Ticket - Kriti Film Club - Film Screening - Nov 04th - 7PM to 8PM

Rs. 400.00
About the Organisation
The Kriti Film Club believes that watching and discussing documentaries can change the way viewers think, act and feel about life around them...people, places, processes. We curate #thoughtprovokingcinema and #cinemaforsocialaction so that each viewer and filmmaker is part of scripting change -whether social, environmental or human. We emphasise upon film conversations as they create opportunities to reflect, analyse and engage with documetary films outside of the lens of the camera and bring it home to us as viewers.

About the Films
​1. Looking Through the Fence by Akanksha Gupta & Vasuki Chandak (10.53 mins. | English, Hindi with English sub. | 2016 | India | Documentary) About the film: The film is centered around a common gate shared between two colonies. It explores a rather relatable ordinariness that exists around it. However as the stories about this gate unfold the question about what is ordinary and what is not becomes debatable. 

2. After Word by Mallika Visvanathan (21 mins. | English, Hindi with English sub. | 2017 | India | Documentary) About the film: The film is an attempt to explore the world of objects and their relationship to time, value and memory. Set in Daryaganj in Delhi 6, After Word imagines the stories that are hidden or left behind.  

3. Maadhyam by Daksh Punj (22 mins. | 2015 | India | Documentary) About the film: This is an observational film that explores the journey of waste through a Kabadiwala while looking at the contrast between the neighborhood where he lives and the neighborhood where he works. It also looks at the process and scale of waste collection, hence reflecting on the range and plethora of products that surround us. 

4.We Came Here To Make God by Debankon Singh Solanky (23 mins. | 2019 | India | Documentary) About the film: A tent is set up far away from home for its inhabitants, artisans. They bring with them bundles of clothes, tools, and their desires. While the image of God takes shape here, things are cracking at the seams elsewhere.
About the Organisation
The Kriti Film Club believes that watching and discussing documentaries can change the way viewers think, act and feel about life around them...people, places, processes. We curate #thoughtprovokingcinema and #cinemaforsocialaction so that each viewer and filmmaker is part of scripting change -whether social, environmental or human. We emphasise upon film conversations as they create opportunities to reflect, analyse and engage with documetary films outside of the lens of the camera and bring it home to us as viewers.

About the Films
​1. Looking Through the Fence by Akanksha Gupta & Vasuki Chandak (10.53 mins. | English, Hindi with English sub. | 2016 | India | Documentary) About the film: The film is centered around a common gate shared between two colonies. It explores a rather relatable ordinariness that exists around it. However as the stories about this gate unfold the question about what is ordinary and what is not becomes debatable. 

2. After Word by Mallika Visvanathan (21 mins. | English, Hindi with English sub. | 2017 | India | Documentary) About the film: The film is an attempt to explore the world of objects and their relationship to time, value and memory. Set in Daryaganj in Delhi 6, After Word imagines the stories that are hidden or left behind.  

3. Maadhyam by Daksh Punj (22 mins. | 2015 | India | Documentary) About the film: This is an observational film that explores the journey of waste through a Kabadiwala while looking at the contrast between the neighborhood where he lives and the neighborhood where he works. It also looks at the process and scale of waste collection, hence reflecting on the range and plethora of products that surround us. 

4.We Came Here To Make God by Debankon Singh Solanky (23 mins. | 2019 | India | Documentary) About the film: A tent is set up far away from home for its inhabitants, artisans. They bring with them bundles of clothes, tools, and their desires. While the image of God takes shape here, things are cracking at the seams elsewhere.

Ticket - Kriti Film Club - Film Screening - Nov 04th - 7PM to 8PM

Ticket - Kriti Film Club - Film Screening - Nov 04th - 7PM to 8PM

Rs. 400.00
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