MaryannDeLeo, vibha BakshiAcademy Awards, 2004

Oscar winning filmmaker Maryann De Leo
Executive Producer of Daughters of Mother India

Academy Award winning filmmaker Maryann De Leo is one of the most critically acclaimed filmmakers in the documentary world.
Maryann De Leo is the Executive Producer of Daughters of Mother India.
Maryann De Leo and Vibha Bakshi’s previous films together include:

TERROR AT HOME, a film which was part of the United States Government’s Emmy Award winning campaign to Stop Violence Against Women. Directed by Oscar winner Maryann De Leo, Co-Produced by Vibha Bakshi and Executive Produced by singer/activist Michael Bolton.

TOO HOT NOT TO HANDLE, HBO’s highly acclaimed film on Global Warming. Executive Produced by Laurie David- whose film Inconvenient Truth with Al Gore won the Oscar for Best feature Documentary. Co-Directed by Oscar winner Maryann De Leo, Co-Produced by Vibha Bakshi.

 JAN ROFEKAMP

Jan Rofekamp
President & CEO Films Transit International

Jan Rofekamp, winner of the DOC MOGUL,  given once a year by Hotdocs to an individual for his or her extraordinary contribution to the documentary world during a life time career.

film-transit‘Daughters of Mother India’ has been selected by Films Transit International, one of the longest running, renowned and respected international sales agencies of quality documentaries with offices in Montréal and in New York.

Films Transit specializes in the worldwide release and marketing of high profile, theatrical and TV documentaries.

“We are thrilled to represent this critically important film that is transforming the mindset of India. Having the police, legislators, academia and activists actively embracing Daughters of Mother India and using the film to begin the discussion and create such hope and change is extraordinary.

There are very few documentary films that are able to so successfully accomplish this on such a wide scale”

 Holtzberg_Diana, vibha BakshiDiana Holtzberg
Emmy Award winner and
Vice President of Films Transit

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‘Daughters of Mother India’ to be showcased in Universities across United States by Third World Newsreel, the oldest media arts organization in the U.S. devoted to cultural workers of color and their global constituencies will represent.

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