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KAMADHENU

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ABOUT THE FILM

The film begins with an image of classes in school and shows a comprehensive course on cows examined from various angles. While incorporating elements of religion and day-to-day life, the film shows how deeply the cow is rooted in life in India.

Credit

DIRECTOR'S DATA

Profile:
Posts Held: President / Low Budget & Children Film Producers Guild Secry. Producers Sector / A.P. Film Chamber of Commerce Incharge Editor / A.P. Film Chamber of Commerce Journal Former Secretary / A.P. Film Directors Association Vice President / TV Telecasters Association Founder Member / South Indian Film Directors Association Former Secretary / Cine Technicians Association South India Jury Member / Awards Committee South Indian Cinematographers Association (2002-2003)
Nationality:
India
Activities:
Feature Films: 1. "LAKSHMANA REKHA" 2. "SWARGANIKI NITCHANALU" 3. "MARO SEETHA KATHA" 4. "BHALE KAAPURAM" 5. "CHINNARI CHITTI BABU" 6. "BHALE AMMAYILU" 7. "PARVATHI MALLIPUTTINDI" 8. "RAJASTHAN RAWDEELU" 9. "FILM STAR"
Screening / Award history:
・LG Sangam Academy - Special Jury Award ・Children Film Society of India ・Golden Jubilee Film Festival (Delhi) ・2005 A.P.Nandi Film Award - Best Documentary ・Suchitra Bangalore International Film Festival ・International Film Festival Culture - Jaipur ・National Film Festival by Film Society of Karimnagar

4 people voted

zen_film
2007-07-17 23:05:13

インド! 牛!! 深い!!

はあと
2007-06-07 15:48:57

とっても勉強になった。実験的だったり個性的な作品が多いなか、この作品はだんとつに目立っている気がする。

Dan Monceaux
2007-06-01 15:17:46

The relentless narration wore me out about 2/3 in. The lack of syncronised sound was also a disappointment. The film's colour was vivd however and I found the doc amusing and culturally informative, even if the science was dubiously presented. The cows running backwards were charmingly silly.

Laviolie
2007-05-18 22:48:53

This is really cool and neat.