Bond/360 takes “Tomorrow We Disappear”

The New York-based distributor has acquired directors Jimmy Goldblum and Adam Weber's doc Tomorrow We Disappear (pictured), about a colony of street performers in New Delhi.
April 15, 2015

New York-based distributor Bond/360 has acquired the documentary Tomorrow We Disappear (pictured).

Directed by Jimmy Goldblum and Adam Weber, the film is about three people facing eviction from Kathputli, a New Delhi colony that has been the home of street performers for the past 50 years. In 2009, the city government sold the area to developers who have since forced residents to relocate. The area also provided the setting for Salman Rushdie’s book Midnight’s Children.

The doc premiered in competition at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and went on to screen at Hot Docs. Bond/360 will release Tomorrow We Disappear on all major VOD platforms in July.

The film was produced by Joshua Cogan and exec produced by Guneet Monga and Alison Klayman.

Watch the trailer below:

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