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Nadeem Uddin
Born in Bhopal, India, Nadeem Uddin attended film school in the U.S. and resides in the Pacific Northwest. He has produced and photographed programs for Indian television and social activist organizations in India and the U.S. His passionate work on the subject of the long term effects of the 1984 Union Carbide gas leak disaster in Bhopal, India, landed him a place as one of the producers of “Bhopal: The Search for Justice,” a documentary which premiered on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporations The Nature of Things in December, 2004.

As a stand-alone film, backed by the National Film Board of Canada and Société Radio Canada, “Bhopal: The Search for Justice” was selected for screening at the Amnesty International Festivals in London, New York and Los Angeles; the Festival Internacional de Cinema e Video Ambiental [FICA] in Goìa, Brazil, where it won the 2005 Wolf Jesco von Puttkamer Award for Best Medium Length Documentary; and is being shown on the Sundance Film Channel 2005-06

His second film, “Kumbh Mela: Songs of the River” this great roving festival has moved around India for more than four thousand years, Allahabad, India was the largest gathering of humanity in recorded history has received raving reviews. His latest release is "Varanasi: Sacred River, Sacred Fire" about the Passage of life and death and an individual’s last rites within Hinduism.



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