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Jimmy Goldblum & Adam Weber
IN US 2014    58' 83'
⚬ Arts & Culture ⚬ Human Interest 

Synopsis

Delhi's most fascinating community the Kathputli Colony gives home to over 3.000 artists, magicians, acrobats and puppeteers and their families. When their home is sold to real-estate developers these street artists must find a way to unite—or splinter apart forever.

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Directors

Jimmy Goldblum & Adam Weber

Producers

Jimmy Goldblum, Adam Weber, Joshua Cogan

Co-Producers

Fazeelat Aslam, Naveen Chaubal, Will Basanta

Executive Producers

Guneet Monga, Alison Klayman

Production Company

Old Friend, LLC

Cinematography

Joshua Cogan, Will Basanta

Editors

Hye Mee Na, Isaac Hagy

Music

Dan Romer

Sound

Tom Paul

Awards

Spirit Award

EIDF 2014

Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary

Florida Film Festival 2015

Audience Award for Best Documentary

Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles 2015

Festivals

Tribeca 2014 

CPH:DOX 2014

HotDocs 2014

Film Details

Runtime 58' 83'
Spoken Languages Hindi, English
Production Countries India, USA

Biography

Jimmy Goldblum began his career as an interactive director and producer. In 2008, Goldblum won the Emmy for "New Approaches to Documentary" for LIVE HOPE LOVE, an interactive documentary he produced for the Pulitzer Center. Goldblum also wrote, filmed, and produced THE INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN CONTINUITY, an online narrative for Sony Pictures’ film 2012, which is widely considered one of the most successful transmedia campaigns of all time. Additionally, CNN called his first interactive documentary, YEARBOOK 2006 “so special…the best of the best” of all Hurricane Katrina documentaries. Goldblum's projects have won an Emmy, a Webby for Best Art Project, and been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Time Magazine, and USA Today.

Adam Weber is an editor, director, and writer who has worked for major film and TV studios in both New York and Los Angeles. Weber edited Michel Gondry’s IS THE MAN WHO IS TALL HAPPY (IFC Films), an animated documentary about Noam Chomsky, which IndieWire named one of the top 3 documentaries of 2013. Weber was an assistant editor on Gondry’s THE GREEN HORNET, and previously worked as the apprentice editor on Quentin Tarantino’s INGLORIOUS BASTERDS.

    

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