Raghu Rai, an Unframed Portrait

    • Avani Rai
    • India, Finland, Norway
    • 2017
    • 55 min
    • World Premiere
    • IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary
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    Raghu Rai has been photographing India for 50 years. He has captured
    major events of India’s history from political conflicts to the everyday realities of the people. His photos on the Bhopal gas tragedy, Indira Gandhi, Mother Theresa and Dalai Lama are world famous. Raghu Rai’s life and work are revealed by Avani Rai, the director of the film. Who we follow through the film as she struggles to find her own voice - when her father has his own ideas about the film.

    Credits

    Director
    Avani Rai
    Production
    Iikka Vehkalahti for IV Films
    Co-production
    Gurmeet Sangha Rai for CRCI India Pvt Ltd, Torstein Grude for Piraya Films
    Involved TV Channel
    YLE, ARTE France, TVO, Al Arabiya, SVT, MCOT, KRO

    Contact

    World Sales
    Stephanie Fuchs for Autlook Filmsales
    Festival Handling
    Youn Ji for Autlook Filmsales

    More information

    Spoken languages
    English
    Hindi

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    IDFA history

    2017
    World Premiere
    IDFA Competition for Mid-Length Documentary
    2016
    Supported with €40000 for Europe: International Co-production

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