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Frames of Reference 2014 Annual student seminar SMCS, TISS

Frames of Reference 2014
Annual student seminar
School of Media & Cultural Studies TISS, Mumbai
December 2014

Mediatised India 2.0
http://smcs.tiss.edu/for2014/

The last Indian general elections point to a transformation in the 
workings of the media. Much before the actual event, media networks, 
focusing on pre-poll surveys, were predicting the outcomes in shrill, 
often rhetorical debates about the need for hard decisive political 
leadership. Election advertising saw the prolific use of a range of 
media, from larger than life cutouts to social media posts and tweets. 
Alongside selective, and often abbreviated coverage, the media have also 
been responsible for silences and erasures of events and issues that 
concerned powerful political and commercial interests. With the 
consolidation of media oligarchies within mainstream media, an 
amplification of these trends seems imminent.

In the last two decades the media has turned more and more towards 
spectacle and sensationalism to garner markets. Complexity and plurality 
of ideas are replaced by an overwhelming impulse to simplify and thereby 
engender strains of fundamentalism and conservatism. Victim blaming, 
victim as spectacle and chasing down victims for stories as in sexual 
assault cases passes for committed journalism. A whole constituency of 
citizens from indigenous peoples to religious minorities to the working 
class are denied spaces and opportunities to represent themselves and 
are constructed as anti-national and violent when they begin to demand 
their basic rights to equity and social justice.
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Fwd: ETHICS IN PHOTOGRAPHY SYMPOSIUM – DELHI



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Ethics in Photography Symposium
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Symposium Program

9:30 – 10:00 – Registration and tea

10:00 – 10:15 – Welcome Remarks/Opening

10:15 – 11:00 – Keynote Talk: The Role and Relevance of Ethics in Contemporary Society – Yogendra Yadav, Political Scientist, Political Activist and Member, Aam Aadmi Party

11:00 – 12:30 – Panel One: Ethics in Photographic Practice

Panelists:
Sumit Dayal – Photojournalist
Devika Daulet Singh – Gallerist & Curator
James Robertson – Executive Director-India, HIV/AIDS Alliance

Moderator: Prashant Panjiar, Managing Trustee, Nazar Foundation and Co-Founder, Delhi Photo Festival

12:30 – 1:00 – Paper Presentations – Part I

Moderator: Rashmi Sawhney , Associate Professor, Cinema Studies, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University;

Ethics and Photography: Intersects and Interests – André J Fanthome, New Delhi;

The World of Transient Signifiers: Politics of Desire in Digital Photography – Bipin Balachandran, Faculty Member, Art History and Aesthetics, Sreesankaracharya University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Kerala

1:00 – 2:00 – Lunch

2:00 – 3:30 – Paper Presentations – Part II

Moderator: Rashmi Sawhney , Associate Professor, Cinema Studies, School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University;

Moral, Ethical and Legal Issues in Photography: A Critical Analysis – Nikita Kothari, Masters Student, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal;

Critical Discourse Analysis and Semiosis of the Page 3 Girl in the Sun – Navodita Pande, New Delhi;

Photography – Is there any ethics still left? – Indranil Mukherjee, Photojournalist, Mumbai;
Selfies: The Ethics of Self Representation in the Digital Age – Adira Thekkuveettil, National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad;

Photography in the Age of Social Media – Amulya Nagaraj, Bengaluru

3:30 – 3:45 – Tea Break

3:45 – 5:15 – Panel Two: Facilitating Photography: Ethical concerns, Pragmatic approaches

Panelists: Partho Bhowmick, Founder, Blind With Camera Project
Matthieu Foss, Curator and Co-Founder, Focus Festival
Nitin Goyal, President & C.E.O., Tamron India
Moderator: Shubham Roy Chowdhury, India Foundation for the Arts

5:15 – 6:00 – Concluding Talk:  Ravi Agarwal, Curator, Photographer and Founder, ToxicsLink

6:00 – 6:15 – Concluding remarks/Vote of thanks

6:15 onwards – High tea

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South Asian Competition Line-up <at> Alpavirama 2014 (18-21 Sept, NID, Ahmd)



Alpavirama 2014 South Asian Short & Documentary Film Festival (http://www.nid.edu/alpavirama/index.htmlhttp://www.nid.edu/alpavirama/index.html), organised by the Film & Video Communication dept at NID, is going to be held between 18-21 Sept at the Paldi, Ahmedabad campus of NID.

The most important section of Alpavirama is the South Asian Competition. This year we received nearly 220 entries from all over India and the SAARC region. We finally selected 28 (15 Fiction and 13 Documentaries) to screen at the main Festival and compete for the six prizes (Trophy/Citation and Cash) on offer. All cash prizes, totalling over Rupees One Lakh, have been sponsored by the alumnae / alumni of the dept.

Following is the list of films showing at the South Asian Competition, at Alpavirama 2014: 

FICTION
1. Alpaviram / Dir: Suyash Kamat / India
2. Bhinti Maage / Dir: Vishwesh Kolwalkar / India 
3. Contagious Apparitions of Dambarey Dendrite / Dir: Bibusan Basnet, Pooja Gurung / NEPAL
4. Gol O Jog / Dir: Touqir Shaik / BANGLADESH
5. Grahanam / Dir: Christo Tomy / India
6. Hamare Ghar / Dir: Kislay / India
7. Life / Dir: Srinjay Thakur / India
8. Little Hands / Dir: Rohin Raveendran / India
9. Noora / Dir: Kirpal Sandhu / India
10. Odh /Dir: Naina Panemanglor / India
11. Padhte Padhte / Dir: Filmy Rockers (Workshop with children) / India
12. Pava / Dir: Vaishnavi Sundararanjan / India
13. Saknoia / Dir: Khanjan Kishore Nath / India
14. Shooter / Dir: Tejas Anil Joshi / India
15. Viratham / Dir: Prithvi K Raj / India

DOCUMENTARY 
1. Alternative Dancer / Dir: Akee Sorokhaibam / India
2. Babai / Dir: Kavita Datir, Amit Sonawane / India
3. Buddha’s Birthday in Budapest / Dir: Arun Bhattarai / BHUTAN 
4. Dhusar / Dir: Mitwa A Vandana / India
5. FEICA - A Life with Cartoons / Dir: Waseem Abbas / PAKISTAN
6. Fujh ‘A Refugee’/ Dir: Farheen Zaheer / PAKISTAN
7. In Citylights / Dir: Saurabh Vyas / India 
8. In Search of Destiny /Dir: Aakash Arun / India
9. Maneesha 1941 / Dir: Makarand Dambhare / India
10. Masters of the Sky / Dir: Seraj-us-Salikin / PAKISTAN
11. Night of the Saints / Dir: Hammad Munir / PAKISTAN
12. Portrait of a Fair / Dir: Mustaqeem Khan / India
13. Prabhat Nagari / Dir: Aman Wadhan / India


Arun Gupta
HOD, Film & Video, NID, Ahmedabad




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New on NID FVC PLUS YouTube Channel - Chandita Mukherjee on 'Bharat Ki Chaap'

Chandita Mukherjee, documentary film-maker of repute, and Founder/Director of Comet Media Foundation (involved in Social & Educational media), was recently invited to NID Film & Video department to speak on her ground-breaking non-fiction TV serial called "Bharat Ki Chaap" (originally telecast on Doordarshan in 1989), on the history of science and technology in the Indian subcontinent. Her lecture was situated within the larger context of the History of Indian Television, especially the pre-satellite times, when TV was not such an idiot box and its viewers more cerebral and attentive; when History was a rational science and not just blind faith; when debates led to discussions, not dead-ends...


Happy Viewing !


Arun Gupta

HOD, Film & Video

NID, Ahmedabad




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"The Holy Wives" movie on ritual sex slavery in India

Dear Friends,


We are happy to inform you that our film "The Holy Wives" is going to telecast on NDTV Profit/Prime on this coming 

Wed,27th Aug 2014 at 9 p.m

Repeat Show
Thursday,28th Aug at 5 p.m
Saturday,30th Aug at 1 p.m  
 
Please watch,share and comment.
http://social.ndtv.com/primedocumentaries/permalink/226424


Documentary with English subtitles

Trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABMXF5ST3LU


Synopsis

The film ‘The holy wives’ documents the life of women, who are raped in the name of tradition even before they could understand the meaning of sex and the impoverished life that they leads till death. 
It also goes deep into the struggle of women from their community forges to maintain their dignity and self-respect.

This film brings out the lives of three different communities who have been victimized in the name of caste based sexual exploitation in this country through the stories of their life, struggle and their dreams of a dignified life for their children.

Regards
Ritesh





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#RIP – Noted documentary film-maker Shubhradeep Chakravorty


Noted documentary film maker and freelance journalist Shubhradeep Chakravorty passed away on Monday morning in the national capital. He breathed his last at the All India Instituted of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) where he was admitted for last one week after suffering from brain hemorrhage. He is understood to be under depression for the intimidation he was facing and due to the banning of his latest documentary on Muzaffarnagar riots.

http://www.kractivist.org/rip-noted-documentary-film-maker-shubhradeep-chakravorty/
 
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I carry a torch in one hand
And a bucket of water in the other:
With these things I am going to set fire to Heaven
And put out the flames of Hell
So that voyagers to God can rip the veils
And see the real goal........................................By Rabia (Rabi'a Al-'Adawiyya)


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Intro to Filmmaking Workshop ... [1 Attachment]

Ever wanted to make a Film, but didn't know where to begin? Well, you're in Luck!

Phaltu Phillums is announcing the 7th batch of its Intro to Filmmaking Hands-on Workshop to be held at Kunzum Travel Cafe in Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi on August 30th & 31st!


You can get more details from our Facebook Event:

http://www.facebook.com/events/855954561081321/


You can either register offline, or book your spot online here:
http://in.bookmyshow.com/events/intro-to-filmmaking-workshop/ET00023775

Join us and make your 1st Short Film!



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PSBT's Open Frame 2014


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MSF FESTIVAL August 28 to September 5, 2014



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Alliance Française de Delhi and Médecins Sans Frontières.
present
MSF FESTIVAL
August 28 to September 5, 2014
 
The highlight of the emergency medical humanitarian through photo exhibition and a film festival
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While We Looked Away - A Photo Exhibition by Sami Siva
Alliance Française de Delhi Gallery, 72 Lodi Estate, New Delhi
August 28 – September 5 – 9AM to 8PM


Guests of honour include noted author and filmmaker Vijay Singh (http://www.vijaysingh.net/bio.html), photographer Sami Siva (http://www.samisiva.com/bio.html), a DR-TB patient cured by MSF and Jean Philippe-Bottin, Director, Alliance Française de Delhi.
 
Walk through a photo-art exhibition “While We Looked Away” by Canadian photographer of Indian origin, Sami Siva documenting the daily lives of (MSF) patients in India and the conditions in which they find themselves. These images showcase a compassionate yet unflinching portrait of healthcare on the margins in a country where several realities coexist.
   
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Film Festival
M.L Bhartia Auditorium – Alliance Française de Delhi, 72 Lodi Estate, New Delhi
August 29 – September 31
 
Explore the hows and whys of MSF’s long term work - emergency medical relief, campaigns for the access to essential medicine, and upholding the organisation’s humanitarian principles in the face of security risks. Screenings include the Sundance film festival-nominated Fire in the Blood directed by Dylan Mohan Gray and The Invisibles, produced by Javier Bardem. The film screenings will be followed by a Q&A session with speakers from MSF and civil society. 
 
PROGRAM
Friday, 29 Aug. - 7:00PM- 9PM - Access to the Danger Zone


Directed by Peter Casaer and narrated by Daniel Day-Lewis, this documentary provides a harrowing look at the challenges of delivering humanitarian aid in armed conflicts. Access to the Danger Zone explores the strategies that Doctors Without Borders/ Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) uses to save lives in the world’s worst war zones, including Afghanistan, Somalia, and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.
    
Friday, 30 Aug. - 7.00PM - 9PM - The Invisibles


Produced by Javier Bardem, this film with five stories, The Invisibles is about those we do not want to see, but who end up appearing inside our fears and our unease, among other things, because they never stop existing. They are displaced people in Colombia, child soldiers in Uganda, and victims of Chagas disease, Sleeping Sickness, and sexual violence against civilians in the Democratic Republic of Congo. All of these stories belong to some of the forgotten crises where MSF works permanently.

Sunday, 31 Aug. - 5:00PM - 6:30PM - MSF (Un)Limited


Moving accounts of atrocities and humanitarian crises since the founding of MSF in 1971 are told using original footage with commentary by MSF staff. Staff are shown wrestling with their consciences, struggling with emotional involvement and receiving threats to their personal security. MSF (Un)Limited is a story of the ongoing internal debate and self-questioning by MSF when faced with the limits of humanitarian action.
 
Sunday, 31 Aug. - 7:00PM  - 9:00PM - Fire in the Blood

An intricate tale of 'medicine, monopoly and malice', Fire in the Blood tells the story of how Western pharmaceutical companies and governments aggressively blocked access to low-cost AIDS drugs for the countries of Africa and the global south in the years after 1996, causing ten million or more unnecessary deaths. Shot on four continents and including contributions from global figures such as Bill Clinton, Desmond Tutu and Joseph Stiglitz, this is the never-before-told true story of the remarkable coalition which came together to stop 'the Crime of the Century' and save millions of lives in the process. 
Free entry – Open to all
For more information, please write to culture <at> afdelhi.org / padma.priya <at> new-delhi.msf.org


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The Politics Around Student Politics' at "THE fd ZONE" on 30th Aug 2014, 4pm <at> Films Division, Mumbai

WELCOME TO THE 107th EDITION OF "THE fd ZONE" !

'THE POLITICS AROUND STUDENT POLITICS'


Curator's Note:


This week we bring to you three films made at very different moments in India’s contemporary history. All three films are connected interestingly because they make students politics the lens within which to understand the political mood of their time.


The first two films are produced by the Films Division. ‘To What End’ was made in 1973 at a time when student unrest marked the mood of the time. The Nav Nirman movement in Gujrat was building momentum and soon after Bihar erupted into large scale protests led by J. P. Narayan. This movement too was initially led by students. Within this context the state commissions a film promoting the notion that students should focus on studies not agitations. Emergency was declared in 1975 as a response to the massive protests that had taken over the country. ‘Time of Peace, Time of Learning’ was commissioned in 1977. At a time when scores of political prisoners crowded the jails of the country and many more were underground, this propaganda film talks about the peace that prevails on campuses in New Delhi.


‘Black  Pamphlets’ is an independently produced film by Nitin Pamnani. This film details the lead upto the Delhi University elections in 2007. Made in the Cinema Verite style this film holds up a dark and depressing mirror to the complete cynicism in democratic practices within the students. 


Programme:


TO WHAT END

1973/ 9 min  


A film about the student unrest and its ramification.  It shows students debating among themselves whether they should take part in politics while studying.        

Produced By Films Division


TIME OF PEACE, TIME FOR LEARNING

1977/10 min


Students do not resort to strikes or violence now. It is the time of peace now as this film portrays the situation prevailing in college campuses in New Delhi where students are back to their studies.

Produced by Films Division


BLACK PAMPHLETS

2007/ 84 mins


Black Pamphlets takes you into the heart of Delhi University student union election process. The film is an insider’s view of the canididates, strategies, resources and the politics that goes into the making of probably the biggest student election of the country. The film through its images of the every day in the university becomes an opportunity for students from diverse backgrounds to share with the filmmaker their own understanding of democratic practices, their future and their today.

Director and Producer: Nitin K. Pamnani

Camera: Amit Madheshiya

Editor: Imran, Nitin K. Pamnani

Sound: Imran


Date and time

30th August 2014Saturday, 4 pm 



Venue
RR II Theater
6th floor
Phase II Building
Films Division
Pedder Road
Mumbai


All screenings at The FD Zone are free and open to all. 
Entry is on first come first served basis.


regards,

"THE fd ZONE" team


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Help needed with Zoom H2 repairing (Kolkata/Delhi)

Hi all,

I have got a Zoom H2 recorder from a friend! Sadly its broken, can anyone suggest where can I get it mended from? I am based in Kolkata! But if you know anyone in Delhi that would help too!

Thanks much for any information you could provide.

Thanks,
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