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September 2006

I See No Stranger – NYC

A few days after our world premiere in Phoenix, we headed east for our New York premiere at the beautiful Rubin Museum of Art in Manhattan as part of the Sikh Arts and Film Festival. We arrived early to wander the sixth floor of the museum and admire the New York Times-acclaimed Sikh art exhibit “I See No Stranger“ – a breathtaking presentation of early Sikh devotional art emphasizing Guru Nanak’s message of the deep interconnectedness between all people. We then entered the theater downstairs to introduce our film Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath to a full house. […]

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The End is the Beginning – Phoenix

There was a red carpet. Four hundred fifty people. Press cameras. Hot food. Banners that read “United We Stand, Divided We Fall.” A whirl of conversation that settled when the film began. And a standing ovation when it ended. It was the night of our world premiere in Phoenix, Arizona, and it officially launched Divided We Fall into the world. The premiere was held on the eve of the five-year memorial of Balbir Sodhi’s murder. Hosted by the Phoenix Sikh community, the event was a memorial for those who died on 9/11 and in its aftermath. The Sodhi family was […]

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A World Premiere

The film is done. Completely done. Finished. (Here it is on the big screen.) And now we enter the world… Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath will make its World Premiere on the eve of the five-year memorial of Balbir Sodhi’s murder, the first “retribution” murder in the aftermath of 9/11. On Thursday, September 14, the Phoenix Sikh community will host the event in memory of Sodhi and all hate crimes victims. The evening will include a Q&A with the filmmakers (Sharat Raju and yours truly) and a dinner reception hosted by the Sodhi family. Click here for the […]

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