A Deal for Life and Freedom - screenings by Kriti Film Club

on 9th of August 2008
10.00 am onwards

at WWF Auditorium, Lodi Road, New Delhi

organised by Kriti team
in collaboration with Delhi Solidarity Group
supported by Sangat

10.00 - 10.30 am: Welcome and Programme for the day

Films Session 1: Remembering Hiroshima-Nagasaki
10.30 - 11.00 am
Ek Khubsurat Jahaz
Gauhar Raza/ 19 Min/ Hindi with Eng sub-titles

Why Are Nuclear Weapons Important?
Miranda Haley/ 10 mins/ Eng

America America
K.P. Sasi/ 4 mins/ Music video/English

11.00 am – 12.45 pm
Paul Wilmshurst & George Anton/ 1 Hour 32 Minutes/ Eng

Ribbons for Peace
Anand Patwardhan/ 4 mins/ Hindi

12.45 – 1.00 pm: Discussion

1.00 – 2.00 pm: Break

Films Session 2: Solidarity with Ajay TG

2.00 – 2.45 pm: Films and Discussion
New State; Old problems
Ajay TG/ 10mins 43sec / English narration

Ajay TG/ 20 mins 41 sec / English

The Other Side of the Mirror
Ajay TG/ 7mins 26sec

Films Session 3: Solidarity with the Burmese and Tibetan People

2.45 – 3.45 pm:
The Face
Amar Kanwar/ 9 mins/ English

Military Rule, People's Aspirations and Human Rights in Burma
30 mins/ English

Bullets and Butterflies
Sushmit Ghosh/ 15 mins/ English

3.45 – 4.00 pm: Discussion

4.00 – 4.15 pm: Break

Films Session 4: Indigenous People’s Struggles

4.15 pm – 4.30 pm:
Shot Dead for Development
Sarasi Das & Surya Shankar Dash/ 1 minute/ Animation

The Lament of Niyamraja - a dongria kond song
Surya Shankar Dash/ 13 min/ Kui

4.30 – 6.15 pm:
Niyamgiri-The Mountain of Law
Samadrusti TV and Surya Shankar Dash/ 100 min/ Local language with English sub-titles

6.15 – 6.30 pm: Discussion

6.30 – 7.30 pm:
Chengara: slums to agri-land
Samkutty pattomkary/ 54 mins/ Local language with English sub-titles

7.30 – 8.00 pm: Discussion and Closure

On the side through the day
- Niyamgiri tribals Photo exhibition
- Stalls of participating groups with materials related to theme

Kriti Film Club is an independent documentary viewing and sharing initiative of Kriti team, which works as a support group on development and human rights. Such screenings are organised in solidarity and support to the issues and movements in question.
Sangat is a South Asian feminist network of like minded women working for sustainable livelihoods, gender equality, human rights, peace, secularism and democracy.
Delhi Solidarity Group is an informal formation of several movement support groups and activists based in New Delhi.
This is an open entry event!

Contact for further details:
Phone: +91-11-2602 7845/ 2603 3088/
Email: space.kriti@gmail.com