It’s time for FSA ’05


Distinguished Bollywood filmmaker Sai Paranjype inaugurated Film South Asia ‘05 festival on October 29 at the Kumari Hall. Delivering her opening speech, Paranjype explained her experiences in filmmaking, emphasising how documentary films can contribute in addressing social and cultural issues. The films that were screened on the first day of the festival included She Write, Sunset Bollywood, The New Boys and The Boy Who Plays on the Buddhas of Bamiyan.

Films to be screened on October 30:

Hall A:

Days and Nights in the Indian Jail

Teardrops of Karnaphuli

Discussion Continious Journey

Where the Twain Shall Meet

From Behind the Barricade

Team Nepal

My Brother My Enemy

Hall B:

Ganges:Rivers to Heaven

The Die Is Caste

The Other Woman

Good News( Baal Khabar)

A Certain Liberation