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6th(2004)



Sarama

Sailja Jain

  • India
  • 2003
  • 4min
  • Beta
  • color/black and white

This Indian piece, based on the Hindu phrase honoring the virtue of the dog, applies the schemes of race, gender and class to animals. Amongst the ‘pure-bloods’ bred by Western bourgeois males and the ‘Jindo Dog’ that has become the Korean icon of nationalism, can ‘mom’-lacking both a good master and time-make herself up and handle the burden of taking care of her puppies? Can she survive? (Kim Joon-yang)

Director

  • Sailja JainSailja Jain

    Sailja Jain is a final year diploma student of National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad in India. She is presently working on her Diploma project with a new upcoming Television Channel to promote Indian culture and tradition. She completed her BFA from College of Art, Delhi and joined the postgraduate Animation Programme at the NID in 1999.

Credit

  • Screenwriter Sailja Jain
  • Cinematography Sailja Jain
  • Editor Binoj John
  • Sound Deval Mehta