In Search Of My Home

In the world’s largest democracy, live thousands of men, women and children with lost homes and forgotten names. Sheltering one of the largest refugee populations in the world, India still lacks a comprehensive domestic refugee law, that could guarantee them their basic human needs and a life of dignity.

In Search of My Home is a journey with a Burmese and an Afghan refugee family, as it explores the complexities in their everyday battle for survival.

Hope and despair, love and loss come together in a story never told before; a tale absent from India’s collective conscience and its mainstream media.

HOST THE FILM

On World Refugee Day (20th June, 2010) become a part of this unique global premiere by hosting the film in your city. All you need is a screening space (from as small as your drawing room to as large as a theatrical projection) and lots of friends.

Copies of the film are available for anyone interested in hosting a screening. For more info, mail us at blackticketfilms[at]gmail[dot]com

For regular updates, images and trailers join the Facebook page for the film!


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~ by mentalsyrup on May 27, 2010.

2 Responses to “In Search Of My Home”

  1. All d bst for ur film!

  2. hey thanks…if you’re on FB, join the group.
    i’m guessing you live in india – so the film, in all probability, might just be playing in your city. drop by for a watch a more…
    best!

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