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      Urban Lens Film Festival | Online | Free in Bangalore


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      December 1, 2020 - December 6, 2020

       

      Bangalore, Karnātaka

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      EVENT DETAILS
      Urban Lens Film Festival | Online | Free

      Register now: https://urbanlensonline.iihs.co.in/register/

      The Urban Lens Film Festival is a one-of-a-kind international film festival that brings together filmmakers, academics and urban practitioners to dialogue with each other on cinema and the urban experience.

      The festival is delighted to present exceptional films from 17 countries in 18 languages.

      Here are some highlights to look forward to:

      Special Package curated by Bina Paul: Works of Art are Landscapes of the Mind
      This set of films together in their art and expression not only reveal the landscape of the minds of the artist but also of the characters. The films move through ideas of memory and its erasure secrets discovery of each other and contemplations of death. These films could probably alter the landscape of a viewer’s mind as all art is meant to do. At this moment when all the world hit by the pandemic is rebooting perhaps this alteration is what will bring greater understanding tolerance and joy.

      ON PRACTICE

      Reflections on Cinematography: Cinematographers Fowzia Fathima, Maheen Mirza, Priya Seth and Savita Singh whose oeuvre spans across genres and time will speak about their craft. They will be in conversation with Prof. Sabeena Gadihoke an academic and former cinematographer.

      The Many Cinemas of North-East India: Directors Bhaskar Hazarika, Haobam Paban Kumar, Rajni Basumatary, Wanphrang K Diengdoh and Yapangnaro Longkumer will speak about their work in various genres which have been centrally grounded in the North-East of India. They will be reflecting on the contexts in which they have been made and ways in which their individual film practice is connected to national and global cinemas. They will be in conversation with film critic and writer Namrata Joshi.

      MASTERCLASSES

      Anjali Menon a director and screenwriter who predominantly works in the Malayalam film industry and maker of cult classics like Bangalore Days and Manjadikuru. Anjali will be in conversation with Smitha Nair an award-winning journalist who has been reporting on subjects ranging from civic issues and crime to politics gender rights and policy.

      Dibakar Banerjee an independent film director interested in power gender and the majority minority construct and the maker of such enduring films as Khosla Ka Ghosla Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! Love Sex Aur Dhokha and the recent Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! Dibakar Banerjee will be joined by Ranjani Mazumdar. Her research focuses on the intersection of technology travel design and colour in 1960s Bombay Cinema.

      Cost: Free -

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