24 frames per day

24 frames per day was conceived by combining 24 photographs captured each day over a period of 9 months. A daily meditation by the filmmaker photographing the front door of her "home" makes this a very personal
and political film that raises important questions around immigration, cultural stereotypes, and diasporic identity.

Duration: 7 minutes
Writer/Director: Sonali Gulati
Cast: Dan Currier's voice as Taxi Driver
Production Format: Digital Video
Screening Format: DVD/ VHS (NTSC) BETA SP (NTSC)


Screenings

Tacoma Park Film Festival, Tacoma Park, MD
Slamdance Film Festival, Park City, UT
14th Annual Women of Color Film & Video Festival, San Francisco, CA
26th San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival, San Francisco, CA 
Atlanta Film Festival, Atlanta, GA
Indianapolis International Film Festival, Indianapolis, IN
DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon, Eugene, OR
24th Annual Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival , Los Angeles, CA
Black Lily Film & Music Festival, Philadelphia, PA
Maryland Film Festival, Baltimore, MD
Santa Cruz Film Festival, Santa Cruz, CA
CineMental, Experimental Film Series, Brattle Street Theater, Cambridge, MA
Frameline 32, San Francisco, CA
India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India
31st Asian American International Film Festival, New York, NY
Narrating Identity, (Dis)locating Bodies Exhibition, San Francisco, CA
Tasveer's 5th Annual South Asian Independent Film Festival, Seattle, WA
Dallas Video Festival, Dallas, TX

 
 
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