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Shrujan LLDC - Film Screening

Film Screenings A three-day curated film festival will give visitors an opportunity to take a peek at what pastoralism looks like around the world, with films from Mongolia, Ladakh, Kachchh and many other pastoral landscapes.

 
Dates : 19th January, 2023, 02 PM
22nd January, 2023 (Two Show : 11 AM & 2 PM)
23rd January, 2023 (Two Show : 11 AM & 2 PM)
Place : LLDC Auditorium

Films

Lunana: A Yak In The Classroom (Bhutan)

A young man with a dream of moving to Australia finds himself teaching a classroom of eager children — and a yak — in a remote Bhutanese village.

This film was nominated as ‘Best International Feature Film’ at the 94th Academy Awards in 2022. Watch the award winning film ‘Lunana: A Yak in the classroom’ on 23rd Jan at 11am at the Living Lightly Exhibition hosted by LLDC.

Language: Dzongkha with English subtitles

Date: 19/01/2023
Time: 02:00 PM
Duration: 1 Hr 49 min

So Heddan So Hoddan,

Winner of five awards at Edinburgh, Kathmandu and the Indian Documentary Producers’ Association Awards, and screened at festivals across Caserta, Göttingen, Mumbai, Seattle, Sydney, Thrissur and Trivandrum, among others, a journey into the music and everyday life of pastoral Muslim communities of the Great Rann of Kutch.

Direct: Kutchi with English Subtitles

Date: 22/01/2023
Time: 11:00 AM
Duration: 52 min

On The Move

The film tells the story of Gaddi pastoralists of the Kangra and Chamba valley of Himachal Pradesh. It is an exploration of a community that braves its past against the many challenges of time.

Language: English and Hindi with English subtitles

Date: 22/01/2023
Time: 12:00 PM
Duration: 16 mins

The Brokpa Trail

The Brokpa Trail is a community-based film based on one of the last semi-nomadic pastoral communities surviving in the high Himalayas of Arunachal Pradesh known as the 'Brokpa'.

Climate change has affected their traditional lifestyle in the form of erratic weather patterns, short winters, dwindling of grazing pastures, and gradually dying up of high altitude lakes (often their source of water).

The dedication of the younger generation towards the alluring modern life has decimated their number comprehensively and unless adaptation strategies for their survival are devised, the brokpas will fall a victim to the clutches of modernity and a significant part of their history and identity will be lost forever. This film tries to spread awareness about this unique Brokpa community of Arunachal Pradesh.

Language: with English subtitles

Date: 22/01/2023
Time: 12:30 PM
Duration: 32 mins

Shepherdess Of The Glaciers (Ladakh)

In the Himalayan High Plateaus, far from any human life, we will accompany Tsering, a shepherdess, throughout one year, thanks to her brother's knowing camera. We will discover the moving and exceptional picture of a woman who has devoted her life to her cattle.

Watch ‘Shepherdess of the Glaciers’ on 22nd January at 2 PM at the Living Lightly Exhibition hosted by LLDC

Language: with English subtitles

Date: 22/01/2023
Time: 02:00 PM
Duration: 01Hr 14 min

How Can I Forget?- The Legend Of Marui

Delving into a Sufi tale about a simple village girl held hostage in the fortress of a powerful king, this film grapples with questions of freedom and imprisonment, longing and belonging. It weaves together the zaahir and the baatin (the apparent and the hidden meanings) of this tale, which is at once spiritual and social, personal and political, historical and timeless, about a woman, her lost homeland and the struggle to remember who we truly are. A film by Shabnam Virmani Featuring poetry of Shah Latif, sung by waai/folk singers of Kutch with reflections by Abdullah Hussain Turk and Rita Kothari.

Language: Hindi with English subtitles

Date: 23/01/2023
Time: 11:00 AM
Duration: 45 mins

Don't Fall In Love With Those Who Wander In Boats

"This film takes inspiration from the poetry of the 18th century Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai, widely held to be the greatest Sufi poet of the Sindhi language. His poetry is collected into the 'Shah Jo Risalo' which has thirty ‘Surs’ (poetic chapters or musical modes), based on well-known folk stories, love legends and historical events. Some are based on the lives of ordinary people – weavers, blacksmiths, potters, fishermen. Evidently, Latif had himself walked, breathed, sweated, delighted in, and known the lives of the ordinary people of Sindh, making him not just a great Sufi poet but also a great folk poet.

Language: Sindhi with English subtitles

Date: 23/01/2023
Time: 11:00 AM
Duration: 22 mins

The Story Of The Weeping Camel (Mongolia)

When a Mongolian nomadic shepherd family's newest camel colt is rejected by its mother, a musician is needed for a ritual to change her mind.
Watch ‘The story of the weeping camel’ a Mongolian film about nomadic shepherds from the Gobi Desert on the 23rd at 2pm at the Living Lightly Exhibition hosted by LLDC

Language: Mongolian with English Subtitles

Date: 23/01/2023
Time: 02:00 PM
Duration: 1Hr 33 min

 

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