White Wall Screenings

09.00 PM - 10.30 PM

Prayogshala,
17, Suhasnagar Society Near Dinesh Hall, Ashram Rd, behind Prabhudas Jadiya Jewellers, Shreyas Colony, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009

With Tickets Rs. 150

2022-05-18 21:00:00 2022-05-18 22:30:00 Asia/Kolkata White Wall Screenings

White Wall Screenings
Film buffs, we’re super thrilled to bring our Short Film Adda with offline screenings to Ahmedabad.

Screenings followed by Q&A session with the filmmakers are conducted keeping in mind all safety measures/precautions and socially distanced seating arrangements.

Done with watching the same run of the mill stuff at cinemas and TV? We have something for you! Handpicked, engaging content. Welcome to White Wall Screenings- An adda for short film and cinema connoisseurs. And the place to be for filmmakers! Watch high quality short films and discover what went behind them from the crew itself.

Films to be screened:

1. Li Ej Hu by Dhrupad Shukla:

Time and Space may have separated them, but a shared bond remains in their thought. “Li Ej Hu” is a film that observes two people, a Man and a Woman, who relish their past through mangoes, letters and the unfettered liberty of nostalgia.

The man, now quite old, writs letters everyday and is immersed in thought during this ritual. This thought takes him on a journey to meet his past. In this journey, boundaries between his past and present blur, and then cease to exist altogether.

The two drift closer and further, inhabiting the same space at the same time, but only in thought.

2. TimesUp by Mohit Chandani & Harshil Bhatt:

While walking out on a break from the office, 4 office colleagues are talking about office politics, affairs, and exploitation. While exiting the office, news on the ongoing #MeToo movement sparks a debate between two colleagues, Ankit and Adhwet; regarding the credibility of the movement and whether this movement is just a fad or a mouthpiece of media.

3. Laali by Dhrunad:

Laali gets her first period and she’s clueless about it yet. Her mother explains how this has been a curse for women and how it reshapes their lives. Laali’s father goes to the village chief Baapu for guidance.Baapu suggests him to stop her schooling and make her learn household work and get married soon. Laali gets to meet Deeksha, Baapu’s daughter who came to visit from the city. Deeksha gets to know about Laali’s situation and she takes a step against the village and her own father to fight against this myth.

Prayogshala,
17, Suhasnagar Society Near Dinesh Hall, Ashram Rd, behind Prabhudas Jadiya Jewellers, Shreyas Colony, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009

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White Wall Screenings
Film buffs, we’re super thrilled to bring our Short Film Adda with offline screenings to Ahmedabad.

Screenings followed by Q&A session with the filmmakers are conducted keeping in mind all safety measures/precautions and socially distanced seating arrangements.

Done with watching the same run of the mill stuff at cinemas and TV? We have something for you! Handpicked, engaging content. Welcome to White Wall Screenings- An adda for short film and cinema connoisseurs. And the place to be for filmmakers! Watch high quality short films and discover what went behind them from the crew itself.

Films to be screened:

1. Li Ej Hu by Dhrupad Shukla:

Time and Space may have separated them, but a shared bond remains in their thought. “Li Ej Hu” is a film that observes two people, a Man and a Woman, who relish their past through mangoes, letters and the unfettered liberty of nostalgia.

The man, now quite old, writs letters everyday and is immersed in thought during this ritual. This thought takes him on a journey to meet his past. In this journey, boundaries between his past and present blur, and then cease to exist altogether.

The two drift closer and further, inhabiting the same space at the same time, but only in thought.

2. TimesUp by Mohit Chandani & Harshil Bhatt:

While walking out on a break from the office, 4 office colleagues are talking about office politics, affairs, and exploitation. While exiting the office, news on the ongoing #MeToo movement sparks a debate between two colleagues, Ankit and Adhwet; regarding the credibility of the movement and whether this movement is just a fad or a mouthpiece of media.

3. Laali by Dhrunad:

Laali gets her first period and she’s clueless about it yet. Her mother explains how this has been a curse for women and how it reshapes their lives. Laali’s father goes to the village chief Baapu for guidance.Baapu suggests him to stop her schooling and make her learn household work and get married soon. Laali gets to meet Deeksha, Baapu’s daughter who came to visit from the city. Deeksha gets to know about Laali’s situation and she takes a step against the village and her own father to fight against this myth.




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