the wedding anniversary
vijay s. jodha
An unplanned performance by unruly children and some post‐production effects help turn a family home video into a silent comedy short of Charlie Chaplin‐like proportions. This film is a tribute to the golden age of cinema when silent slapstick comedy shorts were the rage.
Vijay S. Jodha is a writer, photographer and filmmaker based in Gurgaon, India. He studied film making at New York University and has worked with directors Ang Lee and Mira Nair. He has received many honours and his films have been shown in over 200 countries and on 75 broadcast channels including CNN, BBC, PBS and Discovery. Alternative responses to his work include having a group show confiscated by the government and a false police case that took six years to be dismissed by the courts.