The documentary ‘Divine Dancers In Heaven’ showcases dances of Tamil Nadu

Asha Bajaj
2 min readMar 28, 2021

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Toronto/Canadian-Media: Directed and produced by Ken Kandiah ‘Divine Dancers in Heaven’ is a documentary that showcases the dances of Tamil Nadu, well-known for its cultural paradise for several celebrated folk dances.

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Sevenhill Pictures, a Canadian film & television production company, based in Toronto, is responsible for producing this documentary under the directorship, and being produced by Ken Kandiah.

Sevenhill Pictures Production company also produces motion pictures, television dramas, documentaries, and web videos & video commercials.

Sevenhill Pictures is equipped with the state of the art technology from film cameras, professional lighting, sound recording system, editing machine, and computer graphics, and with a professional team, scriptwriters, production designers, directors, and video editors, etc. also provides production management services from scripting to final cut to first copy.

Considered a cultural paradise, Tamil Nadu well known for several celebrated folk dances. Traditional dances in Tamil Nadu have long been a sacred expression of faith, some of which performed by Tribal people are still thriving in Tamil Nadu today. Many forms of group and individual dances with the classical forms for popularity and sheer entertainment value are also thriving in Tamil Nadu today.

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Some examples of popular dances of Tamil Nadu are Bagavatha Nadanam, Bommalattam or Puppet Show, Bharathanatyam (a world-renowned Classical Dance from Tamil Nadu), Chakkai Attam, Devaraattam, Kamandi or Kaman Pandigai, and many more.​

A Canadian producer, director, and writer, Ken Kandiah possesses not only excellent production skills but also award-winning direction skills…

Asha Bajaj

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