Kriti FILM CLUB partners with Jeevika Film Festival, 28-31 August 2008

South Asia Livelihood Documentary Film Festival
August 28-31, 2008
India Habitat Centre, Delhi

Thursday: August 28, 2008, Stein Auditorium
18.45 : Introduction
18.50 : Opening Address: ‘Why Jeevika?’ Dr Parth Shah, President of Centre for Civil Society
18.55 : Chief Guest Address: Mr Tempa Tsering, Official Representative of H.H. Dalai Lama Skit and Dance by Tibetan students
19.30 : Screening ‘Tribute to Life’ by Neal Kartik
19.50 : Discussion on the documentary-Tibetan livelihood issues and concerns

Friday: August 29, 2008, Casuarina Hall
10.00 : Bahurupia (25 min)
Rappai Poothokaren, S.J.
10.45 : Ek Shunya Shunya (40 min.)
Ipsit Patel, Rika Choudhry & Sagrika
11.40 : No Body’s Man (20 min)
Mrinal Talukdar & Abhijeet Das
12.15 : The Last Hoarding Painters (30 min)
Saurav Dey
13.00 : Kathputli (30 min)
Sudheer Gupta
13.45 : A Shawl to Die For (21 min)
Rita Banerji
14.20 : Of Land, Labour and Love (65 min)
Ajay Bhardwaj
15.40 : Gaubolombe – Our Island (30 min)
Kaushik Gupta
16.25 : Baru Garra (30 min)
Shriprakash
17.10 : Hollow Cylinder (24 min)
Nandan Saxena & Kavita Bahl
17.50 : Story Tellers (26 min)
Prashanth Kumar R & Daya J
18.30 : What is the point of Stories if they aren’t even true? (12 min)
Aditi Banerjee

Saturday: August 30, 2008, Casuarina Hall
10.00 : Agria – The Sons of fire (27 min)
Nandan Saxena
10.45 : Voices from the Forest - India (32 min)
Rita Banerji
11.30 : Chilika Bank$ (60 min)
Akanksha Joshi
12.45 : Hearts Suspended (27 min)
Meghna Damani
13.30 : I Sing, Therefore I am (19 min)
Subrat Kumar Sahu
14.05 : Our Family (56 min)
K P Jayasankar & Anjali Monteiro
15.15 : Theater Workshop by Arvind Gaur, head of ASMITA
16.45 : When God Begs (18 min)
Manish Saini
17.20 : Stories of Change (55 min)
Kamar Ahmad Simon & Sara Afreen
18.30 : Lakshmi and Me (59 min)
Nishtha Jain

Award Ceremony: August 31, 2008, Stein Auditorium
18.30 : Musical Performance by ‘Ekam Satyam’
19.00 : Introduction by Dr Parth Shah, President of Centre for Civil Society
19.05 : Chief Guest Address
19.15: Key note address ‘Importance of livelihood freedom in India’ by Tarun Tejpal, CEO and Chief-Tehelka)
19.30 : Presentation of Awards
19.55: Vote of Thanks by Mr Manoj Mathew, CCS Program Manager
20.00 : Theatre Play ‘Unsuni’ a play by Arvind Gaur, Asmita Theatre Group
The winners will be announced on 31 August during the award ceremony

organised by Centre for Civil Society
partners: Kriti film club, I-congo, Enpowering people, Pragya, Asmita Theatre group, India Habitat Centre

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