Sita sings the blues

by | Saturday, January 19, 2008

I have been following Nina Paley’s career for a while now. I first found out about her through the now defunct Desi website, badmash.com and have tracked her website off and on. Nina is an amazing animator and her best work is devoted to the Indian epic The Ramayana as seen through the eyes of Sita titled, Sita sings the blues. Check out her website and her other animation films.

Topics related to this post: Creativity | Design | Fun | India | Video

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