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Benefits of community screenings: Award-winning documentary “Have you seen the Arana” – Kerala

Report on community screenings (2013-14) A trial series of community screenings coordinated by FERNS took place in collaboration with initiatives that meet the following criteria: Scope for entrusting young tribals with social responsibilities (e.g. Thrissileri, Pavana Center and tribal residential … Continue reading

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Video | Synopsis: “Have you seen the arana? by Sunanda Bhat – Kerala

Have You Seen The Arana? | To watch the trailer, click here >> Director: Sunanda Bhat | Producer: Songline Films Genre: Documentary | Produced In: 2012 | Story Teller’s Country: India Tags: Asia, Farming, India, Indigenous Rights, Livelihood SEND MAIL Synopsis: The film interweaves contemporary narratives with an ancient tribal creation myth to explore the … Continue reading

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Film on ancient tribal creation myth and Kerala’s eco system wins ‘Golden Conch’ for Best Documentary at MIFF 2014: ‘Have you seen the arana?’ – Mumbai

To watch the film trailer and more information, click here >> ‘Have you seen the arana?’ wins the Golden Conch for Best Documentary in the National Competition at MIFF 2014. The award citation: “This film is elegant, patient, meditative, and … Continue reading

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Slideshow | “Have you seen the Arana?”: Film screenings for and with Adivasi communities – Kerala

Filmmaker Sunanda Bhat visited Wayanad to start the process of holding community screenings and watch the film together with local facilitators at the office of the Ferns Naturalists Society in Mananthavady. As this coincided with a tribal camp conducted by Fr Stephen, it was … Continue reading

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Video | Trailer to “Have you seen the arana?” – Kerala

“The stories of ancestors and their discoveries give the film a mystical quality and work like a poetic refrain” – Review by Bikas Mishra

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