...to mark the world refugee day (of 20th June)
KRITI FILM CLUB and IIC
invite you for the screening of
IN SEARCH OF MY HOME
a film by Sushmit Ghosh and Rintu Thomas
followed by a discussion with the film makers and
representatives from human rights advocacy groups !
21st June, Monday, 6.30 pm
IIC Annexe Auditorium
ABOUT THE FILM: In the world’s favorite democracy, live thousands of men, women and children with lost homes and forgotten names. Sheltering one of the largest refugee populations in the world, India still lacks a comprehensive domestic refugee law that could guarantee them their basic human needs and a life of dignity.
In Search of My Home is a journey with a Burmese and an Afghan family, as it explores the complexities in their everyday battle for survival. Weaving their emotional stories of hope and despair, love and loss, the film uses live-action, photography, music and text narratives to tell a story that is absent from India’s collective conscience and its mainstream media.
ABOUT THE FILM MAKERs: Sushmit Ghosh and Rintu Thomas are award-winning filmmakers who have worked on issues exploring gender and sexuality, HIV AIDS, street children, differently-abled people and climate change. Their films have premiered at international film festivals and broadcast on TV networks and are also being used as advocacy and resource mobilization tools by various organizations across the world.
ABOUT THE FILM CLUB: Kriti Film Club is an educational and research oriented initiative of Kriti: a development research, praxis and communication team. We offer an independent and informal space for screening documentary films on a whole range of development, human rights & environment issues. We also serve as a borrowing & access space for documentary films.
Open for all event!
Note: For copies of the film and/ or the film screening please feel free to contact us.
Phone: 26027845/ 26033088
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