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A fun lesson on Gender Injustice for young people!
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How Indian Women Are Socialised
Mallika Sarabhai, Samia Malik
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BBC India and Darpana come together to celebrate the Indian women in sports on the 8th of March, International Women's Day, with a dance video choreographed by Mallika Sarabhai, music composed and sung by TM Krishna and conceived, shot and edited by Yadavan Chandran.
The piece is based on the English Poem by Mala Thapar aka Matahari and translated into Tamil by Kavitha Muralidharan.
Whatever the naysayers contend, the effects of climate change and the damage we are doing to the earth, are everywhere. From the pandemic that has transformed us into scared home bodies to the tsunamis, floods and droughts we are warned every day of the precipice we hurtle towards.
To bring this message artfully to the world, Mallika Sarabhai,
Yadavan Chandran and the Darpana
team bring to you ARID, a new three minute dance video. originally created for the News18 Mission Paani.Choreographed and performed by Mallika Sarabhai. Conceived, directed, filmed and edited by Yadavan Chandran. Music by Raag Sethi. Vocals by Aditi Ramesh.Poem by John Agard.
Mallika Sarabhai's contemporary cross-cultural interpretation of Maya Angelou's I Rise, performed at the Tribeca Arts Centre for the Battery Dance Company and Jonathan Hollander.
this video comes with the hashtag #ifwedonotrise on a day when 500 civil society organisations get together to speak up against the shrinking of democratic values and institutions in india
Still I Rise
Frank Carlberg, Christine Correa, Yousif Sheronik, Ishita Ganguli, Jayan Nair, Louis Banks
Shot and Edited by Yadavan Chandran
Dance Unlocked - A Coming Together
#DanceUnlocked - A Coming Together
That was a world of greed, of want, of winning, of more, more, more. This must be the world of caring, of giving, of sharing, of cooperation and generosity. Towards this new world, Darpana and Natarani bring you the dance of togetherness and reaching out. May the spirit of dance liberate you.
Direction, editing and graphics: Yadavan Chandran
Concept: Mallika Sarabhai
Music: Tanmoy Bose – Rivulets of Innocence
Featuring (in order of appearance)
Tanmoy Bose, Kumudini Lakhia, VP Dhananjayan, Madhavi Mudgal, Astad Deboo, Anita Sharma, Rukmini Vijayakumar,Mandeep Raikhy,
Anita Ratnam, Rima Kallingal, Sandeep Soparrkar, Geeta Chandran, Revanta Sarabhai, Jayachandran Palazhy, Mallika Sarabhai,
Vaibhav Arekar, Shovana Narayan, Rama Vaidyanathan, Aditi Mangaldas, Priti Patel, Ileana Citaristi, Hemabharathy Palani and Shanta Dhananjayan.
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