Tag Archives: Francesca Moore

Women Survivor Activists

Women Survivor Activists (a working title) is a work-in-progress series of empowering formal portraits of women living in the shadows of the Bhopal Disaster site. Working with anthropologist Apoorva Dixit, born in Bhopal but raised in Memphis by parents who had narrowly escaped the disaster, photographer Francesca Moore has begun collecting stories of some of […]

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Bhopali the Movie

Bhopali Screening Plus Q&A at Ritzy Brixton, 6th March

Bhopali at Ritzy Brixton, Sunday 6th March. Tickets HERE ‘Acclaimed feature documentary ’Bhopali’, by award winning director Van Maximilian Carlson presents a modern portrait of shattered lives within communities surrounding an abandoned pesticides factory, site of the infamous 1984 gas disaster in Bhopal, India in which thousands were killed and more than 500,000 maimed. Bhopali […]

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Bhopali DowChemical

‘Bhopali’, screening plus Q&A at Ritzy, Brixton, March 6

Acclaimed feature documentary ’Bhopali’, by award winning director Van Maximilian Carlson presents a modern portrait of shattered lives within communities surrounding the abandoned pesticides factory, site of the infamous 1984 gas disaster in Bhopal. Bhopali follows several children as they and their families cope with the ongoing medical, social and environmental fallout, as well as […]

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Francesca Moore, Bhopal Facing 30

Francesca Moore’s Bhopal:Facing30 Exhibition Launches In Mumbai

Francesca Moore – Bhopal: Facing 30 Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai Exhibition dates: 2nd – 8th December 2015 Launch event: Thursday 3rd December, 16:00 – 19:00 Photographer Francesca Moore is preparing for the launch of her Bhopal: Facing 30 exhibition in Mumbai this week as her successful show at the Photofusion Gallery, London, draws to a close. Bhopal: Facing 30 […]

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We believe Dow must finally accept responsibility for Bhopal. Until then, The Bhopal Medical Appeal funds two award-winning clinics in the city. Both offer free, first-class care to victims of the gas disaster or the ongoing water contamination. The survivors have nowhere else left to turn – please help if you can.