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Filmed over three tumultuous years in India, Pakistan, Japan and the USA - WAR & PEACE is an epic documentary journey of peace activism in the face of global militarism and war. Triggered by macabre scenes of jubilation that greeted nuclear testing in the Indian sub-continent, WAR & PEACE is dramatically framed by the murder of Mahatma Gandhi. Fifty years after his death memories of Gandhi seem like a mirage that never was, created by our thirst for peace and our very distance from it.

"The film itself is a tour de force, beautifully shot and often darkly funny and much more riveting than the dry subject matter might suggest." Duncan Campbell, The Guardian, UK

"War and Peace" has a riveting intelligence all its own and earns its epic title. Elvis Mitchell, The New York Times
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Film Credits

Directors: Anand Patwardhan

Producers: Anand Patwardhan

Photography: Anand Patwardhan

Editing: Anand Patwardhan

Sound: Simantini Dhuru, Monica Wahl

Awards

Grand Prize, Earth Vision Global Environment Festival, Tokyo, 2002 * International Critics' Award (FIPRESCI), Sydney Film Festival, 2002 * Best Film/Video, Mumbai International Film Festival, 2002 * International Jury Prize, Mumbai International Film Festival, 2002 * Gold Award, Indian Documentary Producers' Association, 2002 * Best Documentary, International Video Festival, Kerala, 2003 * Best Documentary, Karachi International Film Festival, 2003 * Silver Dhow, Zanzibar International Film Festival, 2003 * Best Non-Fiction, National Film Awards, India, 2004

Details

Orginal Title: Jang Aur Aman

Subtitles: Yes

Voiceover: Yes

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Length: 133 min

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War and Peace Screening:

  • Sat21May

    at Birkbeck Cinema

    21 May 2011 2:30 pm

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