The 7th Seattle South-Asian Film Festival, due to take
place from 7 to 9 October, has announced the lineup
of films that will be screened at the festival.
Naval's Do Paise Ki Dhoop, Chaar Aane Ki Baarish, will
be the opening film of the festival. An interactive
session with actor-turned-director Deepti Naval has
also been planned before the screening of the film.
films that would be screened on 8 October are Nila Madhab
Panda's I Am Kalam (India), Aby Rao's Singhing Bee (USA),
Tanaz Eeshagian's Love Crimes of Kabul (Afghanistan),
Kiran Pawar's Astitva: Existence (India), Sonali Gulati's
I Am (India) and Rubaiyat Hossain's Meherjaan (Bangladesh).
On 9 October, movies such as Boxing Ladies by Anusha
Nandakumar (India), Ma Khushi Chu: I Am Happy by Abinash
Shah (India), Flower Bud by Shumona Banerjee (India),
But I am a Woman Too by V. Ramanathan (India), Televisnu
by Prithi Gowda (India), Soul of Sand by Sidharth
Srinivasan (India), Falling Awake by Ryan Demello
(India), A Decent Arrangement by Sarovar Banka (USA)
and I Am by Onir (India) will be screened.
will also be a roundtable with filmmakers on the closing
day of the festival.