Nana: A Tale of Us

  • 6:00pm - 8:30pm

  • Alison House, Atrium
    Nicolson Square
    EH8 9DF

Winner of Best Film at the Edinburgh Festival of Indian Films & Documentaries in 2017

Nana is the little daughter of a local goon, who is hired by a minister during election time to force voters in his constituency to vote his way by bribe or coercion.

Set in the Himalayan tribal state of Nagaland, a region rarely seen on cinema, Nana offers a never-before-seen inside-out perspective on family life and governance challenges in India’s scenic hill states of the North-East.Yet, unlike most films in this genre, this Church-funded production articulates its concerns through plausible drama with a subtly infused correctional 'religious' message that bad karma does eventually catch up.


Part of the ECA India Season. 

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