SJC BVC student wins four film awards

Rolling Frames Short Film Summit
SCARRED, a hard-hitting film on acid attack victims by Sarah Thomas won the BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM AWARD AND and a total of 4 Awards at the Rolling Frames Short Film Summit 2014 at NIMHANS Convention Center 5-6 July 2014
Winner of

BEST DOCUMENTARY FILM
BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY
BEST MUSIC DIRECTOR
BEST EDITING

Sarah Thomas’s 30-minute film ‘Scarred’ is aimed at spreading awareness on an issue ‘that is as heinous as rape’

Sarah Thomas, 21, believes acid attacks are as heinous a crime as rape, but it does not get the kind of attention that rape does, and often the perpetrators get away scot-free. Victims are often left alone to deal with the horrifying scars and many are forced to hide behind a veil.

To spread awareness on the issue, Sarah, a BSc Visual Communication graduate of St Joseph’s Arts and Science College, Bangalore has filmed a documentary on acid attack victims. Sarah claims her 30-minute film—titled Scarred — is only the second in the country after Burnt But Not Defeated.

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