Yamuna, a sacred river in India, at a certain point suddenly disappears, to be replaced by an open flow of sewage, killing all living organisms within and making millions ill who rely on the water. The most vulnerable ones, infants, young children and farm animals are dying by the thousands. But when the situation appears hopeless, a few unlikely heroes emerge to try to save this “stolen river.”
Alfred B. Ford, Jozsef Danka, Mukunda Goswami, Krisztina Danka, Bhavna Sogani
Krishna Sanchez, Szabolcs Guth
Filip Cargonja, Denes Doboveczki
Krisztina Danka is the Executive Director of Karuna Productions, a Hungarian-born, U.S.-resident filmmaker, scholar, social activist and cultural diplomat. She possesses a Ph.D. in Comparative Literary Studies and Indian Aesthetics from the University of Budapest, BA/M.A. in Comparative Literary Studies and Linguistics, University of Debrecen and a Certificate in Screenwriting from New York University. As a college lecturer, she has been teaching Indian literature and media communications since 1998.