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Speeding up postings on Docuwallahs2

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Reminder: Adda Screening of Hockey in my Blood on August 28

Dear friends,

Adda the weekly film club managed by the students of the School of Media 
and Cultural Studies is organising a screening of HOCKEY IN MY BLOOD a 
film by Sandhya Kumar at 6:15pm on Friday, August 28 2015.

You are cordially invited to attend this screening.
The filmmaker will be present for a discussion after the screening.

Date: Friday, August 28, 2015
Time: 6.15 pm
Venue: Room 4, Main Campus, TISS, Opp Deonar Bus Depot, Sion Trombay 
Rd., Deonar, Mumbai 400088

HOCKEY IN MY BLOOD
A film by Sandhya Kumar
52 mins | 2015 | HD | English and Kodava takk with English subtitles

Hockey in my Blood is a film about hockey in Coorg, told through the 
story of the Kodava Hockey Festival, the world's largest hockey 
tournament played between the families of Coorg in the coffee hills of 
South India.

Kodavas, the people of Coorg are a martial-tribal community known for 
strong ties to land and family. Every year, Kodava players from over 200 
families come together to play in their own hockey tournament – The 
Kodava Hockey Festival. There is no bar on age or gender. The only rule 
of forming a team is that all members must be from the same family.
Young boys and girls, fathers, uncles, mothers, professionals and even 
former Olympic heroes – are all players. With the families playing for 
bragging rights for the rest of the year, victories are hard fought and 
competition can get heated. At the end of the month-long event, there 
will be just one winning team but many winners – the sport and the sense 
of community not least among them. Welcome to The Kodava Hockey 
Festival!

Read Press Reviews - Scroll.in, The Hindu, The Indian Express, The Times 
of India, The Hindu Business Line, The Hindu Friday Review, Live Mint

About the filmmaker:

Sandhya Kumar is an independent filmmaker from Bangalore, India. She has 
been making documentary films since 2007. Her work is rooted in 
non-fiction and inspired by the desire to make visible the poetry of 
everyday life. Sandhya holds an MFA in Film from San Francisco Art 
Institute, and an MA in Mass Communication from Jamia Millia University, 
New Delhi. Sandhya is the recipient of the President's National Film 
Award of India for 2013, Indian documentary Producers' Gold Award 2014, 
a film grant from India Foundation for the Arts in 2010, and has been an 
ATSA fellow (ARThink South Asia) in 2011. Her most recent films include 
- O Friend, This Waiting! (2012, funded by India Foundation for the 
Arts), Memory of a Light (2014, Produced by Public Service Broadcasting 
Trust, India) and Light Falling on White Flowers (2009).

Look forward to meeting you at the screening,

Team Adda

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'Sports Day' at FD Zone on 29th August, 2015 at 4 pm <at> Films Division of India, Mumbai

WELCOME TO THE 159th EDITION OF "THE fd ZONE" !


'Sports Day' <at> fd zone: 29th Aug, 4pm

Curatorial Note:
Working tirelessly to better oneself to defeat an opponent in a fair fight, is a universal goal and struggle. For both the player and the spectator sports offer the ability to escape reality for a couple of hours and ride the roller coaster of emotion. Players and onlookers become as one, and it makes friends out of strangers. This week at FD Zone we bring 2 films celebrating the spirit of sports!
(Sandhya Kumar will be present for a discussion after the screening.)

WILSON JONES
17 min /1971/35mm
Produced By Pramod Pati, Films Division
Directed by Vijay Chandra

HOCKEY IN MY BLOOD
52 mins | 2015 | HD 
English and Kodava Takk with English subtitles
A film by Sandhya Kumar

WILSON JONES
The film features Wilson Jones who won National Billiards Championship of Indian twelve times and the world championship twice.
(http://www.cuesportsindia.com/myweb/pgallery/wilson/wilson.htm)

HOCKEY IN MY BLOOD
is a film about hockey in Coorg, told through the story of the Kodava Hockey Festival, a tournament played between the families of Coorg. Kodavas, the people of Coorg, are a martial-tribal community known for strong ties to land and family. Every year, players from over 200 families come together to play in their own hockey tournament – The Kodava Hockey Festival. There is no bar on age or gender. The only rule of forming a team is that all members must be from the same family.
Young boys and girls, fathers, uncles, mothers, professionals and even former Olympic heroes, are all players. With the families playing for bragging rights for the rest of the year, victories are hard fought and competition can get heated. At the end of the month-long event, there will be just one winning team but many winners, the sport and the sense of community not least among them. Welcome to The Kodava Hockey Festival!
https://www.facebook.com/hockeyinmyblood

Trailer: https://vimeo.com/71095393
Reviews:
http://scroll.in/article/726891/documentary-on-coorgs-hockey-mania-shows-how-the-%20sport-runs-in-the-family
http://www.thehindu.com/features/metroplus/a-hockey-story-from-coffeecountry/article7134402.ece
http://indianexpress.com/article/lifestyle/when-the-pitch-is-right/
http://epaperbeta.timesofindia.com/Article.aspx?eid=31806&articlexml=Tournament-that-showcases-timeless-tradition-20052015027057
http://www.livemint.com/Leisure/Pe2RlbCOjjMfVbGJBxIgsK/Documentary-Hockey-in-my-Blood.html
http://www.thehindu.com/features/friday-review/celebrating-hockey/article7403460.ece

Sandhya Kumar is an independent filmmaker from Bangalore, India. She has been making documentary films since 2007. Her work is rooted in non-fiction and inspired by the desire to make visible the poetry of everyday life. Sandhya holds an MFA in Film from San Francisco Art Institute, and an MA in Mass Communication from Jamia Millia University, New Delhi. Sandhya is the recipient of the President’s National Film Award of India for 2013, Indian documentary Producers’ Gold Award 2014, and has been an ATSA fellow (ARThink South Asia) in 2011. Her most recent films include - O Friend, This Waiting! (2012, funded by India Foundation for the Arts), Memory of a Light (2014, Produced by Public Service Broadcasting Trust, India) and Light Falling on White Flowers (2009).

Date & time
Saturday, 29th August, 2015, 4 pm

Venue
RR III Theatre, 10th floor
Films Division of India, Peddar Road, Mumbai 

Additional Screenings - 
August 28th | 6:15pm | Room 4, Main Campus, TISS, Sion Trombay Rd, Deonar
August 28th | 7:00pm | LT PCSA opp Civil Building, IIT BOMBAY, Powai

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

regards,

"THEfdZONE" team


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Request from shoma a chatterji

Dear Friends,

I will truly be grateful if any of you can mail me the contact details - cell and email ID  of Anant Mahadevan and Vinay Pathak because I need to ask them some questions on the beautiful film GOUR HARI DASTAN. It was surprising to find a film on revolt so silently and quietly presented and portrayed. The film has not done well commercially but that is only a reflection of the changing tastes of the Indian mass audience who only want to be entertained and not educated or enlightened.

Warmly,

shoma a chatterji


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Vikalp <at> Prithvi Screening of 3 Films by Rafeeq Ellias + Q&A with the Director



On Friday, August 28, Vikalp <at> Prithvi will screen three films about people, places and defining moments followed by a Q&A session with director Rafeeq Ellias.

'Do Rafique' is a conversation with a chronicler of the city and its cinema, Rafique Baghdadi.

'The Legend of Fat Mama' is a look at the dwindling Chinese community in Kolkata, its highs and lows, including the impact of the India-China war of 1962 when thousands of Chinese were arrested without trial and sent to a POW camp in Deoli, Rajasthan.

'Beyond Barbed Wires: A Distant Dawn' focuses entirely on the Deoli episode with first person accounts from a group of internees who eventually migrated but continue to hope for an acknowledgement and an apology from the Government of India.

To read about Rafeeq Ellias who is also an award-winning photographer and cinematographer, visit www.icecube.in/#!about/c786



Screening Details:

August 28, 7 pm

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

Entry Free | Registrations are not required but we encourage RSVPs.

To RSVP on the Facebook Event Page or view the event poster: www.facebook.com/events/147249938945283

To subscribe to our mailing list or for any queries, email vikalpscreenings-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

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To spread the word on Twitter: www.twitter.com/Vikalp_Prithvi

To view a list of the 100+ films screened by Vikalp <at> Prithvi since 2007, visit http://tinyurl.com/VikalpAtPrithviScreenings





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All India Protest Screening in Delhi at GPG on 25th Aug at 5pm



Dear Friends,

An All India protest screening in support of Nakul Singh Sahni's documentary 'Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai 'is being organized in Delhi on August 25, 2015 at 5 pm at Gandhi Peace Foundation, 221-23 Deen Dayal Upadhayay Marg, New Delhi -110002.

Please reach in good numbers, spread the news and defeat the fascist forces.

The nearest Metro station for GPF is ITO on Badarpur –ITO metro line (Violet line).

For more detail please check our facebook page Cinema of Resistance.

 

In solidarity,

 

Sanjay Joshi  

National Convener, Cinema of Resistance              

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Kasturi

Convener, Kolkata, Cinema of Resistance

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Countrywide Protest Screenings in solidarity with voices of truth from Muzaffarnagar and Nakul Singh Sawhney's film 'Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai..'

 

On August 1st 2015 members of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad exhibiting habitual hooliganism forcefully stopped the screening of Nakul Singh Sawhney-directed documentary, ‘Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai..’ at Delhi's Kirori Mal College. Videos witnessing this incidence of violent disruption of the screening can be seen in Facebook, Twitter and other social media.


‘Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai…’ is a documentary film that quite courageously reveals the conspiracy of the ruling class political parties which deliberated communal massacres to grab political power by-hook-or-by-crook, in their opportunist alliance with the new lumpen capitalist and feudal forces in the society during August-September 2013 in Uttar Pradesh. This documentary is significant in the times when the media, co-opted by the crony capitalist corporate forces, has turned into a fabrication machine than being the fourth pillar of democracy supposed to project truth and reality.

Narendra Dabholkar, veteran activist who fought vigorously against superstitions was brutally murdered in 2013. Artists of Kabir Kala Manch were put behind bars because their songs were considered seditious! In 2015, comrade Govind Pansare who ferociously blew away communal iconization of Shivaji, was assassinated in the daylight. Teesta Setalwad and Sanjeev Bhatt are continuously being framed and cornered by the state machinery. The same city of Pune where the innocent Mohsin Sheikh was lynched for wearing markers of his faith, also witnessed disruptions during the screening of documentary filmmaker Anand Patwardhan’s iconic film, ‘Ram ke Nam’. While the Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle faced a ban at IIT Madras; Tamil writer Murugan had to declare the ‘writer’ in him ‘dead’ under fascist pressures. Without any evidence an intellectual and teacher like G. N. Saibaba was incarcerated in Nagpur jail in precarious health conditions. FTII students struggling for their democratic rights were arrested at midnight and every force is used to try and crush their movement. Debaranjan Sarangi, a filmmaker and human rights activist from Odisha was framed with false charges. And on the other side killers associated with the Ranveer Sena and Bajrang Dal - who boasted of massacres on camera - were let go scot-free and let out on bail respectively. What do all these country-wide incidences suggest?


It appears that there has been a torrent of such incidences as mentioned above. Many a time we don’t even get the information of prevalence of such repressions in different corners in India. It is possible to bring them in light only by building strong and united resistance against these dark times. This is precisely the reason why Cinema of Resistance does not look at incidence of muting 'Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai..' at Kirori Mal as an isolated incidence, rather it is observed as a dangerously fascist tendency that strangles the democratic spirit. Strong, committed resistance even by putting our lives at stake is the only possible mechanism to impede this trend. We take immense pleasure to share with you that this appeal of ours to respond by arranging countrywide protest screenings was welcomed from various corners of the country and till this date we are informed that this protest will be organized in 22 states, 50 cities/towns and with more than 60 screenings.

We appeal to all progressive and democratic spirited citizens, artists, and intellectuals, to expose fascist forces in this country by joining hands in this campaign of protest-screening of Nakul Singh Sawhney’s film ‘Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai…’ on August 25th, 2015.






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Filmmaking Workshop in Delhi ... [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 12th batch of its Intro to Filmmaking Hands-on Workshop, to be held at CoWorkIn in Lajpat Nagar 4, New Delhi on August 22nd & 23rd!


You can get more details from our Facebook Event:

Intro to Film Making: A Two-Day Workshop | Facebook


You can either register offline, or book your spot online here:

Intro to Filmmaking - A 2-Day Hands-On Workshop


Join us and make your 1st Short Film!



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FILMING REALITY - the book is out - shoma a chatterji

Dear docuwallahs2 friends,

My book - FILMING REALITY - THE INDEPENDENT DOCUMENTARY MOVEMENT IN INDIA is finally out in the market. 

It is  a SAGE publication and is available on Amazon.com. The price is a bit too high but I found one website http://www.infibeam.com/ giving a Rs.268.00 discount.

This is just for the information of my documentary filmmaker friends who I have dedicated the book to. Students who get book grants might want to take a look.

Warmly and with best wishes,

shoma a chatterji


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Fwd: SMCS Early Career Fellowships : Date extended to Aug 20, 2015

SMCS Early Career Fellowships : Date extended to Aug 20, 2015

The School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences announces two fellowships for film-makers and  media practitioners at an early stage of their career. The fellowships are designed to provide the resources and environment for films, websites, multi-media artefacts and other audio-visual media documentation projects that are innovative, relevant and contribute to the growing body of documentary, audio-visual and new media work in India. The fellowships are supported by a grant from the Jamsetji Tata Trust.

The fellowship consists of:

* A stipend of Rs. 25,000 per month for a maximum period of eight months.
The provision of in-house editing facilities, available in Mumbai for the fellows.
* Reimbursement of actuals of production expenses on the basis of a pre-approved budget. Maximum budgetory allotment for production is Rs. 2.50 lakhs.

In order to be considered for the fellowship applicants are required to provide:

* A detailed curriculum vitae
* Up to two non-returnable samples of work on DVD/VCD.
* An essay outlining the film proposal in not more than 2000 words. This essay should include: a working title for the film,
language, the central theme of the film, approach to the content and narrative style, possible visual segments.
* A production schedule with a detailed time frame for: research and script, cinematography, editing to rough cut, editing to final cut, submission of all material.
* A budget for other production expenses (e.g. travel, field expenses, payments to other professionals etc.). Please note that the
fellowship does not support any infrastructural costs such as setting up of an office, buying of equipment, or pe r diem costs.
* Names and contact details of two referees, preferably from the field of media, whom we will contact for a reference if needed.

Last date for receipt of applications is extended to August 20, 2015. 

Applications can be sent to:

School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Deonar, Mumbai 400 088, India

 

The fellowship is open to all Indian nationals. An early career filmmaker is defined as someone who has completed her/his media education not more than 5 years ago. In case of applicants without a media degree, they should have made not more than 5 documentary or short films already.

The fellowship does not support the production of fiction films. Two fellowships are available based on the quality of applications. One fellowship is for general themes and the other fellowship is reserved for media projects on the North-East region of India.

All proposals must be submitted as hard copies and signed by the film maker.

Short-listed candidates will have to come for an interview to the Mumbai campus on September 17, 2015. Travel will be reimbursed at the rates of three tier non-AC train fare against valid tickets.

For any queries, please contact: smcs.fellowship-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org

 

Terms of the fellowship:

* Selected fellows will be paid their fellowship amount on a monthly basis and for production expenses in installments as and when needed.
* The footage and final film produced will remain with the Digital Archive of the School. However, the fellow might retain a copy of the same, for her/his personal use. The copyright will be held jointly by the fellow and the School. The film will be distributed by the School as a part of its catalogue of productions. The fellow may also distribute the film. The School will be cited in the credits as the Producer of the film and the fellow will be cited as Director of the said film.
* The fellow is expected to adhere to the time schedule s/he proposes. Any changes should be notif ied in advance.
* There will be a small advisory committee for each project. The committee will facilitate the work of the fellow. S/he is expected to keep in touch with the committee on a regular basis and discuss and share her/his work at every stage (shooting script/ rough edit and final edit).
* Fellows are expected to begin work by 1 October 2015 and complete their films by 31 May 2016.



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K.P. Jayasankar, Ph.D., Professor and Dean,
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Tata Institute of Social Sciences,  Deonar, Mumbai 400 088, India
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What the Fields Remember at FD Zone on 22nd August, 2015 at 4 pm <at> Films Division of India, Mumbai

WELCOME TO THE 158th EDITION OF "THE fd ZONE" !

WHAT THE FIELDS REMEMBER

Subasri Krishnan's film revisits the Nellie Massacre three decades later.

Duration: 52 mins/HD/Bengali and English

On 18th February 1983, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, more than 2000 Muslims were killed in the town of Nellie and its surrounding villages in Assam, India. People’s homes were burnt down and their fields destroyed. Most of those who died were old people, women and children. Till date the Nellie massacre, remains on the margins of India’s public history, and is virtually wiped out from the nation’s collective memory.

The documentary film What the Fields Remember revisits the massacre three decades later. From the survivors, Sirajuddin Ahmed and Abdul Khayer’s, retelling of the event, and their struggles of coping with loss and memories that refuse to fade away, the film attempts to explore ideas of violence, memory and justice. It also tries to understand how physical spaces that have witnessed the violence continue to mark people’s relationship to history and memory. What the Fields Remember also attempts to raise larger questions around collective memory – of what we choose to remember and why we choose to forget.

The filmmaker, Subasri Krishnan, will be present for a discussion after the screening.

Trailer of the film: https://vimeo.com/133054355
More about the film can be found here: https://whatthefieldsremember.wordpress.com/

CREW
Research, Script and Directon – Subasri Krishnan
Cinematography and Editing – Amit Mahanti
Location Sound and Sound Design/Mix – Julius L. Basaiawmoit
Editing Consultant – Sameera Jain
Translation and Transcription – Bedatri D. Choudhury
Graphics – Chandan Gorana
Producer – Rajiv Mehrotra (for PSBT)
Executive Producers – Tulika Srivastava and Ridhima Mehra

Date & time
Saturday, 22nd August, 2015, 4 pm

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The filmmaker Sandhya Kumar will be present to introduce the film and take questions after the screening.

Venue
RR III Theatre, 10th floor
Films Division of India, Peddar Road
Mumbai 

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

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Date: 16 August 2015 at 20:03
Subject: Post of Associate Professor and Professor in Culture and Media Studies, CURaj
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Details in University website - www.curaj.ac.in
 

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Documentary Making and Production of Fiction Film

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Cultural Studies/ Cinema Studies

 
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Central University of Rajasthan
Bandar Sindri Campus (Ajmer)
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