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Screenings in Film clubs this week (April 14th -April 15th):


National Film Archives of India (NFAI)
Saturday 21st April/ 6:30 pm

Jane Bhi Do Yaro
Director: Kundan Shah
Cast: Bhakti Barve, Naseeruddin Shah, Ravi Baswani, Om Puri, Pankaj Kapoor, Neena Gupta, Satish Shah

This is an extra-ordinary slapstick comedy about two bumbling photographers employed by the editor of a scandal newspaper Khabardar. They have to spy on a millionaire property developer and the police commissioner. They uncover the scandal when the commissioner is killed. The film refers directly to specific corrupt Bombay politicians of the period and uses actual footage of the collapsed Byculla fly-over which collapsed shortly before the film was made.

Membership required for entry.

Children's Film Society, India(CFS)
Sunday 22nd April/ 9:30am
/Prabhat Theater

1)Katt Katt Kad Kaddu

2)Jaise Ko Taisa (Animation Film)

Tickets available for Rs 5/-

Children's Film Club
Sunday 22nd April/ 12:30 pm/ National Film Archives Auditorium
A special screening of Documetary Films.

1) Written by Rabindranath Tagore and directed by Satyajit Ray
2) Zoo
3) Glass

The screenings will be followed with a discussion with the experts in documentary film making.

Membership required for entry.

Alliance Francaise De Poona
Sunday 22nd April / 6:00 pm

Life Is A Long Quiet River
Director: Etienne Chatiliez
Cast: Hélène Vincent, André Wilms, Christine Piguet, Maurice Mons, Daniel Gélin, Catherine Jacob.

On one side there is this good, respectable bourgeois family and on the other, a shamelessly poor one, crowded into a crummy apartment. Only one thing brings them together: two of the children were born on the same day and were delivered to the wrong parents, as a revenge of a doctor's mistress.
A successful French comedy worth a watch.

Membership required for entry.



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