|aTomorrow we disappear /|bdirected by Jimmy Goldblum & Adam Weber.
|aTaipei :|bSky Digi Entertainment,|c
|a[New York, N.Y.] :|bBOND/360,|c
|a1 videodisc (83 min.) :|bsound, color ;|c4 3/4 in.
|atwo-dimensional moving image|btdi|2rdacontent
|avideo file|dDVD video|2rda
|aDirectors, Jimmy Goldblum, Adam Weber ; producers, Jimmy Goldblum, Adam Weber, Joshua Cogan ; editors, Hye Mee Na, Isaac Hagy ; original music, Dan Romer.
|aAt first glance, the Kathputli Colony looks like any other Indian slum. Flies swarm its putrid canals. Children climb on drooping electrical wires. Construction cranes and an ever-expanding Metro line loom on the horizon. But Kathputli is a place of fading traditions. For half a century 2,800 artist families have called its narrow alleyways home; there are jugglers and acrobats, puppeteers and painters, folk singers and magicians, many of whom are well-respected artists in India and abroad. In 2009 the New Delhi government sold Kathputli to developers for a fraction of its worth. The land is to be bulldozed to make room for the city's first ever skyscraper,The Raheja Phoenix. We follow three of Kathputli's most-talented performers as they wrangle with the reality of their approaching eviction.