Project Kashmir


Two Americans, a Hindu and a Muslim, sneak into the war zone of Kashmir to uncover the truth about what is happening in what is considered to be one of the most dangerous places on earth. Will the people of Kashmir speak to them in spite of a virtual gag order? Project Kashmir is a feature-length documentary (83:30) that follows these two friends as they confront their personal identities both in religious and political terms. The camera follows this Hindu-Muslim team as they explore key issues of religious and cultural conflict, human rights, and freedom of expression and reveal the roots of a divided South Asian immigrant community in the United States.


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