Shortcut to India - Unterwegs in Indien.
Shortcut to India – Unterwegs in Indien
By Daniel Burkholz and Sybille Fezer - Von Daniel Burkholz und Sybille Fezer
On the road through India - encounters with country and people. A photobook featuring creative, dynamic women and traditionally-minded men, street hawkers, day labourers, nomads and farmers, monks and itinerant saints.....; And, of course, the heroines of our film "Women for Justice".
Editor: Daniel Burkholz, Photos: Sybille Fezer, and others, Text: Daniel Burkholz, ebook, 264 Pages, 250 double-sided colour photos, 29.90 €; 1. Edition, August 2018, copyright/all rights reserved: EDITION ROADSIDE/Daniel Burkholz, www.roadside.dokumentarfilm.de
Unterwegs in Indien - Begegnungen mit Land und Leuten. Ein fotografisches ebook mit kreativen, tatkräftigen Frauen und traditionsbewussten Männern, Straßenhändlern und Tagelöhnern, Bauern und Nomaden, Mönchen und Wanderheiligen,... ; Und auch mit den „Frauen für Gerechtigkeit“, den Heldinnen unseres Films Shortcut to Justice.
Herausgeber: Daniel Burkholz, Fotos: Sybille Fezer, u. A., Text: Daniel Burkholz, ebook, 214 Seiten, 200 doppelseitige Farbfotos, 29.90 €; 1. Auflage, August 2018, copyright/alle Rechte vorbehalten: EDITION ROADSIDE/Daniel Burkholz, www.roadside.dokumentarfilm.de
Completion Date:August 1, 2018
Daniel Burkholz, born in Würzburg / Germany, is an award winning filmmaker. He first worked as journalist for newspaper and radio, as editor of a scientific magazine and also as photographer. Later, he worked in the fields of environment protection, education, civil rights, before he became a filmmaker. In 2005, he founded his company Roadside Dokumentarfilm. Since then, he is shooting and producing documentary films for cinema and TV. His films are succesfully presented on many international film festivals around the world. In 2017, Daniel Burkholz founded the EDITION ROADSIDE
Sybille Fezer was first working some years as a journalist before heading to Sao Paulo/Brasil, where she was doing community development and human rights work for more than 7 years. After returning to Germany, she studied social education. Since 2001 she is executive member of the board at the women's and human rights organization medica mondiale which was awarded with the alternative nobel prize (right livelihood award). Her work on all continents led the conflict reseacher and passionate fighter for women's and human rights to becoming a filmmaker also.
Our work is our way to take a standpoint.