Atlanta Indian Film Festival
The Georgia Indo-American Chamber of Commerce (GIACC), in collaboration with the Indian Consulate in Atlanta, the New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF), the India China and America (ICA) Institute, and the Atlanta Film Festival is proud to present its one-of-a-kind Atlanta Indian Film Festival (AIFF 2019). With an Indian diaspora of approximately 150,000 people, and over 500 companies, including Indian-owned and operated businesses in the Atlanta region, the Atlanta Indian film festival will attempt to show case popular Indian cinema to Atlantans, as well as introduce visiting Indian Directors, Actors and Producers to potential movie production opportunities in Atlanta and the state of Georgia.
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3:30 PM - 5:00 PM | Westin Perimeter Atlanta North
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM | | 90 minutes , Opening Night Movie, Starring Neena Gupta and Directorial Debut by Michelin Star Chef, Vikas Khanna including live Q & A with Vikas Khanna
2:30 PM - 4:24 PM | | 114 minutes
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM | | 60 minutes
7:30 PM - 9:33 PM | | 123 minutes
Day 1 : Opening Film The Last Color by Vikas Khanna.
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In his first feature film The Last Color, Writer director Vikas Khanna tells a story at a time in India when widows were exiled to Ashrams and were forbidden to participate in any rituals or festivals. Stunning vistas of Varanasi provide a rich backdrop to this intriguing story of an unusual friendship between Choti a tightrope walker and Noor (Stellar performance by Neena Gupta) a widow living a life of forced austerity. Pitting the smoke rising from the funeral pyres of Manikarnika Ghat, against the joyous color-bursts of Holi celebrations, Vikas Khanna’s marvellously layered story of the survival of a delicate friendship, is brilliantly told and poignantly life-affirming,
This is celebrity Chef Vikas Khanna's debut movie. He will be attending in person and interacting with the audience in a panel discussion after the showing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9VQsr6XQ50
Day 2 : Sindhustan - Sapna Bhavnani
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Sindhustan is the story of the largest migration of a culture in history told through ink (tattoos).
Sapna Bhavnani interviewed people from the Sindhi community, and turned their stories into tattoos on her legs, thus becoming a human map .
Over a span of 10 days of non-stop pain, she turned into a human map of Partition, a museum of memory.
Sapna will be attending the event in person and taking audience questions in a panel discussion right after the screening.