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Meta-Culture Dialogics in collaboration with the Bangalore Film Society, Alliance Francaise de Bangalore and Max Mueller Bhavan is organizing a week long international film festival on Conflict Resolution titled, “Peace and Conflict Resolution: Reflections through Cinema”. The festival will be held in Bangalore between October 13-19, 2008, to mark the Conflict Resolution week. The festival is supported by Arghyam, Citizen Matters and Vistar. The venue of the film festival is Alliance Francaise de Bangalore. No 108, Thimmaiah Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore. Entry is free!
Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India will also be participating in this festival to share its experiences and ideas.
See the schedule of the film festival below:
Perceptions and Perspectives
Dispute and Resolution in Cinema
A selection of movies and documentaries from across the world, for alternative perspectives on conflicts.
A unique Film Festival with post screening discussions facilitated by Meta-Culture Dialogics, conflict resolution center.
Humorous, touching, compelling!
Calendar: (schedule is subject to change)
Monday 13: The World Meets
4:30 pm: Inauguration
4:45 pm: No Man’s Land; Danis Tanovic
6:45 pm: Babel; Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu
Tuesday 14: Hitler(s)
4:45 pm: The Downfall; Oliver Hirshbiegel
6:45 pm: The Great Dictator; Charlie Chaplin
Wednesday 15: War Through the Media
4:45 pm: Independent Intervention; Tonje Hessen Schei
6:45 pm: Control Room; Jehane Noujaim
Thursday16: Troubled Waters
4:45 pm: A duet with the River God; Altaf Mazid
6:45 pm: A presentation from SOPPECOM on water conflict prevention
7:30 pm: Blue gold in the Garden of Eden; Rima Essa and Peter Snaudon
Friday 17: Family Perspectives
4:45 pm: Un Air de Famille; Cedric Klapisch
6:45 pm: Remembrance of Things Present; Chandra Siddan
Sunday 19: Indian Mirrors
3:00 pm: Bombay, Our City; Anand Patwardhan
4:30 pm: Panel of discussion “The Future of Bangaloreans” co-hosted by Citizen Matters
6:30 pm: Fishers of Men; Ranjan Kamath
8:30 pm: Discussion with Ranjan Kamath
9:30 pm: Closing
Entry is free!
Venue: Alliance Francaise de Bangalore. No 108, Thimmaiah Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bangalore