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YCP 1997 videorecordinga film by Anjali Monteiro and K. P. Jayasankar ; Unit for Media and Communications, Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

By: Monteiro,Anjali and Jayasankar,K.P.
Contributor(s): Monteiro, Anjali | Jayasankar, K. P | Alexander Street Press | Tata Institute of Social Sciences | Documentary Educational Resources (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Bombay Monteiro,Anjali and Jayasankar,K.P. c1997Description: 1 videodisc (43 min.) sd., col 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): culture -- India | exclusion -- India | performing arts -- India | prison -- India | portraits -- IndiaGenre/Form: Documentary -- Feature.DDC classification: 349.420835
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Built between 1865 and 1876, Yerwada Central Prison (YCP), Pune, is one of the oldest prisons in India, with over 2500 inmates. In this video, six poets and artistes of the YCP share their work, their lives… Through their poems and musings, the film explores the modes in which they creatively cope with the pain and stigma of incarceration, in the process questioning their selfhood and the socially constructed divides between ‘us’ and ‘them’, between the ‘normal’ and the ‘deviant’.
Awards: Award: Certificate of Merit, Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF), India, 1998; Jury’s Award for Best Innovation at the Astra Festival of Anthropological Documentary Film, Sibiu, Romania, 1998; Selected Screenings: Chingari South Asian Film Festival, Madison-Wisconsin, 1997; Prakriti, Pune, 1998; Sakshi Film Festival, Bangalore, 1998; Dhaka Film Festival, 1999; 6th International Festival of Ethnographic Film, Royal Anthropological Institute, London, UK, 1998; New Delhi Video Festival, 1999; Munich International Film Festival, 1999; Himal South Asia Documentary Film Festival, Kathmandu, 1999; Parnu Film Festival, Estonia, 2002; Social Communication Cinema Festival, Calcutta, 2002; Films for Freedom, Kotkata, 2005;
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Built between 1865 and 1876, Yerwada Central Prison (YCP), Pune, is one of the oldest prisons in India, with over 2500 inmates. In this video, six poets and artistes of the YCP share their work, their lives…

Through their poems and musings, the film explores the modes in which they creatively cope with the pain and stigma of incarceration, in the process questioning their selfhood and the socially constructed divides between ‘us’ and ‘them’, between the ‘normal’ and the ‘deviant’.

DVD ; PAL.

In English and Hindi with English subtitles.

Award:
Certificate of Merit, Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF), India, 1998;
Jury’s Award for Best Innovation at the Astra Festival of Anthropological Documentary Film, Sibiu, Romania, 1998;

Selected Screenings:
Chingari South Asian Film Festival, Madison-Wisconsin, 1997;
Prakriti, Pune, 1998;
Sakshi Film Festival, Bangalore, 1998;
Dhaka Film Festival, 1999;
6th International Festival of Ethnographic Film, Royal Anthropological Institute, London, UK, 1998;
New Delhi Video Festival, 1999;
Munich International Film Festival, 1999;
Himal South Asia Documentary Film Festival, Kathmandu, 1999;
Parnu Film Festival, Estonia, 2002;
Social Communication Cinema Festival, Calcutta, 2002;
Films for Freedom, Kotkata, 2005;

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