.
- Cinematography: Shakeb Ahmed
- Location Sound: Anil Sharma, Balbir Singh
- Editing: Ambarien Al Qadar
- Sound Design and Mix: Joseph Kraemer, Ambarien Al Qadar
- Project Partner: Doordarshan