Gilles Apap is a classically trained French violinist who respects no musical boundaries. He has an unquenchable thirst for music making, and this documentary follows him from his home in Santa Barbara where he enjoys playing Old Timey and Bluegrass music with friends at the local hang, to India, and the serious study of the varied styles of Indian playing. While teaching Western Classical music at the University of Benares, he joyfully explores the wellspring of Indian tradition and innovation, bringing us along for the ride.
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This film is airing as part of Doc-Debut, a series on Link TV highlighting unique and groundbreaking international documentary films. Each week features the U.S. television premiere of a new foreign doc, offering American audiences unprecedented perspectives on world events and culture, as seen through the eyes of individuals across the globe. The series also provides a unique outlet for films by independent directors and producers to reach a much wider international audience.