Tomorrow We Disappear


Feature Documentary


Tribeca Film Festival (Competition - 2014)


Director, Producer




"Tomorrow We Disappear" is a feature length documentary about the last days of Kathputli, a hand-built artist colony hidden away in the alleyways of New Delhi. Spanning three years, the film follows Puran the Puppeteer, Rahman the Magician, and Maya the Acrobat as they approach their looming eviction.. 


2014: Tribeca Film Festival, Hot Docs International Documentary Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Kickstarter Film Festival. More to come. 

Select Press:

Wall Street Journal -- "5 Films Worth Catching At Tribeca"

The Wrap - "Beautiful, sad and stunning, the film lovingly but unflinchingly documents the destructive collision between tradition and modernization, between ramshackle artistry and regimented bureaucracy. At times it has the vibrant spirit of a real-life 'Beasts of the Southern Wild.'”

Variety -- "this resonant documentary is [an]...entertaining mix of pathos and sword swallowing...recording this fascinating community as it struggles to cope with a world that will be poorer for its absence."

Production Stills:

All photos by Joshua Cogan Photography