Best of INPUT Festival at ACJ

Susan Muthalaly

CHENNAI: Asian College of Journalism (ACJ), Max Mueller Bhavan and International Public Television (INPUT) are holding a Best of INPUT Festival at ACJ from August 21-23.

Twenty films from across 17 countries will be screened.

The schedule of screenings and discussions on each day is from 9 a.m. Sergio Borelli from Rome, one of the founding fathers of INPUT, will be present while Abhijit Dasgupta, national co-ordinator and steward, INPUT India, will pilot the programme.

The following is the schedule:

August 21: Buying the Games (UK), 9 a.m.; Media Jihad (Japan) 10.30 a.m.; Ghosts of Rwanda (USA), 2 p.m.; The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine (France), 4.30 p.m.; The Weather Underground (USA), 6.30 p.m.

August 22: A Knife in Your Heart (Sweden), 9 a.m.; If... the Generations Fall Out (UK), 10.30 a.m.; Arna's Children (Netherlands), 12 noon; John Safran Vs God (Australia), 2.30 p.m.; Stories of Ivory (Belgium), 3.15 p.m.; The Trial (Kazakhstan), 5 p.m.; Honour Killing: A Turkish Tragedy, 6 p.m.

August 23: Kindergarten (China), 9 a.m.; Angel Without Wings (Germany), 10.15 a.m.; The World of a Barber's Shop (Brazil), 12 noon; In Satmar Custody (Israel), 2 p.m.; Murdered Murderers (Iran), 3.30 p.m.; Calling Hedy Lamaar (Austria), 4 p.m; Breaking the Silence (Poland), 6 p.m.; The Dark Side of the Moon/ Offspring (Canada), 6.30 p.m.

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