screening at the Kriti Film Club, 18th July

invites you for its first monsoon screening
The Bicycle is not Far
(English, 2009)
a film by Subrata Chakrabarty

on 18th July, Saturday, 5.30 pm
at S-35 Tara Apartments, Alaknanda, New Delhi
Phone: 26027845/ 26033088

followed by a discussion with the film maker!

about the film:
film about fair trade practices around organic cotton farming in India. Shot over a period of eight months in different parts of India (in the state of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal) and partly also in Paris, France to depict the existence of market rationality, fairtrade certification, increasing fair trade movement, participatory guarantee system (PGS) etc.
The film's protagonist is a woman who work in the field of cotton and the film travels with her in the journey of how fairtrade practices improves her and her families' life. Made simply, the film aims to reach out to everyone who produces and/ or consumes some form of 'cotton' in their life!

about the Film Club:
Kriti Film Club offers an independent and informal educational space for screening documentary & mainstream films as well as slide shows, on a whole range of issues connected with development, human rights & social attitudes/ trends once a month. We also serve as a space to access a range of documentary films. Consistently screening films since 1999 in New Delhi, through the support of film makers and our audience!

Open for all! Confirmations appreciated so we can keep some kullad wali chai and namkeen as we watch and talk!


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