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Two Assistant Professor in the Department of Culture & Media Studies <at> Central University of Rajasthan [3 Attachments]

Central University of Rajasthan requires 2 assistant professor in the Department of Culture & Media Studies on purely temporary basic. The details are as following with the specialization :-
Post :- 02(UR)
1. Specialization in Film Making (Fiction and Documentary Films), Editing, Cinematography, Sound Mixing, Screenplay writing, post-production work, etc.

2. Specialization in Stage Techniques and Craft, Auditorium Management

Walk-in-interview scheduled at university on
05-01-2015, 12:30 PM
mail to: recruitments_cms-XZfPYFSOm9oxFYw1CcD5bw@public.gmane.org

For information about application form and about University please visit at
For information about the Department visit at
http://curaj.ac.in/Default.as px?PageId=112



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Two assistant professor in the Department of Culture & Media Studies

Central University of Rajasthan requires 2 assistant professor in the Department of Culture & Media Studies on purely temporary basic the details are as following with the specialization :-
02(UR)
1. Specialization in Film Making (Fiction and Documentary Films), Editing, Cinematography, Sound Mixing, Screenplay writing, post-production work, etc.
2. Specialization in Stage Techniques and Craft, Auditorium Management
Walk-in-interview scheduled at university on
05-01-2015, 12:30 PM
mail to: recruitments_cms-XZfPYFSOm9oxFYw1CcD5bw@public.gmane.org
For information about application form and about University please visit at
For information about the Department visit at
http://curaj.ac.in/Default.aspx?PageId=112



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Vikalp <at> Prithvi Screening + Q&A on Dec 26: 'Waking the Green Tiger - The Rise of a Green Movement in China'


From: Vikalp <at> Prithvi <mail-tiI0XqOICaXuN7Xml3A/dTEVjDUJwPlv@public.gmane.org>

On 26th December, Vikalp <at> Prithvi presents 'Waking the Green Tiger - The Rise of a Green Movement in China' directed by Gary Marcuse.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A session with Girish Raut, environmental activist and advocate who has played a major role in protests against the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Plant and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, among other projects.

Synopsis:

Seen through the eyes of activists, farmers, and journalists 'Waking the Green Tiger' follows an extraordinary campaign to stop a huge dam project on the upper Yangtze river in southwestern China. Featuring astonishing archival footage never seen outside China, and interviews with a government insider and witnesses, the documentary also examines Chairman Mao’s campaigns to conquer nature in the name of progress.

"In this lushly filmed documentary, (the producers) beautifully captured the spirit of this grassroots movement in China with stunning images, superb writing and excellent use of strong, compelling personal stories.” - Susanne Reber, Grantham Prize Juror

"Waking the Green Tiger manages the perfect balance between information and entertainment, condensing several decades of history into a rousing portrait of China’s emerging green movement. It’s a portrait of people, from the humblest of farmers to some of China’s biggest government players, coming together to shape a new socially-and eco-conscious paradigm." - Brett Kessler, WABC 7

"Waking the Green Tiger is an inspiring and very human story... and a reminder for all of us to stand up for our own environment with the same courage." – David Suzuki, Host, The Nature of Things

Facebook Page - http://www.facebook.com/Waking.the.Green.Tiger

Trailer - http://www.facetofacemedia.ca/page.php?sectionID=2&pageID=107

Screening Details -

Friday, 26th December, 7 pm

Duration - 78 minutes

At Prithvi House, Opposite Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu, Bombay

Entry Free | On a First-Come-First-Seated Basis

For any queries, email vikalpscreenings-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

To view the poster or RSVP on the Facebook Event Page: www.tinyurl.com/VikalpFilmInDecember

Vikalp <at> Prithvi Facebook Group Page: www.tinyurl.com/Vikalp-Prithvi



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Call for Applications - 180 Seconds per City

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

180 Seconds per City
DEADLINE: Sunday, 11 January, 2015

64 short films, 180 seconds each, 16 cities – the 180 Seconds City project. Initiated by the Goethe-Institut, the project is an intercultural kaleidoscope of hyperlocal anecdotes. Filmmakers can apply now.

Background:
What does the rickshaw puller in Kolkata dream about? Where does the woman cyclist in Bogota stop for a rest? What does the taxi driver talk about when driving through Paris at night? Filmmakers from all over the world look at their city from a perspective not found in any travel guide: individual, original, unexpected and unembellished. 180 Seconds City gives us hyperlocal anecdotes, a kaleidoscope of cultures, a global snapshot of the city. The films are aimed at culture- and internet-oriented city dwellers and non-city dwellers who are interested in the stories of a city beyond its tourist facade.

The Project:
The three-minute shorts (180 seconds) will be produced in the language of the country with German and/or English subtitles. All the films will first be available on www.goethe.de. They can then be shared and circulated via the partner’s website and the Goethe-Institute’s social media channels. The Goethe-Institut will provide a grant towards production costs. 

Technical specifications:
•    Full HD 
•    -9db sound reduction
•    25p 
•    48 kHz 
•    1920x1080 (=16:9)
•    Data format to be used for delivery: uncompressed .mov (which will then be reformatted as .mp4)

Quality criteria - form and aesthetic: 
•    No fiction, no actors
•    Style: portrait, personal, emotional
•    Sparing use of language/dialogues, off-camera commentary only when absolutely necessary
•    Humour, yes, but must work in other cultures; must be translatable
•    Unconventional approaches, (confusing, surprising) permitted

Requirements for the application:
•    Rough outline of concept for the 3-minute film
•    Brief resume/CV, introduction of your team, description of the film production and timeline

Online Application: Please apply by mail (no form required) and attach the documents requested.

For more details about the project please mail us:  
Erdmuthe Hacken, Web Editor
Phone: 91 11 23 471 146
Mail: Erdmuthe.Hacken.extern-5JUIqGI2s9NoyFwweB2YTA@public.gmane.org


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WERNER HERZOG DOCUMENTARIES at "THE fd ZONE" on 20 DEC 2014, SAT 4 PM <at> Films Division, Mumbai

WELCOME TO THE 123rd EDITION OF "THE fd ZONE" !

This week at "THE fd ZONE" we bring you two of Werner Herzog's documentaries, 
'God's Angry Man' and 'Ballad of the Little Soldier'. 

These films are made available courtesy Max Muller Bhawan.

Programme

GOD'S ANGRY MAN (Glaube und Währung)
English and German, Colour, 44 min., 1980

Dr. Gene Scott, an American TV preacher, manages to collect several hundred thousand dollars within 30 minutes. A film about a monomaniac and a nationwide malaise, a film about greed and currency.

BALLAD OF THE LITTLE SOLDIER (Ballade vom kleinen Soldaten)
Directed by Werner Herzog and Denis Reichle
Colour, 45 min., 1984

Ballad of the Little Soldier is a 1984 documentary film about children soldiers in Nicaragua. The film focuses on a group of Miskito Indians who used children soldiers in their resistance against the Sandinistas. This is often cited as Herzog's most explicitly political film, though Herzog denies that he had any specific statement on the politics of the Sandinistas.

Date & time
Saturday, 20th December 2014, 4 pm

Venue
RR 2 Theatre
6th floor
Stage 2 Building
Films Division Complex
Pedder Road
Mumbai

All screenings at The FD Zone are free and open to all. 
Please come and spread the word.

regards,

"THE fd ZONE" team


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"Wat(er) is the Matter?" Docu-Film Challenge

It is time we recognise that Mumbai lives in the imminent danger of running out of water, and come together to do something about it. 

The 48 Hour Film Project invites Mumbaikars - citizens, filmmakers, youth and students - to make a 3 to 5-minute documentary film on the theme, "Wa(ter) is the Matter?" Organised as part of the BASF's 150th Anniversary celebrations, the prizes are worth Rs. 2,00,000, including the Best Docu-Film prize of Rs. 1,00,000. 

College students get a special grant to make their film. Contact us for more details: wateristhematter-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org
  
Selected entries will be part of a Collaborative Film to be screened at the Prince of Wales Museum on January 16, 2015 and the winners will be felicitated at this event. A special memento will be presented to all the participants whose films are selected for the final film. 

Contest ends: December 29, 2014 

For Topics, Rules, T&C visit: www.basf.com/water-is-the-matter



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3rd National Students' Film Awards (NSFA) 2015 & 3rd Students' Film Festival of India (SFFI) 2015 [1 Attachment]

Hi,

Greetings! 

A copy of Rules and Regulations for 3rd National Students' Film Awards (NSFA) 2015 & 3rd Students' Film Festival of India (SFFI) 2015 is attached. 

Wishing you all the very best. 

Last Date of films receiving : 27th January 2015 upto 6 pm

- Rohit 
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Regards
Rohit Rellan 

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Uranium Film Festival 2015 in India [1 Attachment]

Dear Friends 


It is my pleasure to inform you that the Traveling International Uranium Film Festival - Rio is ending its journey for 2014 in Amman, Jordan. The festival this year started off in Washington, New York (USA), and has already been to six cities in India (Ahmadabad, Manipal, Hyderabad, Bangaluru, Mumbai, Jamshedpur), Rio (Brazil) and also Berlin (Germany).


It was the second consecutive year in India since 2013. In 2013 we have traveled 10 cities (New Delhi, Shillong, Ranchi, Pune, Manipal, Hyderabad, Bangaluru, Chennai, Trissur and Mumbai) and our partners have been the leading institutions of mass communication/ film/ science/medical colleges namely, National Institute of Design, Asian School of Journalism, Mass com. Hyderabad University, Indian school of Sciences, Mass Com Dept. Manipal, Rajendra Medical College, Central University, Jharkhand, Film Division, etc.     

As this film festival is dedicated to the nuclear fuel cycle, it is important to note that this is "neither for, nor against but all about nuclear" and in the format of a film festival, we invite experts and local activist to participate and spread awareness here about the subject.


Well, once upon a time, the documentary films were indeed flourishing in the country. In fact, there even existed a commercial TV channel with its sole purpose to support these films, funded from both inside as well as outside the country. But calling it an irony may not be wrong as we still don’t stand anywhere in a global spectrum despite having support from nongovernmental to Govt. departments. Even after so much of dedication, commitment, these films and like traditions have somewhere lost its momentum and today, sadly except for a few, there is no such trends to encourage these quality films or these filmmakers and even signs for any such institutions.


As a film activist, major part of my work has been dedicated for years on the nuclear issue (specially uranium mining), I could see films ending nowhere after a mere few screenings. Meanwhile, I see only hopes in such film festivals, as this not only gives us worldwide platform but also space at a creative level; and not to mention the opportunity to work with today’s youth as well as in the main stream mass which needs to be educated way more than just any niche group.

Moreover, my support for such film festivals has been paved because this as a platform, not only stages the best work but also encourage such spirits which is very important to be kept fuelled, promoting the art form for a better cause among the budding filmmakers from film schools full of prospects, rather than just letting the corporate exploiting them, even this format to their interests.


Thus keeping these in mind, we are striving to create a space with traveling Uranium Film Festival India, furthermore in the mainstream society on the nuclear fuel chain and fortunately we are getting support from eminent film dignitaries as well e.g. Amala Akennini, famous Telugu actress. 

We are able to continue with the supports from friends, institutions, organisations, but am afraid these efforts may collapse if we don’t get a larger support in the form of your help, monetarily or which way. 

 

IUFF 2015 India is on its way. We are looking for support to organise it in different cities.


Regards 


Shriprakash

Festival director for 

IUFF India

www.shriprakash.com

please find  program of IUFF  2014 (Jordan) as attachment 



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Film info Website

Dear Friends 

Welcome To Films for Liberation  has  become the unique site for the people who want to read about films , film reviews and articles , i am trying to get articles from all side , also copying and pasting .. this mjust en effort  to bring cinema knowledge on a single plateform 

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Delhi screenings -' Candles in the wind' & 'Dammed'. Jeevika Film Fest. 13 & 14 Dec [3 Attachments]

Dear friends, film-lovers & countrymen,

The widows of the Green Revolution in Punjab invite you to share their stories at the screening of the National-Award-winning film ‘Candles in the wind’.

Opening Film at the JEEVIKA Film Festival.

 

[  13 December, 2014 <at> 10:30am

         University of Chicago Centre,

         DLF Point, Next to Hanuman Mandir,

         Connaught Place, New Delhi.

 

[  On Sunday, December 14, at 4pm,

         The Gandhian Satyagrahis of Narmada Valley invite you to a     screening of DAMMED - a film on the anti-dam struggle.

 

The filmmakers Nandan Saxena and Kavita Bahl will be there to meet the guests attending the screening.

 

Please forward this mail to kindred souls who would hate to miss this.

 

 

About the Films:

 

 

‘Candles in the wind’

HD/ Documentary/ India/ 52 min./ 2013

A film by Kavita Bahl & Nandan Saxena

 

Synopsis:

 

Punjab.

- the land of the five Rivers...

- the food bowl of India...

The petri-dish of the 'Green Revolution.'

 

The escalating farm suicides and cancer in Punjab are perhaps the best-kept secret of the Indian state today.

 

All school and college text-books sing paeans in praise of the Green Revolution farming at Punjab. Popular cinema from Bollywood keeps this carefully cultivated image alive. The image is a mirage.

 

Behind the smokescreen of an idyllic Punjab, there is real smoke, from the smoldering pyres of the farmers who are committing suicide.

 

‘Candles in the wind’ investigates policy-induced non-remunerative agriculture and escalating farm-suicides in the heart of Punjab.

 

Where men found an easy escape in death, the widows bear the burden of their debt, and yet affirm their faith in life - taking care of children, ageing parents and the chemically-abused fields. With their backs to the wall, these women fight the State and the almighty Corporations.

 

History will not record the dirges of men who chose to die. Poets shall tell the stories of the women who silently shoulder the sky, standing tall amidst the ruins of the Punjab they love.

 

'Candles in the wind' witnesses the silent march of these women as they re-negotiate the rules of engagement and the politics of domination in their bid to survive. Their struggle gives us a window into the social-economic flux in rural India.

 

The strategies of survival and re-negotiation of spaces lends itself to a nuanced understanding of the silent under-currents of a gender-specific struggle in the larger narrative of surviving as a farmer in these times.

 

The film is a poignant portrayal of these brave farm-widows, with minimalist narration and a cinematic interplay of image and soundscapes.

 

 

Directors: Kavita Bahl & Nandan Saxena.

kavitabahl9-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org   /   nandansaxena-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

+91-9910 037244            /   +91-9810 367244

 

 

 

 

Awards:

[  Special Mention, 61st National Film Awards / India/ 2013.

John Abraham National Film Award for Best Documentary /

         SiGNS Film Festival / Kerala / 2014

Special Mention / IDSFFK / Trivandrum / 2014 

 

Official Selection: Indian Panorama-2014, IFFI-Goa. 

 

 

Festival Screenings:

[      World Premiere: Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival/ Greece /’14

[  Official Selection: Documentarist Film Festival / Istanbul / 2014.

[  Tasveer: Seattle South Asian Film Festival/ USA/ 5Nov, 2014.

 

[  Two screenings at Hyderabad / March and April 2014.

[  Four screenings at Bangalore / April 2014.

[  SiGNS Festival / Kerala/ June 2014.

[  IDSFFK Festival / Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala/ July 2014.

[  Opening Film: Chandigarh Cinema Film Festival/ Chandigarh/ Aug’14.

[  Open Frame Festival / Delhi/ September 2014.

[  MenEngage Delhi Film Festival / Delhi/ September 2014.

[  Festival on Social Justice/ Chennai/ October 2014.

[  Men & Boys for Gender Justice Festival / New Delhi/ 8 Nov, 2014.

[  Kolkata International Film Festival / Kolkata/ 16 November 2014.

[  International Festival of India / Goa/ 25 November 2014.

[  Woodpecker Festival / Delhi / 11 December 2014.

[  JEEVIKA Festival / Delhi / 13 December 2014.

 

[  And many screenings for students & citizens groups.

 

 

 

 

 

DAMMED

HD/ Documentary/ India/ 63 min./ 2013

A film by Kavita Bahl & Nandan Saxena

 

DAMMED questions the paradigm of development that makes a priori assumptions that mega dams are critical to progress.

 

Dams that submerge prime fertile land imperil food security. Balance sheets of Dam corporations never account for people displaced, pristine forests submerged and fertile land lost forever.

 

‘Dammed’ is the story of the grit and determination of citizens defying venal Corporations and the strong arm of the government. It follows the drama inherent in the unfolding saga of the Narmada struggle.

 

In 2012, NHDC - the Dam Corporation - raised the water level of Onkareshwar Dam, defying court orders. The dreaded submergence was at hand. No alternate land, livelihood or compensation was provided.

 

This was the last straw.

 

In the face of this apathy, the villagers of Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh did a ‘Gandhi’. They sat in the rising waters, submerged neck-deep, for 17 days.

 

The personal tragedy of the Dam-affected villagers and the larger paradigm of ‘development’ form the warp and weft of the narrative. These are stories of struggle and resilience, despair and hope.

 

The visual texture of the film shall give the viewers an intimate window into the lives of the people fighting for their rights. The aural texture of the film plays with the folk music, songs of protest and rural soundscapes of the Narmada valley. The river becomes a leit-motif.

 

Slowly, Narmada becomes the metaphor for a way of life that was sustainable. Dams become a signifier for the ham-headed ideas of ‘progress’.

 

The story of this unique struggle is relevant to all nations that have Rivers, Dams and People.

 

  • Awarded Best Film in ‘Water for All’ category / Vatavaran Environment & Wildlife Film Festival/ New Delhi/ February 2014.
  • International Premiere: FICA / Goias / Brasil / June 2014.

 

 

 

About us:

Nandan Saxena & Kavita Bahl are the recipients of the National Award for Best Investigative Film at the National Film Awards (2011), for the film ‘Cotton for my shroud’. They received a special mention for their film ‘Candles in the wind’ at the 61st National Film Awards (2013).

Almost two decades into filmmaking, they work in the genres of documentary and poetry films. Their oeuvre spans the domains of ecology, livelihoods, development and human rights.

They take workshops to initiate inquisitive minds into filmmaking and photography under the banner- Top Quark Workshops.

They have been visiting faculty at the Department of Culture and Media Studies, Central University of Rajasthan, where they taught Photography and Video-Production.

Nandan is also an avid photographer. In 2009, he had a 30-day solo exhibition of his photographs at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.

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Recent articles in the Press:

http://www.thehindu.com/features/cinema/a-failed-revolution/article6147624.ece

http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/the-price-of-prosperity/article6097652.ece

http://epaper.newindianexpress.com/c/1682711

http://www.epaperoheraldo.in/Details.aspx?id=15572&boxid=165659578&uid&dat=5%2F4%2F2014#.U2agWhAejNo.facebook

 

  

 


-- 
Nandan Saxena
Film-maker
Top Quark Films (P) Ltd. 
+91-120-4338282 (Studio)
+91-11-9810 367244 (Mobile)

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Gandhara FilmFest 2014-15 [2 Attachments]

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- Rohit 
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