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November 1st 2008, 7.00pm onwards
The Double / Surjo Deb, 7:10 pm, A Kafkaesque rendition of grappling with one’s multifaceted identity.
Fair Weather / Keku Writer, 7:25 pm, To gaze at people on the streets through your car window is often done, but how much would it take to connect with them?
Sharing The Virus / Gaurav, 7:35 pm, In an urban ‘progressive’ world riddled with
Kodesia, Pattie Gonsalves prejudices and stigmas, a glimpse into the socio-cultural, political and economic realities of being HIV+.
Peacock / Vishesh Mankal, 7:55 pm, 7 students are interviewed about their classmate, Mayur. What is an identity? Who owns it? Do we see ourselves through our eyes or through how others define us?
Crimson / Rohit K Dasgupta, Monidipa Mondal, 8:25 pm, A poet’s interpretation of an adolescent girl’s mind in the abstract and alternative, tracing conflicted emotions of love that transcend gender norms.
My “Funky” Date/ Irengbam Debashish Singh , 8:35 pm, My ‘Funky’ Date is a satire on the labels linked with being a North East Indian.
Vishwaas Ki Goonj/ Basant P. Tolani, 8:50 pm, Do people have the ability to uphold the principles Faith of all religions? We question our stereotypes about religion.
Fable / Nitin Das, 9:00 pm, Near Tibet, there is a young boy who finds the solution to Global Warming from a monk in the mountains. “The seed is planted in our minds”.
A Body That Will Speak/ Pawas Bisht, Sukanya Sen , 9:10 pm, A film about not being perfect, about the never ending attempts to make the body "speak for the self in a meaningful and powerful way".
November 2nd 2008, 7.00pm onwards
No Bed-Space for long lines/ Sreedeep, 7:05 min, Through a series of several hundred still photographs, the film explores a woman’s indulgence in a monologue revealing glimpses of relationships through time.
Through the Looking Glass/ Sheetal Gokhale, B.Prasad, 7:25 pm, A boy’s experimentation with his sister’s attire. Questioning gender identities that society enforces upon people and the protagonists' subsequent reaction.
Advia / Rashmi Ravindran, 7:35 pm, A diplomat and his wife posted in Afghanistan have an encounter with a stranger while driving to a party one night. How do our prejudices affect us?
PANEL DISCUSSION, 7:45 pm, Featuring Environmentalists, Filmmakers, Artists and You; a discussion on gender, identity, sexuality, ethnicity, social taboos, stigmas and typecasting the arts.
“Fake” / Abhishek Chandra, Neha Bhatnagar, Ayushi Sinha, Aakriti Sakhuja, Aparajita Tomar, 8:50 pm, Drugs provide insatiable happiness, an ecstatic life condition, flies one away from the melancholia around. Or do they?
30 Minutes / Shiladitya Moulik, 9:00 pm, Two tortured young people, different in religious beliefs but victimized by the same 'process-led society', explore the similarities of being soldiers that belong to different Gods.
Rejoice/ Rohit Dhuliya, 9:20 pm, The justifications, musings, dictates and interpretations that people assume, when they hear the words, ‘in the name of Allah’. This film comprehends perspectives by presenting the month of Ramadan.
KRITI FILM CLUB, based in New Delhi is an effort at placing thought-provoking cinema in a discussion group to enable debate, analysis and opinion making on social and development issues and human rights. Screening documentary films every month at our workplace in Alaknanda since the year 2000, the film club serves as a borrowing and buying space for such films from across the country. The film club is an independent initiative of KRITI: a development research, praxis and communication team and runs on contributions of filmmakers and our audience.
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