Wednesday, 11 May 2016

3rd Navi Mumbai International Film Festival NMIFF-2016 welcomes the submission of a Professional Shorts "The Forgotten Stew" from India, Directed by Richard Kazn Young.

Three hundred years of British Rule in India brought about some mixed marriages betweenBritish Men and Indian Brides forming a new race called the Anglo Indian as described in Article 366(2) of The Indian Constitution.The Anglo Indian community has always been a minority of minorities, and due to migration and intermarriage the numbers have fallen drastically."Forgotten Stew" is a story of a community interwoven around the first settlement of the British in the old city of (Bombay) Mumbai. All the interviewees’ have a heartwarming story to tell especially Hazel Branche who is now 96 year and talks about Independence Day 1947 in Mumbai.Will this community fade away by the next generation? Help us to save & and; preserve the heritage of this community.

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