EK DOZEN PAANI
Join us for a special Flashback Friday evening, as we journey back with the films in the presence of, and in conversation with many of the filmmaker’s accompanied by bonus archival material.
PaNi SaRe DhaGa Ma (Water Is In All The Clouds) as the sargam notes and title connote was an exploration of the many lives of water - social, political, material, and spectral - as lived and experienced by young dwellers of the Mumbai suburbs of east Jogeshwari in 2008
In a collaboration unique for its time, members of two local youth groups, Agaaz and Aakansha, met with the artist group CAMP, and anthropologist Nikhil Anand over several Sundays - shooting, exchanging footage with each other and collectively reading and writing over the video material. This filmic and pedagogic relay resulted in Ek Dozen Paani, (One Dozen Waters), a collection of 12 shorts that are still refreshing, carrying within them astute and analytical observations, intimate and poetic images, and multi-modal commentary on the dimensionalities of water, its capture and release, and its past, present, and futures.
See you there! Friday 26th March 6:00pm IST
With CAMP, Nikhil Anand (Associate Professor for Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania), Sitaram Shelar (Founder, Pani Haq Samiti) and the filmmaking teams from Agaaz and Akansha Seva Sangh -Wasim Ansari, Ismail Sharif, Sarika Shiwarulu Durga Gudilu, Govindi Gudilu, Shaali Shaikh and Surpiya Polmuri, Sarita Pulmuri, Archana Mirkar, Rashmi Mirkar, Vasant Ambore, Suraksha Amroskar)
As part of Confluence, Mumbai Water Narratives
Screening # 4
Wednesday 17 December 2008
Room no. V in TISS
Screening # 5
Friday 19 December 2008
A.K. Nayak Marg, Fort
For map, click here
Screening # 6
Saturday 20th December 2008
at Swami Vivekanand School,
opposite IT Colony,
Saturday, 16th June, 2012
8,pm. Sion Koliwada
To the right are the listings of the film screenings held every weekend on CAMP's roof during January and February, hosted by Pirate Cinema Berlin.
More to come next winter, when CAMP gets a brand new roof and makes a brand new cinema;)
Ek Dozen Paani is a screening of 12 short films made during our project in Jogeshwari, a north Mumbai suburb.
This is the first screening of the material, and was specially held for the video group itself, and other community members and friends.
3-5 pm , Ketnav Preview Theatre, Bandra.
Sunday, 28th September 2008.
Screening # 2
Friday 7 November 2008
YUVA Community Resource Centre
Bandra Plot. Premnagar
Screening # 3
Sunday 9 November 2008
JOY [Jogeshwari Organisation of Youth]
Al Jaar Qabla Al Daar
The Neighbour before the House
Arabic and English with English Subtitles.
with Albert-Lászlo Barabási, CAMP, Burak Arikan and Hans Ulrich Obrist at Hidden Patterns.
CAMP, in Conversation with Elvira Dyangani Ose.
Ashok introduces a video on the Monsoon in Lallubhai, made at R & R, at the opening event of the inhabited sea project.
Image: CAMP studio (handmade book scanner, optical scanner, four computers, NVR recorder, joystick, microphones, salad box, water, biscuits, coffee on the folding table. Bookshelves made of paper rolls, books, routers, awards, air conditioning and fan above. Inventory of electronics + museum of Jurassic technology below the tables, flooring replaced from wear. Some persons on a break, a person taking the picture.)
Part 2 of the housing histories project, From Footpath to Flat (via FSI) is online.
Online seminar/"masterclass" with students of Srishti, Bangalore.
Part 1 of the housing histories project, Ghar Mein Shehar Hona: From Janata Colony to Janata Colony (imaginary to destroyed), is online.
Followed by a discussion with Anamika Haksar and many cast and crew members.
As part of Mother Courage and her Unruly, Loving Children
Punto De Vista
International Documentary Festival of Navarra
Retrospective: Oceanic Feeling