Flex n Faces

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English (subtitled), 20 min, 2009, India

‘Flex n Faces’ has the city as the backdrop to explore the boom of political banners printed on flex. The film inquires into the explosion of flex banners and the politics of claiming spaces, through the use of interviews, fictional and graphical sequences. In this film, the interviewees appear as ‘still faces’, like banners and dry two-dimensional banners come alive as they start becoming visual gods and dictate the visual geography of the city.

School of Media and Cultural Studies, TISS
Creative Crew
Vikram Amladi
Parmanand Kumar
Hitesh Chaurasia
Dishain Chakrobarty