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BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017

Red Ant Dream + intro by Sanjay Kak India 2013. Dir Sanjay Kak. 119min. Digital. Gondi, Odiya, Punjabi with EST Are revolutions even possible anymore? asks Sanjay Kak. Armed insurrection simmers in Bastar, Chattisgarh. In Odisha, beleaguered Adivasis from the mineral-rich hills resist. In Punjab, peasant protestors rally around Bhagat Singh, icon of the INDIA ON FILM 38 book online at bfi.org.uk Sanjay Kak in Conversation TRT 90min Sanjay Kak (b.1958) has been making documentaries since the mid-1980s and is part of a generation of independent Indian film auteurs who have challenged dominant narratives and who have sought alternative distribution for their work. During a richly illustrated conversation, SUN 17 SEP 16:30 NFT3 Sanjay Kak will talk about his work as an activist and filmmaker. The session will be chaired by Virinder Kalra, Professor in Sociology, University of Warwick, and there will be an opportunity for you to ask your own questions. For joint ticket offer see left SUN 17 SEP 13:50 NFT3 anti-colonial struggle. In this state-of-the-nation film, Kak uses found footage and the rich tradition of poetry and protest songs in an urgent critique of Indian democracy. Joint ticket available with Sanjay Kak in Conversation £15, concs £12 (Members pay £2 less) DOC INTRO JOINT TICKET TALK JOINT TICKET


BFI Southbank Guide Sep-Oct 2017
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