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Sava Sher: Identity exploration and Film making with Tuning Fork Films

November 1, 2014 • Posted in: News, Uncategorized, Workshops

The Pench Tiger Reserve is home to the famous Royal Bengal Tiger. This large cat has come to receive much attention and conservation efforts focus on the recovery of the numbers of this majestic specie. With the tiger at the fore, changes in the reserve take the form of changing rural landscapes, social fabrics and tourism revolving around the tiger.

Through our identity exploration and film making workshop, we wished to shift focus from the tigers of Pench and see what lies beyond!

Our students, rightly the ‘sava shers’ of Pench, learnt about video shooting, editing, voiceovers and everything that comes with film making. However, this was no ordinary film making workshop; the five days of the workshop entailed digging deeper and exploring the relationship of ‘jungle, mein aur gaav’ and, in the words of Ankit, ‘demystifying the camera’.

Pulkita Parsai taking the students through the identity exploration process.

Pulkita Parsai taking the students through the identity exploration process.

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