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Friday, November 28, 2008

Nov 29-30: Creating Cultures of Resistance 



As part of our last Saturday of the month screening, we are happy to announce a film festival, Creating cultures of resistance - a package of 5 films on cultural expressions. The director of one of the films, Ranjan Kamath (dir of Tanvir ka Safarnama) will also be present.

Hope to see you all there!

For the rest of the pedestrians,
(+91 94483 67627)
Email: pedepics@gmail. com

Creating cultures of resistance
A pedestrian pictures film festival

Across different regions, the strongest expressions of resistance to equations of power and domination have been cultural expressions. Books, music, theatre, film – the forms of cultural resistances have been as varied as the politics and the people who shape these expressions.

The pedestrian pictures film festival, Creating cultures of resistance, is a showcase then of the diversity - of cultural expressions, of people, of politics. It is also a point of creation - as a 'film' festival on cultural resistances, it twins divergent forms of expression. Films that detail theatre, music and books as forms of cultural resistance while recognizing that films in themselves are forms of cultural resistance.

Date: 29, 30 November 2008

Venue: Institution of Agricultural Technologists (IAT), Queen's Road, Bangalore (directions here)

Films: (Click on films for synopses)

29 November 2008, Saturday

5 pm – 6.55 pm Jahaji Music (dir. Surabhi Sharma/112 min/2007)

7.15 – 8.30 pm Rebel Music America (dir. Marie Boti & Malcolm Guy/79 min/2004)

30 November 2008, Sunday

4 – 5.20 pm Writers on the Borders (dir. Samir Abdullah & Jose Reynes/80 min/2004)

5.30 – 6.50 pm Tanvir Ka Safarnama (dir. Ranjan Kamath/79 min/2008)

6.50 – 7.30 pm Discussion with Ranjan Kamath, director – Tanvir Ka Safarnama

7.30 – 8.45 pm A Night of Prophecy (dir. Amar Kanwar/77 min/2002)
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For more details call, +91 94483 67627 or email pedepics@gmail. com

pedestrian pictures is a media activist organization working in Bangalore since 2001.


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