Photo Wallahs

© MacDougall
60 minutes / Colour / 1991
Directed by
David MacDougall Judith MacDougall

Country of production United Kingdom

This film is an exploration of the cultural and personal meanings of photographs in a hill station in northern India. The ‘photo wallahs’ are the local photographers of Mussoorie, a town which once attracted Indian princes and British residents but now caters to Indian tourists.

Language and subtitles English (no subtitles)

Region South Asia

Country India

Keywords Film / Photography / Mass media Tourism / Travel / Pilgrimage