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Celebrate with 3rd i for its 20th Annual SF International South Asian Film Festival – Bollywood and Beyond! This year’s festival showcases edgy narratives, fun indie films, and unique music documentaries from South Asia and its Diaspora.
Cinephiles won’t want to miss the wry, art house dark comedy Adieu Godard, Amartya Bhattacharyya’s homage to his favorite film maker, auteur Jean-Luc Godard and his early 1960s French New wave films.
Filled with wonder and imagination, Irfana Majumdar’s dramatic feature Shankar’s Fairies is a nostalgic and insightful period piece that portrays a privileged family in Lucknow, India in the 1960s.
In a mix of live performances, candid interviews and rare archival footage, Mutiny: Asians Storm British Music charts the meteoric rise of South Asian music in 1990’s Britain. Featuring 90s artists: Asian Dub Foundation, Talvin Singh, State of Bengal, Fun-Da-Mental, Anjali, DJ Ritu, Cornershop, Joi, Black Star Liner and more. Director Vivek Bald will be present for Q&A.
Get your Bollywood groove on with 3rd i’s “Bollywood at the Castro”. Enjoy a blockbuster classic with exuberance and camp – one of the most fun and popular events at the festival! With smoky Rani Mukherjee, hunky Shahid Kapoor and the booty-shaking, percussive joy of Punjabi music, Anurag Singh’s Dil Bole Hadippa bursts with vibrant, firecracker charm.
1:00pm: Adieu Godard
3:00pm: Shankar’s Fairies
5:00pm: Mutiny, followed by a Q&A with Director Vivek Bald
7:30pm: Dil Bole Hadippa – “Bollywood at the Castro”