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Mystic India

bigImage MYSTIC INDIA rediscovers India, a land of many mysteries and fascinations. Home to the oldest civilization, India is our world's largest democracy. For millenia, many have left their homes and set off across this spiritual land in search of its secrets, to share the meaning of life that would elevate the rest of humanity.

Of all such journeys, none is greater than the true story of an 11-year-old child yogi, Neelkanth, who left his home on June 29, 1792, on a journey of awakening.

More than a traditional large format film, MYSTIC INDIA tells a tale as great as the country it is set in. Neelkanth's journey unfolds before us as we experience and learn of India and her timeless culture.

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Produced by BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha. Distributed by Giant Screen Films. Directed by Keith Melton. Producer: Kalpesh Bhatt, Brain Rogers, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha. Director of Photography: Reed Smoot. Script: Mose Richards. Score: Sam Cardon and Ronu Majumdar. Narrator: Peter O'Toole.

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BMZ Reviews:

Yogi Barefoot By Ross Anthony

Mystic India By Ann Coates

Outside Reviews:

"IMAX film 'Mystic India' a big, bold and visually rich journey" By Arthur Salm,

"IMAX embraces India's giant, exotic landscape" By Erika Gonzalez, Rocky Mountain News

"India, a land of color and wonder" By Roger Moore, Orlando Sentinel

"See the mystical beauty of India" By Jeffrey Bruner, Des Moines Register

"Mystic India" By Empire Magazine

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Royalty Attends the London Premiere of Mystic India By Mystic India PR (June 7, 2005)

10th International Large Format Film Festival La Géode, Paris, France By La Géode (March 1, 2005)

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