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Aqeedat ke Rang : Festival of Documentary Films and Discussions

Aqeedat ke Rang
Festival of Documentary Films and Discussions
27-30 March 2012
2:30 pm to 5 pm each day
Seminar Hall, Ground floor
IGNCA, Mansingh Road, New Delhi

Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts invites you to a 4-day festival of films and discussions on performative arts and cultural traditions from various regions of India, reflecting a confluence of different cultures and religions. These video documentaries, directed for IGNCA by some well known Indian filmmakers, showcase a wide range of cultural traditions especially featuring Hindu-Muslim syncretism from areas such as Kerala and Rajasthan to Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh. The film screenings will be followed by an interaction and discussion with the filmmakers as well as eminent scholars of the respective fields.

Day One: 27 March 2012
2:30 pm
– Film: “Ecstatic Circle” (30 min)
– Film: “Islamic Heritage of North East – I” (22 min)
– Discussants: Yousuf Saeed, Atmaram Bhakal, Abu Nasar Saied Ahmed
3:45 pm
– Film: “Qasba Sanskriti: Bilgram” (51 min)
– Discussants: Prof. Ramakrishnan, Yousuf Saeed, Shail Mayaram

Day Two: 28 March 2012
2:30 pm
– Film: “Bareilly’s Qasbai Culture” (43 min)
– Discussants: Nawed Akhtar, Madan Gopal Singh, R.K. Chandrika
3:45 pm
– Film: “Kadka” (28 mins)
– Film: “Islamic Heritage of North East – II” (22 min)
– Discussants: Atmaram Bhakal, Prof. Ravindra Kumar, Abu Nasar Saied Ahmed

Day Three: 29 March 2012
2:30 pm
– Film: “Islamic Heritage of North East – III and IV” (22 + 22 min)
– Discussants: Abu Nasar Saied Ahmed, Madan Gopal Singh
3:45 pm
– Film: “Qasba Sanskriti: Amroha” (41 min)
– Discussants: Nawed Akhtar, Atmaram Bhakal, Yousuf Saeed

Day Four: 30 March 2012
2:30 pm
– Film: “Aqeedat Ke Rang” (55 min)
– Discussants: Yousuf Saeed, Dhruv Sangari, R.K. Chandrika
3:45 pm
– Film: “Mopla Art Forms” (48 min)
– Discussants: Meena Paul, Dr. M.H. Ilias

Entry to the festival is free. Students and scholars working in the fields of history, culture and media are encouraged to attend this festival and participate in the discussions. Special buses will ply from institutions like Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, and Jamia Millia Islamia to bring students to and fro the venue. For details kindly see our website www.ignca.nic. in

Also: http://www.ektaramu ignca12.html


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