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Screening schedule: Saturday and Wednesday Evenings from July 8 - July 26 2017 at 6.30pm
Fundraising events: July 22 & July 26, 2017
SIX OUTSTANDING DOCUMENTARIES FROM SOUTHASIA
FILM SCREENINGS WILL BE FOLLOWED BY A DISCUSSION SESSION WITH INVITED GUESTS IN PERSON AND VIA SKYPE.
ENTRY BY GOLD COIN DONATION.
THE TFSA ’17 PACKAGE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING FILMS
My Name is Salt – July 8th – 6.30pm
India | 2013 | 92 mins | Directed by Farida Pacha
The desert extends endlessly – flat, grey, relentless, not a tree or blade of
grass or rock. But there is one thing in abundance: salt.
A Walnut Tree – July 12th – 6.30pm
Pakistan | 2015 | 81 mins | Directed by Ammar Aziz
Ram Bahadur Trophy for best film 2015
An old man reminisces about a distant homeland. Internally displaced as a result of
the ongoing conflict between the Pakistan army and the Taliban.
Khoon Diy Baarav (Blood Leaves It’s Trail) July 15th – 6.30pm
India | 2015 | 93 mins | Directed by Iffat Fatima
Jury Award for Runner Up 2015
The conflict in Kashmir is among the longstanding political conflict in the
world, taking a heavy toll on lives, sanity and the idea of normalcy.
The Journey Within – July 19th – 6.30pm
Pakistan | 2014 | 86 mins | Directed by Mian Adnan Ahmad
Post 9/11 and in the midst of various challenges faced by Pakistan, a quest for
self-identity leads the inspirational journey of a music show to help reclaim
the rich and vast musical heritage of this region.
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Accesex – July 22nd – 6.30pm
India | 2013 | 52 mins | Directed by Shweta Ghosh
Beautiful. Ugly. Complete. Incomplete. Able. Disabled. Within stifling
dichotomies of normal and abnormal, lie millions of women negotiating with
Drawing the Tiger – July 26th – 6.30pm
Nepal | 2015 | 92 mins |
Directed by Ramyata Limbu, Amy Benson and Scott Squire
UNICEF Award 2015
Filmed over seven years, ‘Drawing the Tiger’ is an intimate portrait of
a family in Nepal who get a chance to break their cycle of poverty. Their
brightest child is awarded a scholarship to attend school in the city.
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