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10 questions for the Dalai Lama

85 min., DVD

Produced by Rick Ray and Sharon Ray

College Library Main Collection, 1st Fl.

West, Rm 1191

BQ7935 B77 T46 2007

Ten questions are posed to His Holiness the Dalai Lama by filmmaker and explorer Rick

Ray. Ray examines some of the fundamental questions of our time by weaving together observations from his own journeys throughout India and the Middle East, and the wisdom of an extraordinary spiritual leader.

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55 min., DVD

Produced by Anna Cater

Memorial Library Microforms/Media

Center Room 443

HD2365 A12 2006

Over the past decade, India has emerged as the leader in the global market for

outsourced white‐collar jobs, one reason for the nation’s rapid economic growth. This WIDE ANGLE case study explores the experiences of emerging Indian professionals who have been recruited into positions requiring long hours, late‐night shifts, and Westernized work habits. The program reveals the human and cultural impact of a controversial yet essentially unstoppable global economic trend, examining its effect on Indian family life, on the evolving landscape of urban India, and on the aspirations and daily lives of young Indian citizens, especially women, as they enter the work force. In addition, anchor Daljit Dhaliwal discusses social, political, and economic development in India with Michael Elliott, editor of Time International.

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Film site:‐800‐india/introduction/70/

2 million minutes

54 min., DVD

Directed and edited by Chad Heeter

Memorial Library Microforms/Media

Center Room 443

LB1607 T95 2007

Examines the daily lives, pressures, and ambitions of six high school students in the US,

China, and India, and their future prospects in the global economy. Source: Madcat Summary

7 islands and a metro

100 min., DVD

Directed by Madhusree Dutta

Memorial Library Microforms/Media

Center Room 443

DS486 B7 S4 2006

To the seven goddesses who reign over Bom Bahia / Bombay / Mumbai.

The multilingual Bombay, the Bombay of closed mills, of popular culture, sprawling slums and real estate onslaughts, the metropolis of numerous ghettos, the El Dorado. A tale of the city through a tapestry of fiction, cinema vérité, art objects, found footage, sound installation and literary texts.

The narrative is structured around imaginary debates between Ismat Chugtai and Sadat Hasan Manto over the art of chronicling these multi‐layered overlapping cities. Shot mainly during the monsoon the film portrays some extremely beautiful yet ruthlessly violent features of Bombay which, generally, are not part of the popular narratives. Source: Product description

Film site:

Aage badhata apna Bharat

18 min., VHS

Produced by All India Congress Committee

Memorial Library Microforms/Media

Center Room 443

Video Cassette SA‐1077

Campaign videocassette supporting Congress (I) party in the 1991 Indian elections.
Source: Madcat Summary

Actor training & kalaripayyat: martial arts of India

45 min., VHS

Directed by Larry McMullen, Project

Director Farley Richmond

Memorial Library Microforms/Media

Center Room 443

GV1100.71 A28 1975

Discusses and demonstrates the system of Kalarippayatt as a method of movement

training for western actors. An in‐depth study of Kalarippayattu, martial art from Kerala, India.

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Series: Asian Theatre

Adaptable kingdom: music and dance from Nepal

27 min., VHS

Directed by Deben Bhattacharya

Music Library (Mills) Audio Facility


This film takes the viewer to a kingdom in the Himalayas, where tribal animism,

Buddhism, and Hinduism live in harmony. In the folklore of Nepal, religious mask‐dances with the sound of large barrel drums illustrate the age‐old battle between good and evil. We also hear a gayen, the itinerant singer of the Nepalese folk tradition, side‐by‐side with temple songs.


Afghanistan: Exploring the Taliban Revolution

24 min., VHS

Center for South Asia Outreach Video

Lending Library (phone: 608‐262‐9224)

In Afghanistan, the Taliban militant Sunni fundamentalists schooled in Pakistan have

taken over almost all of the country. Will their jihad spread to the Sunni minority of Iran, igniting a rebellion against that country's Shiite government? Or will Iran strike first, through the Shiite minority living in Afghanistan? This compelling report, filmed by the first crew to enter Afghanistan after America's anti‐terrorist air‐strikes in 1998, takes a first‐hand look at both the results and the implications of escalating tensions between Afghanistan and its neighbors.


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