The Kriti Film Club invites you to celebrate the Women's Day weekend
with a re-opening of screenings at its home space in Alaknanda
seven short films by seven young women
from Ankur Talkies
Date: 10 March 2018
Place: A-15 Tara Apartments, Alaknanda, New Delhi 19
(nearest Metro is Govindpuri)
The screening will include a one to one interaction and discussion with the film makers and facilitators. Do join us for this exciting and enriching experience.
About the films: Young women from working class settlements are venturing into the city to take up livelihood opportunities that the fast-changing city is throwing up. The Raahi films offer a glimpse into the everyday lives of seven such young travellers of the city.
About the Filmmakers/ Process – The Raahi films have been made by young women from Ankur collectives in five different working-class settlements of Delhi, using mobile cameras. This is their first attempt at making films. Over a period of four months, they researched, wrote scripts, made audio-visual recordings and learnt about film editing. The Ankur collective provides space to young women to strengthen peer networks, engage in research and creative practice and explore alternatives for future.
Facilitation - Samina Mishra, Tenzin Kunchok, Anish Pavitran and the Ankur team
About the Kriti Film Club: Kriti Film Club is an educational initiative of a not-for-profit organisation 'Kriti development praxis and communication team'. It screens and shares documentary films on development, environment and socially relevant issues, in an effort to influence mindsets and behaviour towards an equitous, just and peaceful world. It also curates issue based film festivals and organises neighbourhood, school, college or institutional film shows. The Kriti Film Club has been screening regularly and independently since 2000.
Our USP Kullad walli chai and some eat-bits will follow the screening.
Please do register for your participation due to limited seating on email@example.com or call us on 011-26027845/ 26033088