Short Film
GB, 2003, DVD, colour, 22'

Otolith links three historical moments: the mutant future of the 22nd Century, the ambient fear of the early 21st Century and the post independence era of the mid 20th Century. The voice-over addresses the viewer from a dangerous future that positions the present as historical ruin. This mode of address allows Dr Usha Adebaran Sagar, the fictional narrator, who resides in a permanent state of weightlessness that prevents habitation on Earth, to speculate on the evolution of humankind through an investigation of the archives of her female ancestors: the 21st century researcher Anjalika Sagar and Ms. Anasuya Gyan Chand, grandmother of Anjalika and 20th century Indian feminist.

Organisation: City of Women
In co-operation with: Kinodvor
With the support of: The British Council

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Oct 01st 19:30
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