Tears In The Fabric – a documentary film by The Rainbow Collective

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Tears In The Fabric is a documentary film by The Rainbow Collective and was part of the Brick Lane Circle’s fourth annual conference recently.

In Savar, Bangladesh, Razia struggles to raise her two grandchildren after losing her daughters in the Rana Plaza factory collapse which claimed the lives of over 1000 garment workers. One year after the disaster, TEARS IN THE FABRIC follows Razia as she searches for resolution and answers through protest on the streets of Dhaka, in the education of her grandsons and amongst the rubble and torn fabrics of Rana Plaza.

The Rainbow Collective: Hannan Majid and Richard York have been working together as documentary filmmakers since graduating. www.rainbowcollective.co.uk

Brick Lane Circle’s events are designed to help improve our understanding of Bangladesh, the experiences of Bangladeshis around the world and the complexities and challenges faced by the country and its people. For more information about Brick Lane Circle, email: bricklanecircle@yahoo.co.uk

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Categories: 1. News & Events, Reviews & Arts, South Asia, UK & Europe

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