In A Dissent Manner (India) by Ehraz Zaman
Doc.London Documentary Film Festival • 1h 2m
Synopsis: The campus of Aligarh Muslim University became a battleground on 15th December 2019 when police and RAF forces entered the campus on the pretext of dispersing protestors, and inflicted what can only be described as one of the worst cases of police brutality, and violence on the students. “In A Dissent Manner”, through various footage, and accounts of students and professors, explores the events of that one single night and its horrific after-effects on many students. Running time: 01:02:20.
About the director: Director and Producer Ehraz Zaman is currently pursuing a Master's in Mass Communication from Jamia Millia Islamia.
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