When we had put out this post on Amit Dutta’s film Aadmi Ki Aurat Aur Anay Kahaniyaan, many of you had tweeted and mailed us to know if there is any possibility of screening of the film. Finally, here it is! Read on to know all the details.
A big thanks to Ashok Chaudhary who alerted us about it by commenting on the same post. ( Ashok – If you are reading this, do mail us your contact to firstname.lastname@example.org. Because if someone wants to know something more, can pass your number or email, if thats fine with you. )
What : Screening of Amit Dutta’s Aadmi Ki Aurat Aur Anay Kahaniyaan
When : Date – Saturday, March 13, 2010. Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Where : Movie Labs, SV Road, Goregaon West. It’s near the Goregaon flyover, on SV Road, and near Image Restaurant
Film – To know more about the film, click here. You can also check out the comment section there for more details.
Festival/Award – The film was selected for the Venice Film Festival 2009, the lone Indian entry to the main programme of the festival. It has also earned Special Mention at Festival in the Orrizonti Competition section, the third film from india that has won an award/certificate of merit at the festival after Vishnupant Govind Damle and Sheikh Fattelal’s Sant Tukaramin 1936 and Satyajit Ray’s Aprajito in 1957. (All info according to official release)
Event : GraFTII Adda 5 will be on film! This time we bring you a Diploma film project of students of the acting batch (2006-2008) of Film & Television Institute of India, Pune directed by Amit Dutta. This time the director and part of the cast are absent, away in Kashmir on another film shoot. But four of the film’s actors will be with us to talk about their experiences while shooting the film.
Fees : The contributions towards the projectionist, and tea/coffee will be Rs.100/- for a general audience, Rs.75/- for GraFTII members and Rs.50/- for students with bona-fide ID cards.
PS : If you still havent seen Amit Dutta’s other three film Kra Ma Sha, Sha Tra Gya and Ma Pa, make sure you watch them! Has quite a signature style. Not to be missed.