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In the forest hangs a bridge videorecordingproduced by Octave Communication ; direced by Sanjay Kak

By: Kak, Sanjay.
Contributor(s): Kak, Sanjay | Octave Communication Organization) | Under Construction.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Bombay Sanjay Kak c2004Description: 1 videodisc (40 min.) sd., col 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): collective action, -- India | ecology -- India | governance -- India | ethnography -- IndiaGenre/Form: Documentary -- Feature.DDC classification: 591.73
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Located deep in the forested hills of the Siang valley of Arunachal Pradesh, at the north-eastern extremity of India, Damro village gathers to build a 1000 foot long suspension bridge, the elegant structures of cane and bamboo, that are the distinctive mark of the Adi tribe. Their only tool is the dao, a blade length of tempered steel, the size of a machete.
Production Credits: Camera, Ranjan Palit ; editing, Reena Mohan ; sound, Suresh Rajamani
Awards: Swarn Kamal (Golden Lotus) Best non-fiction film & Best Cinematography (Ranjan Palit), Best Editing (Reena Mohan) National Film Awards, 1999, India; Asian Gaze Award, Pusan Asian Short Film Festival, 2000;Summary:
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Located deep in the forested hills of the Siang valley of Arunachal Pradesh, at the north-eastern extremity of India, Damro village gathers to build a 1000 foot long suspension bridge, the elegant structures of cane and bamboo, that are the distinctive mark of the Adi tribe. Their only tool is the dao, a blade length of tempered steel, the size of a machete.

Camera, Ranjan Palit ; editing, Reena Mohan ; sound, Suresh Rajamani

DVD ; PAL.

In English and Hindi with English subtitles.

Swarn Kamal (Golden Lotus) Best non-fiction film & Best Cinematography (Ranjan Palit), Best Editing (Reena Mohan) National Film Awards, 1999, India;
Asian Gaze Award, Pusan Asian Short Film Festival, 2000;

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