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In Shooting Water, Devyani Saltzman recounts her experience straddling the separate worlds of her divorced parents in Canada and India-navigating between two The highly acclaimed debut is Devyani Saltzman's remarkable story of reconnecting with her mother, award-winning filmmaker Deepa Mehta, in India and Sri Lanka during the production of the Oscar®-nominated film Water.
Devyani Saltzman’s debut book Shooting Water: A Memoir of Second Chances, Family, and Filmmaking details the making of her mother, Deepa Mehta’s, third film in her Elements trilogy, entitled Water.
Devyani Saltzman’s debut book Shooting Water: A Memoir of Second Chances, Family, and Filmmaking details the making of her mother, Deepa Mehta’s, third film in her Elements trilogy, entitled Water Current projects.
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Great! Haven't been able to read much, but this hooked me. The bonus is finding a bunch of films that I would like to se. .I sort of dropped out of the film scene when I has kids. MochiMama, August 21, 2013. We're committed to providing low prices every day, on everything.
Shooting Water by Devyani Saltzman is the touching story of the making of the film Water of which Ms. Salzman's mother, Deepa Mehta, is the writer/director. The film documents the deplorable life of widows in India in the 1930's. The shooting began in Benares, India's most holy city where many of these widows lived. However, within a couple of days dangerous demonstrations shut down the production and four years later the film was finished in Sri Lanka.
In February 2000, Devyani Saltzman, Daughter Of International Award-Winning Film-Maker Deepa Mehta, Travelled To Benares To Work With Her Mother On Water, The Final Film Of The Elements Trilogy After Fire And Earth. Since Her Parents Divorce When She Was Eleven Years Old, Devyani Had Spent Her Life Navigating Between Two Religions, Two Traditions, Two Cultures, And Two Peoplebelonging To Both And To Neither At Once. Water Would Be Mother And Daughter S Second Chance.
The New York Times Devyani Saltzman has written a stunning memoir of separation and reconciliation and of the ways that art and life converge
In 1999, the author, then 19, accompanies her mother to work as a third assistant cameraperson. A series of politically motivated attacks shut down the film's production. The New York Times Devyani Saltzman has written a stunning memoir of separation and reconciliation and of the ways that art and life converge. a lush, evocative memoir that is emotional but never cloying.
A Memoir of Second Chances, Family, and Filmmaking. Devyani Saltzman (1979-), Deepa Mehta (1949-). Published September 24, 2007 by Newmarket. Canada, India, v Biography.
Her mother, Deepa Mehta, desperately wanted to tell the heartbreaking true . Mehta's film was set in Benares, India in 1938, and told the story of three such widows.
At the age of 11, Saltzman's film-maker parents divorced and she was given the choice of which parent she wanted to live with. Her mother, Deepa Mehta, desperately wanted to tell the heartbreaking true story of an invisible sect in Indian culture, the Hindu widow.
Shooting Water is a memoir of a mother-daughter relationship that was rekindled during the filming of Water. Touching on Saltzman’s history with her mother and father, the book delves into Indian politics, cinema and her yearning for love and belonging. The majority of the book takes place between India and Sri Lanka.