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Films > Video Films Bbased on Workshops
Pramila Esther Victoria Abraham

Pramila tells stories of fighting queens, persian cats and a woman with a whip in these video notes, based on the Visual History Workshop held on August 31, 1997 in Mumbai.

   
Kanaka

Kanaka Murthy, a traditional sculptor, braved aspersions on her character to learn her craft from master sculptor Vadiraj. Based on video recordings made in Bangalore on November 26, 1997, and during the Visual History Workshop in Mumbai on November 30, 1997

   
Damayanti Menaka's Daughter

Damayanti Joshi, a Kathak dancer, dared to dance at a time when it was considered disrespectable. Based on video recordings made at her house during the Visual History Workshop in Mumbai on February 13 and 15, 1998

   
Sushma Vhay, Mee Savitriba

Theatre artiste Sushma Deshpande describes how she recreated the spirit of Savitribai Phule for her audiences. Based on video recordings made at her house in Pune and during the Visual History Workshop in Mumbai on August 27 and 30, 1998

   
Neela Colours of Tradition

Neela Panch realised her childhood dream of becoming a painter. Her traditional Mysore paintings have been captured in these video recordings made in Bangalore on November 14, 1998, and during the Visual History Workshop in Mumbai on November 29, 1998

   
Maya

Theatre artiste Maya Krishna Rao talks about the constant inventions that keep her audiences curious, in the Visual History workshop held on October 25, 1998.