Baffled by media’s blanking of grass-roots issues: Kamal Musale

Dna’s Yogesh Pawar caught up with Kamal Musale for a chat about ‘Million Can Walk’ and India’s social issues.

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Interview of Kamal Musale for Mint on ‘Millions can walk’

“The idea was to document the march but to also follow the characters” says co-director Musale. “We researched big dams, went to a lot of villages, and selected the characters from places where the Ekta Parishad is active”. And he added also: “India in general is in a strange spiral—it has a lot of foreign investment, but the differences between the rich and the poor are also widening”.

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Press release for the Indian Film Festival presented by the Swiss Indian Film Bridge in Geneva

CineLac Orange Open-Air Cinema the 10-11-12 August 2011


Pictures of films to be screened at the Geneva Cinelac Open-Air

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Taj Enlighten Film Society, supported by the Consulate of Switzerland organised an European Film Festival in Mumbai in June 2011 .
The selection included a retrospective of Jean-Luc Godard and a Swiss film package.
The festival was inaugurated by Swiss-Indian filmmaker Kamal Musale and Indian filmmaker Amole Gupte. There was also a workshop on documentary filmmaking by Kamal Musale.
The screenings were held across five venues in Mumbai: National Centre for Performing Arts, Cinemax Versova, Metro Big Cinemas, World Media College and Mumbai Times Cafe.

Kamal Musale at the opening of the European Film Festival in Mumbai

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Interview of Kamal Musale for Dear by Nandita Dutta

“I want to make Indian films for audiences in Europe”: Swiss-Indian filmmaker Kamal Musale on his origin, his films, co-production and his upcoming film in Hindi.

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Kamal Musale

Kamal Musale

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