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Walls and the Tiger

“Walls and the Tiger”, a film by Sushma Kallam

14 April, 18:30, Goethe Institute

Runtime: 82′

A nationwide state-and-corporate economic-development push is forcing many Indian farmer-villagers off their land and depriving them of their livelihoods and age-old ways of life. Walls and the Tiger shows that ongoing process while focusing on the response of one community of South Indian farmer-villagers.

The film will be followed by a Q&A with guest speaker:

  • Sushma Kallam, Film Director
  • Maryam Niamir-Fuller, Executive Director on Post 2015 and Sustainable Development Goals

The film is in English and has a running time of 76 minutes



documents-library32x32 DblueHandout: ‘Walls and the Tiger’

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