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Appunti sull'India


Bhopal, India, the year 2002. Children born with genetic defects, second generation victims of a tragedy. Today some 200,000 people are still suffering the effects of the Union Carbide toxic gas leak that happened here many years ago. A meeting with Dominique La Pi erre ,who in her new book, 12:05 in Bhopal, reconstructs history's worst industrial accident ever. She takes us to the slums where people drink the contaminated water from aquifers beneath the old factory. In the Narmada Valley we meet writer/activist Arundhati Roy. A view of modern India, the world's tenth leading industrial power, and home of population growth, government mismanagement, unemployment, the poverty-stricken of Madras … . These are truly Notes on India.


Il regista / The Director

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Since he began in 1960, Paolo Brunatto has made some 400 documentaries, reportages, investigative reports and experimental films for the RAI, Fininvest and the BBC . His films have been selected for major film festivals throughout the world: Venice (1981 and 1987), Berlin, Moscow, Montreal, Caracas, San Francisco, Mannheim, Amsterdam, Paris (Centre Pompidou), Melbourne (Istituto Italiano di Cultura), Bombay, Kathmandu, Florence (Festival dei Popoli), Pesaro, Salsomaggiore, Taormina and Rome (Massenzio, 1980). His documentaries have been distributed in 22 countries.

Angelo Fontana, an anthropologist by training, has lived and worked in Nepal and India since 1982. He has directed sever al documentaries for Nepalese TV, including Jal Danab (Nepal, 1984), Adrishya Satthru (Nepal, 1985), La faccia sorridente della luna (Tibet, 1985), Gaine (Nepal, 1987). The film Che cosa fa Om Prakash a Kathmandu won best docu - mentary at Torino's Cinema Giovane festival in 1992. He has recently directed documentaries for various TV broadcasters in Asia, and frequently collaborates with director Paolo Brunatto.





Produzione / Production

Paolo Brunatto, Angelo Fontana


Edizione 2002
Global Vision

DOCUMENTARY
Italy , 2002, 45'

DIRECTOR
Paolo Brunatto, Angelo Fontana

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