MY NAME IS SALT: Director & Cinematographer Q&A | DocHouse

India's Little Ran of Kutch desert seems to extend for eternity. There's not a tree or blade of grass in sight. But for eight months of the year 40,000 men, women and children trek across India to scrape a living from this most unlikely place: by harvesting salt.

Director Farida Pacha and Cinematographer Lutz Konermann joined us at the ICA in London in September 2014 to discuss their strikingly beautiful portrayal of an extraordinary world.