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Date & Time

Sun, 14 Mar 2021 Thu, 18 Mar 2021


Location (for BIC Venue, BIC Hybrid and BIC Cafe)

Bangalore International Centre
7, 4th Main Road, Domlur II Stage
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560 071 India
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+91 98865 99675 bic@bangaloreinternationalcentre.org

114 mins, India, 2019, Hindi with English subtitles

In a world moving to a total mechanization of human life, the film inquires deeply into the question of speed and progress and proposes a way of slowing down to find synch with the present moment. Or is there another way of re-membering the originary impulse of being human? It is the story of a journey that begins at home with a woman and digital camera, and grows into a travel across Nomadsland.

The film narrative corresponds to the pilgrim’s progress as s/he walks from feeling tied and burdened to feeling freer and lighter. Sometimes knowing best things in life like rain, wind, stars & sunlight yet come for free is liberating; remembering that my two feet can often carry me farther than I can imagine, is a discovery.

In collaboration with Vikalp Bengaluru



Rajula Shah


Rajula grew up listening to stories, learning to make things with tribal/ folk craftsmen, and later studied cinema at the Film & TV Institute, Pune. She works in the interstice of poetry, cinema & anthropology. Indigenous knowledge systems and the changing practices thereof, form the core of her study; emerging through a close collaboration with people, their individual histories and environments.

Her films have screened widely in festivals, museums & forums across Academic/ Art contexts, to critical acclaim. Among significant awards are Horizonte Preis at Dokfest Munich, for Word within the word 2008; John Abraham National Award for Best Experimental film for ReTold by Loknath in 2013 & for short fiction Jumbled Cans in 2014.

She writes fiction and poetry. Her poetry manuscript Parchhain ki Khirki se was awarded and published as best New Writing, by Bharatiya Gyanpeeth in 2004. She has been on Juries for National and other Film Awards and continues to coach young filmmakers, film buffs & film critics in various Film & Media schools including alma mater Film & Television Institute of India, Pune.

Deepa Dhanraj


Deepa Dhanraj is an award winning filmmaker who has been actively involved with the women’s movement since 1980s. Over the last few years, she has participated in workshops, seminars and discussion groups on various issues related to women’s status – political participation, health and education. She has taught video to women activists and has given numerous lectures in various forums; including colleges all over the country. Deepa has an extensive filmography spanning nearly three decades that include many series of films on education and health as well as award winning documentaries. Enough of this Silence (2008) , The Advocate’ (2007), “Nari Adalat” (2000), ‘Itta Hejje Mundakka Thegiya Bediri Hindakka’, a series of 12 films for elected women in Gram Panchayats (1995), ‘The Legacy of Malthus’ (1994), ‘Something like a War’ (1991), ‘Kya Hua Iss Shehar Ko’ (1986) and ‘Sudesha'(1983), are a few of her films. Her films have traveled to numerous film festivals world wide.