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Transmissions ’13: A Festival of Independent Cinema in New Delhi from November 14

10 November 2013 7:18 PM, PST | DearCinema.com | See recent DearCinema.com news »

The second edition of the Transmissions ’13: A Festival of Independent Cinema organised by the Lightcube Film Society will be held in Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication, New Delhi from November 14-18, 2013.

The festival will showcase experimental films, short films, feature films and student films. The festival will also host panel discussions, video sessions, lectures, post-film discussions. Film literature, film criticism magazines, posters will also be up for sale during the festival.

Some of the films to be screened are 23 Winters by Rajesh Jala, City of Photos by Nishtha Jain, Chitrasutram by Vipin Vijay, Riyaaz by Gurvinder Singh and Ekti Naadir Naam by Anup Singh.

The pass to the festival will cost Rs 500 for general public and Rs 300 for students. Buy tickets from here. For more details call at 7838340196 or 9910161947 or write to lightcubefilmsociety@gmail.com / anuj.malhotra@lightcube.in

Schedule:

14th November 2013

4:30 Pm – 5 Pm: Opening

6:30 Pm: 23 Winters (2013)

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Paolo and Vittorio Taviani: 'For us it was cinema or death'

1 March 2013 12:00 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Directors Paolo and Vittorio Taviani have been unjustly overlooked for two decades. Now they're back with a prize-winning new film acted by a cast of prison inmates

The Taviani brothers are among the last titans of classic Italian cinema. They came of age in the era of Rossellini and Pasolini; they count Bertolucci among their contemporaries; they have been a nurturing influence on younger countrymen such as Nanni Moretti. They won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1977 for Padre Padrone, an odyssey of rural hardship shot through with transformative fantasy and theatricality. It begins with the Sardinian farmer's son, on whose memoir the film is based, handing a prop to the actor who will be playing him; another scene allows us access to the inner monologue of a goat with which a boy is having sex ("I am going to shit in your milk!"). That playfulness persists in the wartime »

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