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Screening of Films based on events at JNU

July 27, 2017

Pedestrian Pictures, Vikalp Bengaluru, Alternative Law Forum, MARAA and Department of communication, St.Joseph’s College is organising Screening of Films based on events at JNU

Screening of three films – The Unbearable Being of Lightness, In the Shade of Fallen Chinar, and March March March

In protest to Union Ministry of Information and Broadcasting’s decision to deny screening permission to these films in the International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala held last month.


Unbearable Being of Lightness (45 mnts/Eng)
Directed by: Ramachandra PN

The documentary documents a workshop that the filmmaker had conducted for a group of students at the University of Hyderabad, immediately after the student protests on the issue of the suicide of Rohit Vemula had ended at the University.

In the Shade of Fallen Chinar (16mnts/Eng)
Directed by: Fazil Nc and Shawn Sebastian

In the Shade of Fallen Chinar is a short documentary that was shot in Kashmir valley a few days before the current unrest began, It takes a peep into the lives of a group of young Kashmiri artist’s who are also University students. It talks about the factors that inspires their art and how it takes the form of resistance in a conflict ridden Valley.

March March March (17mnts/Eng)
Directed by: Kathu Lukose

The film is based on the series of events happened in JNU last year between March- September 2016.

Film makers will be present for the discussion.

Saturday | 29th July 2017 | 5.00 PM
Xavier Hall,
St. Joseph’s College
Lal Bagh Main Road,
Shanti Nagar,

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