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Street Art Collides with Reality

admin | June 2nd, 2011 | No Comments »

Soho Shorts Official SelectionOur short film “Street Art Collides with Reality” is part of the Official Selection for the 2011 Rushes Soho Shorts film festival. The film shows three street artists – Ben Slow, Joseph Loughborough and Joe Deane – painting in the east end of London. Their painting of a destitute woman and child ( Ma o Shishu) is sadly echoed by what we discover behind the facade of the building….The film will be screened at the ICA on 23rd July 2011.

East End Film Festival

admin | February 27th, 2011 | No Comments »

EAST END FILM FESTIVALWe are pleased that Tres Tristes Tigres will be screened at the East End Film Festival in London in April/May 2011. The award-winning short film about migrant workers in Dubai has been screened in many festivals throughout the world. GO HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION. UPDATE: Tres Tristes Tigres was awarded the SHORT FILM AUDIENCE AWARD.

Garment Worker film at Nodo Doc Festival

admin | March 22nd, 2010 | No Comments »

Nodo DocGiven the recent tragic death of 23 workers in a fire at a garment factory in Bangladesh and continued struggles for a minimum wage, we are pleased that our film Bostrobalikara will be shown at the Nodo Doc Film Festival in Trieste, Italy on 8th May.

Swapnabhumi in Travelling Film South Asia

admin | February 7th, 2010 | No Comments »

Travelling South Asia

Swapnabhumi, which won 2nd prize in Kathmandu at Film South Asia ’09,  is part of the Travelling Film South Asia programme.

Here is the press release:

We are glad to announce the Travelling Film South Asia 2010 – TFSA’10 Dhaka with 12 Outstanding Documentaries from Southasia. These films have been selected from the 35 films screened in the competitive section of Film South Asia ’09, the seventh edition of the festival of Southasian documentaries held in Kathmandu from 17-20 October 2009. The selection has been carried out in consultation with FSA ’09’s three-member jury, chaired by Chennai-based cultural critic Sadanand Menon.

There is a Facebook group here.