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The Tribeca Film Festival: Focus on a Vanishing Delhi Artist Colony in "Tomorrow We Disappear"

The Tribeca Film Festival: Focus on a Vanishing Delhi Artist Colony in
BY JOE TYRRELL
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Never was a movie title more forlorn nor apt as “Tomorrow We Disappear.”

Directed by Jimmy Goldblum and Adam Weber, the film is about the puppeteers, acrobats, sword swallowers and magicians of the Kathputli colony in Delhi. They are slum-dweller-artists who have practiced their art through many generations but whose cultural and artistic traditions may vanish as a result of forced relocation.

In 2011 the government sold their land to high-rise developers who plan to build the tallest building in India on their razed property along with a luxury shopping center containing goods these people could never afford.

 

8 Reasons Our Chelsea Handler is in Play

8 Reasons Our Chelsea Handler is in Play
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

David Letterman is retiring from his late night talk show in 2015, and Montclair’s Stephen Colbert will be filling the position. New Jersey’s own Chelsea Handler was in...

Rumors Surface About Jacqueline Laurita's Return for RHONJ Season 6

Rumors Surface About Jacqueline Laurita's Return for RHONJ Season 6
BY CHELSEA HAMILTON
NEWJERSERYNEWROOM.COM

The manipulation, the foul language, and the constant family turmoil is only a brief description for why many around the country find themselves glued to Bravo’...

'Act One' Broadway Review: A Heavy Chain of Show Biz Events

'Act One' Broadway Review: A Heavy Chain of Show Biz Events
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

For me, although I have six more attractions to review before it concludes this month, “Act One” is the bitterest disappointment of the Broadway season.

The book ...

'Of Mice and Men' Broadway Review: A Sterling Revival of a Sorrowful American Story

'Of Mice and Men' Broadway Review: A Sterling Revival of a Sorrowful American Story
BY MICHAEL SOMMERS
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

A bleak poetry suffuses “Of Mice and Men,” John Steinbeck’s 1937 stage adaptation of his brief novel. So does the sterling Broadway revival of the play, which op...

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