by Nawneet Ranjan on Wednesday, January 15, 2014
- Session type
- Technical level
To share the stories of change from Dharavi and showcase how we should bring the people living on the fringes of our society part of the mainstream to make this world a better place.
Why stories are important?
How it impacts learning and social Change?
Understand the larger narrative arc of our life.
From the bottom of pyramid for bottom of pyramid
Projector, Stationery - writing material, Internet connection, power outlet large hall where 30 people can move around in smaller groups.
MFA in Films & Television, Academy of Art University, San Francisco and Undergraduate in English Literature from University of Delhi
Worked as Theater-in-Education resource person for The Times of India, Bharitya Vidya Bhavan, Pravah, Deepalaya, Care - India, GreenPeace India and many others.
Worked as a freelance copywriter and first assistant director on two feature films, director and producer of short films and television commercial.
Presently working on DHARAVI DIARY: A SLUM INNOVATION PROJECT and making a feature length documentary about this whole initiative. I along with my team believe that this whole initiative will increase the income of the community and help them in keeping their kids in school.