Film fest on conflict and resolution

Meta-Culture Dialogics, Center for Dispute Transformation and Dialogue presents a week long Festival of Films on Conflict and Resolution, to celebrate Conflict Resolution Day on October 16th.

PERCEPTIONS and PERSPECTIVES
Dispute and Resolution In Cinema
A week long festival of films and discussions
October 13 – 19
Film festival

To celebrate Conflict Resolution Day, October 16th, Meta-Culture Dialogics, Center for Dispute Transformation and Dialogue, in collaboration with Bangalore Film Society, and Alliance Francaise de Bangalore, and with the generous support of Arghyam, Citizen Matters and Visthar, are presenting a week long Festival of Films on Conflict and Resolution.

After a very successful launch in 2007, with over a thousand viewers, Meta-Culture Dialogics is renewing its effort to reach out to the Bangalorean public, offering alternative ways of looking at disputes and conflicts that are manifested and addressed around us.

Venue:

Alliance Francaise de Bangalore.
No 108, Thimmaiah Road,
Vasanth Nagar,
Bangalore

The films from India, France, Germany and the United States, among others, deal with a range of social and global issues: “tradition” versus “modernity” urban violence and crime; water conflicts; the war in Iraq; urban divide; inter religious and communal confrontations in India, inter racial clashes, amongst others…

Each movie will be followed by an interactive discussion with the audience facilitated by a conflict resolution specialist from Meta-Culture.

Free admission (Donations are welcome)

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

4:45 pm: The Downfall; Oliver Hirshbiegel
6:45 pm: The Great Dictator; Charlie Chaplin

Wednesday 15: War and the Media

4:45 pm: Independent Intervention; Tonje Hessen Schei
6:45 pm: Control Room; Jehane Noujaim

Thursday 16: 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; Leslie Franke

Friday 17: Family Perspectives

4:45 pm: Un Air de Famille; Cedric Klapisch
6:45 pm: Remembrance of Things Present; Chandra Siddan

Saturday 18:
(No screening)

Sunday 19: Indian Mirrors

3:00 pm: Bombay, Our City; Anand Patwardhan
4:30 pm: Panel of discussion “Conflict and the future for 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

For information:
Please contact: Rafael: 9945207719

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