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Indian Film Festival

Looking for a distraction from classes? Interested in Indian cinema? Into free film festivals? The KCC Indian Film Festival is coming up!

Kabir Cultural Centre, in collaboration with the Indian High Commission in Canada and the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema of Concordia University is pleased to invite you to its second edition of the Indian Film Festival in Montreal : Through a Woman’s Lens.

This year, we will honor women directors. We propose a series of feature films on various themes and from different parts of India, all made by women filmmakers. Through a Woman’s Lens is a selection of critically acclaimed feature films, with rich content that creates stimulating discussions on the social debates of contemporary India. In this context, roundtables bringing together panelists from different backgrounds, academic, activist and / or artistic will take place after each screening.

Inauguration by Deputy High Commissioner for India in Canada Mrs. Narinder Chauhan.

The Films:

Sept 15th 13h30 – Mr & Mrs Iyer (Aparna Sen, 2002, 120 min., Bengali – Tamil – English)

Sept 16th 13h30 – Rudaali (Kalpana Lajmi, 1993, 128 min., Hindi)

Sept 22nd 13h30 – Disha (Sai Paranjpye, 1990, 135 min., Hindi)

Sept 30th 13h30 – Devrai (Sumitra Bhave & Sunil Sukhthankar, 2004, 108 min., Marathi)

Oct 13th 13h30 – Phir Milenge (Revathy, 2004, 160 min., Hindi)

Oct 14th 13h30 Amu (Sonali Bose, 2005, 102 min., English – Hindi – Punjabi)

** Admission is free: first arrived, first seated. All films will have English subtitles.**

 Where: JA de Sève Cinema of Concordia University, 1400 De Maisonneuve West, LB-125

Check out the following links for more information:

For synopsis of the films : http://www.centrekabir.com/pg/eng/filmfest.html


Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/events/259276654190813


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