Kavi is an award-winning, Oscar-nominated short feature film available in the UK through Dalit Freedom Network.
Kavi is about a young boy in India who wants to play cricket and go to school, but instead he is forced to work in a brick-kiln as a modern-day slave. Dissatisfied with his fate, Kavi must either accept what he's always been told, or fight for a different life even if he's unsure of the ultimate outcome.
Kavi gives an insight into the reality of life for millions of Dalit children in bonded labour in India today.
"Kavi tugs at the heartstrings" (Entertainment Weekly)
"Remarkably incisive and moving" (The Los Angeles Times)
Attend a public screening
Kavi DVD can be purchased from our online shop for home/personal use for only £10 (plus P&P).
To screen Kavi for large audiences you will need a licence in order to meet copyright rules. Screening kits including the relevant licence can be purchased from our online shop. Each kit includes a screening pack with information and ideas to help you plan your screening. This can be a great way of not only raising awareness but also raising funds for our work in tackling Dalit trafficking and slavery. Kits are available for:
The licence is for a single screening following which the DVD reverts to home/personal use.
An institution licence is available for schools, colleges, universities, faith communities (e.g. churches), charities, voluntary and community organisations. This entitles the institution to screen multiple times on their premises and to make the video available for members in their library. Resource packs are included in the licence which can be purchased from our online shop.
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