Katha Centre for Film Studies in
collaboration with India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) presents Cinema
Satsang, a five-day film festival, which will show 20 films including
features, short films and documentaries. The festival is supported and
will be held 21-25 February 2011 at the Alliance
Franciase auditorium, New Marine Lines between 10 a.m. and 8
21 February, Sisir Anand, from Pune, looks at Sports in Films,
selections range from Offside
to Jorgen Leth’s A Sunday in Hell
about the Tour de France.
22 February, Sruti Hari from Chennai showcases films from different stages
of Rajnikanth’s life through 3 films in Rajnikanth
– Journey of a Superstar.
23 February, Mumbai-based filmmaker, Pankaj Kumar will curate films of family footage and share
some home movies.
24 February, Malcolm Pope from England will look at low-budget films which have
‘democratized’ film making and Allan
Ritchie from Bangalore will be looking at student films.
25 February, Aritra Bhattacharya from Mumbai will look at documentaries of people’s resistance from
around the country and some from a global perspective.
· Entry Free. Seating on First Come, First Serve Basis only.
· Timings and Films are subject to change.
For complete film details see attached schedule or click HERE
Katha Centre For Film Studies
A102, Sumeru, MHADA, SVP Nagar, Andheri West, Mumbai 400 053
phone: 022- 2634.1871
cell: 9820.207.679 / 9819.600.277