21–23 September 2018
Bay Area South Asian Film Festival
Place: Mountain View and Palo Alto, California
Article Chhatisgarhi Hindi
I wanted to make a film on humanity: Danish Iqbal on Sadho
The filmmaker talks about his latest work and the deep-rooted evil of child trafficking in the country.
T For Taj Mahal preview: A man's quest to educate his village
The film will close the inaugural edition of Bay Area South Asian Film Festival on Friday, 23 September at the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts in California.
Pashi preview: Mysterious tale of trappings set in idyllic hills of Himachal
The title of the film refers to the pahari word for bird trap. The film uses the bird trap as a metaphor for the fleeting desire and struggle of the character Ashish.
Rituparno Ghosh was shaped and nurtured by the city of Kolkata: Sangeeta Datta on Bird Of Dusk
Bird Of Dusk is an insight into the life of iconic Bengali cinema director Ghosh.
7 Rounds preview: When two Indians get into trouble in the US because of their ethnicity
The film is based on a real tragic incident that took place in the US.