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2018-08-26 08:05:23 UTC

Curated by Bina Paul

Friday, 31 August 2018:
15:00: Prakasan, (Director: Basheer Mohammad, 2017, colour, 84min, Malayalam, English subtitles)
17:30: To Let (Director: Chezhiyan Ra, 2017, colour, 99min, Tamil, English subtitles) | Followed by a discussion with the director, Chezhiyan Ra

Saturday, 1 September 2018:
11:00: Ishu (Director: Utpal Borpujari, 2017, colour, 91min, Assamese, English subtitles)
14:00: Mercury (Director: Karthik Subbaraj, 2018, colour, 108min, No Dialogue)
17:30: Gali Guliyan / In the Shadows (Director: Dipesh Jain, 2017, colour, 117min, Hindi) | Followed by a discussion with the director, Dipesh Jain and Manoj Bajpai

Sunday, 2 September 2018:
11:00: Ajji (Director: Devashish Makhija, 2017, colour, 104 min, Marathi)
14:00: Teen Aur Aadha / Three and a Half (Director: Dar Gai, 2018, colour, 119min, Hindi/Marathi/English)
17:30: Chitra / Nude (Director: Ravi Jadhav, 2018, colour, 110min, Marathi) | Followed by a discussion with the director, Ravi Jadhav

While Bollywood dominates the discourse on Indian Cinema, there is also a new genre of the “good, middle road cinema” that is emerging in Hindi language films. These films are efficiently made and are almost always favourites in film festival circuits. Regional cinema continues to flourish, catering to its own audiences, occasionally being screened outside. Due to the commercial interests of distribution, often these very innovative, cinematic and rooted films hardly get to be seen outside the language regions. The films in this selection are those that are heard about, but not easy to access. Spanning the last two years, they introduce filmmakers working in regional languages who also have a need to meet audiences from newer constituencies, to build the profile of an “Indian Cinema”.

Bina Paul graduated from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) with a specialisation in editing. She has edited over 40 feature films and has worked with illustrious directors like G Aravindan, John Abraham and P N Menon. She is a recipient of two National Awards and numerous State Awards for editing. She has been the Artistic Director of the International Film Festival of Kerala for seventeen years and has been instrumental in shaping it into an important international event. She has served on the juries of various international film festivals including those held in Locarno, Durban, Morocco and Berlin. Bina is a regular faculty at the FTII and CDIT (Science & Development Documentary Course). She is currently the Vice Chairperson of the Kerala State Chalachitra Academy and Vice President NETPAC.

Friday, 31 August, 15:00 onwards | Saturday, 1 & Sunday, 2 September 2018, 11:00 onwards

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