Twenty-five years ago Kela was abandoned by her mother in Bangladesh. Adopted and raised by a British family, Kela is returning for the first time to a country and culture she has never experienced.
Screening Formats: Digital / DV CAM
Edinburgh, Dundee, Aberdeen & Glasgow: Bridging the Gap Screenings: Journeys 2005
An Elysium Production in association with Bridging the Gap and Scottish Screen.
Supported by: The Scottish Screen National Lottery Fund, Scottish Enterprise Tayside, Angus Digital Media Centre, Docspace and Edinburgh College of Art.
To arrange a screening contact: email@example.com
This film was developed through Bridging the Gap, an opportunity for emerging filmmakers based in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Researcher: Saiful Huda
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