Director: R.V. Ramani; Producer: R.V. Ramani; Cinematographer: R. V. Ramani, Rrivu Laha; Editor: R.V. Ramani
Duration: 01:38:07; Aspect Ratio: 1.739:1; Hue: 24.306; Saturation: 0.058; Lightness: 0.239; Volume: 0.173; Cuts per Minute: 7.001
Summary: In what is a rare encounter between two Indian filmmakers, R.V. Ramani, cinematographer and auteur in his own right, decides to engage in a partly tongue in cheek, style-crossing filmic conversation with filmmaker Anand Patwardhan, as the latter goes about screening his films. Anand Patwardhan has been making and publicly screening documentary films for over forty years now, guided by an unwavering political vision. This film unfolds a range of other perspectives around Anand’s screening events and moments before and around them, which raise peripheral but poignant questions about documentary filmmaking and representational politics.