A documentary film by an Indian director, Rahul Jain named “Invisible Demons” is now a part of Cannes Film Festival climate features. The new section on Cinema for the Climate will feature six documentaries and one feature film on the different climate changes worldwide was announced by the festival.
The documentary is described as a “shocking documentary” about the pollution in New Delhi describing the tiny dust particles as invisible demons.
A brief round-up about the documentary was given at the festival’s official site,
“Rahul Jain’s camera tries to breathe as it makes its way through this ecological hell, giving us both something to see and something to think about.”
Rahul Jain graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Video from the California Institute of The Arts directed his first documentary named “Machines” about the factory life for a textile mill in Gujarat.
The line-up of more documentaries at the festival are Marcher Surl’eau (Above Water) by Aissa Maiga (Niger-France), Animal by Cyril Dion (France), I Am So Sorry by Zhao Liang (France – China), Bigger Than Us by Flore Vasseur (France) and La Panthere des Neiges by Marie Amiguet (France). The 74th Cannes Film Festival will be held from July 6 to 17.