1. [ In A Wondrous Land - Director's Cut ]


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    Mahindra Adventure pioneered a 2000 km drive thru the north-east part of India in a convoy of 30 expedition-ready Mahindra workhorses. Log on to www.mahindraadventure.com to pick your own adventure.

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    • Say 'NO' to Racism


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      A social ad created by Amateur Film Makers in order to stand against racism.

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      • The Volunteers


        from Mark Hammett Added 618 2 3

        The story of a young British born Asian man who volunteers to work at a care home for the elderly, and gets an unexpected history lesson from a seemingly embittered World War II veteran. From an original story by new writer Santosh Sandhu, pulled together by a crew of 5 over a weekend, working on a zero budget. The hardest part of making this film was gathering such specific props. Namely a few squadrons of model soldiers from the battle of Imphal and Kohima, and a photograph of a Sikh soldier in British uniform stood next to a white guy in British uniform, circa 1944. Oh... and gaining access to a care home for the elderly was virtually impossible.

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          Scenes from three of the Seven Sister States that constitute the easternmost region of India- rich in ethnic, cultural and geographical diversity connecting South with East and Southeast Asia. Assam | Arunachal Pradesh | Nagaland | Nov - Dec 2011

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          • Culture in Transition


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            "Culture in Transition" by Arne de Knegt

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              This is not a travelogue.

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              • NorthEast India. Tribal Areas.


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                Photography and Video: Sebastian Vilariño www.sebasvila.com.ar www.panorama360.com.ar Music. Sutrah (Remix)

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                • Rewben Mashangva - Chongkhom Philava


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                  Rewben Mashangva - Chongkhom Philava

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                  • MARI


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                    Easterine Kire brings to life for the first time the authentic voice of the Naga people amidst the horror of the war that overwhelmed their mountaintop home in 1944. It is a voice which has for too long been silent. In her vibrant telling of the story, Easterine shows just what it meant for Nagas to be refugees in their own homeland, their homes and livelihoods around them crushed by the weight of conflict and bloodshed, their families split up and separated forever.’ – Robert Lyman, military historian ‘Even if you haven’t read about or heard of the Battle of Kohima, which stopped the Japanese march into India, you will never forget the battle after reading this book. It is based on Mari’s living memory and a diary she kept during and after the war. Vic, Mari and Pat show by example that it is by living passionately and loving unreservedly that we give depth and meaning to the scattered events and accidents of our lives. Mari and the people around her love deeply, and that sees them through life and death.’ – Paulus Pimomo, Professor of English & Co-Director, African and Black Studies, Central Washington University ‘Easterine’s writings are pivoted on her yearning for truth and grace, enveloped at the same time in the existential human predicament. Her writings are aimed at all categories of readers: young and old, traditional and modern.’ – Dr A.J. Sebastian, Head, Department of English, Nagaland University I open the diary slowly. The childish scrawl of a young girl fills its pages, and as I read on, I am almost that girl again. Carefree, innocent, and oblivious to the way in which the war would change my life forever. I am drawn once again, irresistibly, into that mad whirl of living, dying and loving. That was the war I knew. I had thought then that life began at seventeen. And that life began in spring. And the world was green with the young green of new plants, the hills bathed with thin mist every evening and the nights velvet with the songs of Bing Crosby. How little I knew of life then. Kohima. 1944. The Japanese invade India, life changes overnight, and seventeen-year-old Mari O’Leary and her young sisters are evacuated from their home and separated from the rest of their family. Even as she pines for her fiancé Vic, a soldier in the British army, Mari and her sisters are forced to run from village to village, camping in fields, eating herbs for food, seeking shelter or a trustworthy friend, until the madness has passed. A sensitive recounting of a true story, Mari is also the story of Kohima and its people. Easterine Kire brings alive a simpler time in a forgotten place that was ravaged by war before it was noticed by the rest of the world. http://www.harpercollins.co.in/BookDetail.asp?Book_Code=2721 ALL ARCHIVAL FOOTAGE OF THE WORLD WAR HAS BEEN SOURCED FROM YOUTUBE. THIS VIDEO IS INTENDED FOR PERSONAL USE AND HAS NO COMMERCIAL PURPOSE.

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                    • The Kohima Metro Cable


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                      Directed by Alfredo Brillembourg, Daniel Schwartz & Marielly Casanova Shot by Daniel Schwartz & Marielly Casanova Caracas footage shot by Alfredo Brillembourg & John Frankfurt Edited by Daniel Schwartz Music by Justin Baron http://www.myspace.com/justinbaron

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