"Monkey Menace", produced and directed by Javier Douglas, screens as a world premiere at the 2018 WCFF in New York, NY
SYNOPSIS: MONKEY MENACE explores the unique urban conflict that exists today between Delhi’s Rhesus Macaques and citizens; with all the metaphors that this symbolizes. The film has keen observational camerawork that gives the viewer a window into a world that’s never been seen before – what it’s like to be a Rhesus Macaque living in one of the most polluted and populous modern cities in the world. India's first female primatologist Dr Iqbal Malik is the film's chief storyteller. She's been battling against the government for 30 years for the better welfare of monkeys.
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