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Upcoming Screenings

Land Gold Women (2009)

Director: Avantika Hari

Running time: 103 mins

Awards: India's National Award,  Purple Orchid Award,  Royal Reel Award.

Primary Lang: English

Secondary Language: Urdu 

Subtitles: English

Countries of Production/Filming: UK


Summary: A man can justify an act of murder if he is protecting any of three things, the saying goes: land, gold, and women (zan, zar, zameen in Urdu).


Set in modern Birmingham, Land Gold Women revolves 




Set in modern Birmingham, Land Gold Women revolves around a small British Asian family caught between their traditional past and the tumultuous, faction-driven present. Nazir Ali Khan, a soft-spoken, 45-year-old professor of History at a University in Birmingham, emigrated from India in the 1980s. He made Birmingham his home with his conservative wife Rizwana and their two children, Saira, 17 and Asif, 14. He indulges their interests in all things English and Western but now finds himself increasingly 

nostalgic about his roots.


With the threat of an illicit relationship looming over his head and the prospect of getting cut off from the rest of his family, Nazir finds himself at the brink of a terrible decision to make: Should he save face? Or save his daughter?



Narinder Samra 
Neelam Parmar
Chris Villiers 
Hassani Shapi 
Terry Pearson
Laila Vakil 




Previous Screenings


Where the Heart is (2012)

Director: Rohan Sabharwal

Running time: 50 mins

Awards: Premiere

Primary Lang: English 

Subtitles: English

Countries of Production/Filming: India/Israel


Summary: Indian filmmaker, Rohan Sabharwal, has embarked on a fascinating journey to document the last days of the microscopic Jewish Community in Kerala, India. With only 9 surviving members living in 'Jew Town' and 37 in the rest of Kerala.



The Last Waltz (1978)

Director: Martin Scorcese

Running time: 117 mins

Awards: KCFCC (Won Best Documentary)

Primary Lang: English 

Subtitles: None

Countries of Production/Filming: USA


Summary: Thanksgiving, 1976, San Francisco's Winterland: the Band performs its last concert after 16 years on the road.  Scorsese's camera explores the interactions onstage in the making of music. 


Festen (1998)

Director: Thomas Vinterberg

Running time: 105 mins

Awards: Festival de Cannes (Jury Prize)

Primary Lang: Danish

Other Languages: German English

Subtitles: English

Countries of Production/Filming: Denmark


Summary: The Father turns 60. His family, which is a big one of the kind, gathers to celebrate him on a castle. Everybody likes and respects the father deeply...or do they?

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