Five films (Ribbons for Peace; We’re Not Your Monkeys;Occupation: Millworker; Images you didn’t see; Children of Mandala ) director & producer, Anand Patwardhanvideorecording
By: Patwardhan, Anand.
Contributor(s): Padwardhan, Anand [direction.] | Brio Media and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.Material type: Visual materialPublisher: Mumbai : Brio Media and Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. c2011Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 42 min.) sd., col. 4 3/4 in.Other title: .Subject(s): Peace -- --Genre/Form: Documentary film.DDC classification: 709.22
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Originally released theatrically in 2011
1.RIBBONS FOR PEACE (1998)
Made in the aftermath of Indian and Pakistani nuclear tests , Ribbons brings new meaning to and old film song by Kishore Kumar a kind of Imagine composed before the days of John Lennon.
2. WE ARE NOT YOUR MONKEYS (1996)
We are not your monkeys is a music video that reworks the epic Ramayana story to critique the caste and gender oppression implicit in it .Sung by Sambhaji Bhagat and composed by Sdambhaji, Anand and the late Daya Pawar, the music video opposes the systematic oppression and negation of basic human rights in the name of religion and mythology.
3. OCCUPATION: MILLWORKER (1996)
Textile mills were once the backbone of Bombay’s economy and provided the city its working class culture. Today, foreign investment and rising real estate prices have made selling mill lands more profitable than running mills Mill sickness is now an epidemic.
4. IMAGES YOU DIDN’T SEE (2006)
Global censorship of the war on Iraq has stifled the outrage that may have otherwise curtailed the ongoing atrocity of occupation. Not only have the real causes of war been hidden but also its effects. Most people see a sanitized and falsified version that feeds their complacence and sedates their conscience. But one place where the truth cannot be totally hidden is the Internet.
5. TO THE CHILDREN OF SWAT, FROM THE CHILDREN OF MANDALA (2009)
A message from the economically displaced children of a slum colony in Mandala, Mumbai, India to the militarily displaced children of the Swat Valley in Pakistan.
In Hindi with English subtitles.