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Angad Bhalla

Participates in 1 Session
Angad Singh Bhalla uses film to call attention to voices we rarely hear.  Passionate about using media as a means of fostering political change, Angad co-founded the production co-operative Time of Day Media. While working as a community organizer for immigrant rights, he produced videos for groups including the Service Employees International Union, the AFL-CIO and the Center for Constitutional Rights. 
His debut feature documentary, Herman’s House, screened at more than 40 festivals and received an Emmy award following its 2013 PBS broadcast.  His first foray into interactive storytelling, The Deeper They Bury Me: A Call from Herman Wallace, has been presented at the New York Film Festival and IDFA. A production of the National Film Board of Canada, it was named one 2015’s 12 most creative examples of digitally enabled storytelling by the Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab.

Sessions in which Angad Bhalla participates

Thursday 29 September, 2016

Time Zone: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)

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