Oh that’s Bhanu – film screening

08.30 PM - 11.00 PM

Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music
C G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

2019-12-07 20:30:00 2019-12-07 23:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Oh that's Bhanu - film screening

On the onset of winter 2019, The Nomad Cafe is going to screen a heartwarming film called Oh that’s Bhanu, directed and produced by R.V.Ramani. The filmmaker will also be present for an informal post screening discussion.

Bhanumathi Rao, an elegant and witty woman, whose hearing and memory doesn’t usually stand up, has led an enigmatic, passionate, yet a simple and pragmatic life.
In her younger days, she was a dancer and a theatre actor. Today, in her mid-nineties, she lives with her two daughters. This is a journey of life and performance, through the spasms of memory, arriving at a reflection of what could constitute a beautiful mind.

R.V. Ramani worked as a photojournalist in Mumbai before he studied filmmaking at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, with a specialization in Cinematography. With over 25 independent films to his credit since, he has established a unique style of his own, making impressionistic personal documentaries. He won the Best Long Documentary Award (National Competition) for his earlier film, Santhal Family to Mill Re-call (2018) at the Mumbai International Film Festival.

The Venue for the screening is Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music, which was started in 1967 with the purpose of promoting classical music and dance in Gujarat. It was founded by Kathak dancer Padma Shri Kumudini ben Lakhia and Classical vocalist Atul Desai.

 

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Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music
C G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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On the onset of winter 2019, The Nomad Cafe is going to screen a heartwarming film called Oh that’s Bhanu, directed and produced by R.V.Ramani. The filmmaker will also be present for an informal post screening discussion.

Bhanumathi Rao, an elegant and witty woman, whose hearing and memory doesn’t usually stand up, has led an enigmatic, passionate, yet a simple and pragmatic life.
In her younger days, she was a dancer and a theatre actor. Today, in her mid-nineties, she lives with her two daughters. This is a journey of life and performance, through the spasms of memory, arriving at a reflection of what could constitute a beautiful mind.

R.V. Ramani worked as a photojournalist in Mumbai before he studied filmmaking at the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, with a specialization in Cinematography. With over 25 independent films to his credit since, he has established a unique style of his own, making impressionistic personal documentaries. He won the Best Long Documentary Award (National Competition) for his earlier film, Santhal Family to Mill Re-call (2018) at the Mumbai International Film Festival.

The Venue for the screening is Kadamb Centre for Dance and Music, which was started in 1967 with the purpose of promoting classical music and dance in Gujarat. It was founded by Kathak dancer Padma Shri Kumudini ben Lakhia and Classical vocalist Atul Desai.

 

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