Angam: The Art of War
Angam is a documentary film made in 2010 about Sri Lankan history and the survival of its traditional martial art, angampora. It was produced and directed by Rasanga Weerasinghe. The film explores the origins of Sri Lankan civilization, and the vital role Angampora has played in its history, up to the present day. The film was released in 2011 at Goethe Institute, Colombo, as a private screening organized by the filmmakers.
Angam: The Art of War, film talks about the origin, evolution & technical details of the martial art Angampora. The film also discusses its current situation and how they managed to attract local and foreign interest to this dying art. The story is told through historical facts & folk stories along with detailed angampora demonstrations. Angam: The Art of War, features veteran Angampora masters such as Dr. Wikramasinghe, G. Karunapala and Athula Nandasena along with the world-renowned archaeologist Dr. Siran Upendra Deraniyagala.