This third film in a series concerning memory, diaspora and decolonialism begins with the filmmaker’s father navigating a virtual rendering of his ancestral home in Goa, India—a rendering created using the same surveillance technologies used by mining companies to map locations, then extract and exploit iron ore resources. Soon the father adopts the voice of local spirit Devchar, whose task is to protect Goa’s workers, farmers and land. But from what, exactly, do they need protection?
This film is available for the extension of the festival, until Sunday 14 November.
This film is available for audiences worldwide.
You can watch it with the following Festival Passes: