Black Mountain [videorecording] : the guard of the border / Princess Productions present ; a film by Charlotte Whitby-Coles and Amin Hajee ; screenplay, direction, Charlotte Whitby-Coles, Amin Hajee.
- London : distributed by Royal Anthropological Institute, .
1 videodisc (84 min.) : sd., col. with b&w seq. ; 4 3/4 in.
- Sacred space -- India -- Gujarat.
Hinduism -- Relations -- Islam.
Religious fundamentalism -- India.
Religion and politics -- India.
Hindu temples -- India -- Gujarat.
Gujarat (India) -- Religious life and customs.
- Documentary films.
- In English and Gujarati and Hindi with subtitles in English.
- System Details:
- DVD, PAL, all region (i.e.: Region 2-9).
- "... [T]he pilgrimage site of Kalo Dungar or Black Mountain, situated in the Rann of Kutch, Gujarat, provides a micro-example of current political issues in India today, where by the 'unity in diversity' of the country is slowly being broken-down destroying any hope of communal peace. It is argued that this trend is aiding the slow break-down of communal harmony and of syncretic and pluralistic practices in the region."--Container.
- Camera, Charlotte Whitby-Coles, Amin Hajee; editor, Amin Hajee; music, Dhirendra Mulkalwar, Rishabh Parikh ... [et al.]; research, Charlotte Whitby-Coles.
- Videodisc release of the documentary film produced in 2008.
Stated duration of film on front of container is 52 minutes. Stated aspect ratio on disc label is 16:9.
Aspect ratio 1.33:1.
- Local notes:
- Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the John G. Hartman Memorial Library Fund.
- Whitby-Coles, Charlotte. , Screenwriter, Cinematographer, Director, Researcher
Hajee, Amin. , Screenwriter, Cinematographer, Director, Editor
Mulkalwar, Dhirendra. , Composer, Performer
Parikh, Rishabh. , Composer, Performer
Princess Productions (Firm) , Producer
Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland.
John G. Hartman Memorial Library Fund.
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