Miles we go, to feed ourselves
The story revolves around a Brick Kiln near Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. Through a close look into the process of brick making and conversations with women occupying that space, the film acts as a commentary on the neo-liberal state.
The genesis of this film are the findings of the research conducted on migrant workers working in Brick Kilns. This documentary targets several audiences, which include the public, advocacy groups, policy makers and academics. Its aim is to shape public knowledge and policy debates and is in keeping with the University of Toronto's Global Classroom Initiative.
The documentary is still in works. It was a part of the Doc-edge 2022.