How to make a stop-motion film, with Michel Gondry

"There are two rules: You have to start, and you have to finish." "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" director, Michel Gondry, explains how to make a stop-motion film — with his 5-year-old daughter.

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    Dimapur | May 18 (MExN) |North East people in different parts of the country continue to face abuse and harassment amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Two separate cases emerged from Maharashtra on May 17 evening of five Naga girls being allegedly subjected to racial and sexual harassment. The first case pertained to two Naga girls working in Pune. They were reportedly on a walk in Janwadi, when two men on seeing them started hurling racial abuse and told them to “go back where they came from.” One of the men allegedly also threw a plate of food on the girls, covering them with rice and dal. Despite this, the two girls did not react, informed Naga Students Union Pune (NSUP) President, Lulu N Lohe. The NSUP President said that she got in touch with the DCP Pune, Bachan Singh, IPS, who in turn apprised the local police station and inquiry was initiated. In another case, three Naga women were accosted by their house-owner who allegedly asked for sexual favours in exchange for letting them stay in their rented apartment. The incident occurred at Jalna, a few hours away from Pune. The apartment was reportedly arranged by the company for which they work, and the company had failed to pay the rent. On May 17 evening, the three girls were called by the houseowner and asked to leave if they refused to reciprocate with physical intimacy. After the incident, the women got in touch with the company, who arranged for them to be situated at a different location. The NSUP President said that she came to know about the second incident on May 18, and got in touch with the DCP, Pune. The DCP got in touch with the police in Jalna and apprised them of the case. Lohe meanwhile informed that stranded Naga people are facing a lot of pressure from their landlords. With partial lifting of restriction in several parts of the country, she stated that homeowners are getting impatient and asking Naga tenants when their government would arrange transportation for them. She hoped that the Nagaland Government will come up with a concrete plan and specific dates for transport of such stranded people.

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