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Dr Omar Ahmed Oct 27
presents: Kamal Amrohi's PAKEEZAH and with an intro by myself - as part of , which will be screening at in Jan 2020. Unmissable really for the most sensual musical ever made and Meena Kumari.
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soham gadre Jul 25
Venice: 2 films by women. 0 films from India : All films directed by women. All films from India.
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Natasha Akhtar Sep 16
I saw Water at the Cornerhouse back in the day 😊 & was blown away by its beauty. If you haven't seen it already then you should change that. It is, in my humble opinion, the best of the Elements Trilogy.
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Roy Stafford Sep 28
Tillotama Shome and Vivek Gomber star in Rohena Gera's SIR (India 2018) today at 17.00. Not to be missed if you can get there.
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Megan India McGurk Jul 25
HOME are partnering with on this year. Meaning two things: incredible indie Indian films (say it quick) and... breakfast naan 😁
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RGB Sep 18
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HOME Oct 16
To celebrate why not grab the last few tickets to our Cooking Experience with Exec Chef, Naved Nasir. Here he is chatting about Indian cinema back during our film season . Book tickets today 👉
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Roisin Joyce Jul 25
Hugely excited to be working with on . Its a great season of work, and a great partnership!
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claire gascoyne Jul 25
Entire film programme directed by women 💪♀️ Check out this year's line-up
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Vicky Smith Sep 22
Asian-themed afternoon with ’s film season and an Irani lunch at - what a pairing 🇮🇳 🇮🇷
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Roy Stafford Oct 1
Working on my intro to WAITING (India 2016), the last film in tomorrow Weds 2nd October at 18.10 with the marvellous Kalki Koechlin and Naseeruddin Shah. A must see!
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Dishoom Sep 11
Honoured to have attended the very first film screening tonight at to kickstart . We’re so proud to be involved in this wonderful celebration of women in Indian film. Bravo, FIRE was a triumph.
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Dishoom Sep 9
The Dry Bollybellini, available exclusively at Dishoom Manchester for the duration of the film season. £1 from all Bollybellini sales between 11.09 and 02.10 will go to to help them break down barriers to make the arts accessible to all.
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creativetourist.com Aug 20
COMING SOON. returns to with a season of composed entirely of films directed by women:
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Manchester Wire Sep 5
HINDIE FILM: City centre arts venue kick start their annual celebration of India's independent movie scene next week with - featuring world premieres, guest Q&As and more. Here's our picks
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Melissa Silverstein Sep 9
There’s a whole year of going on in Manchester UK and they’ve just announced this Indian film season with 100% women directors from 11 Sept-2 Oct
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HOME Oct 2
It's our last film tonight at 6.10pm. Join us for Waiting, a philosophical commentary on death, love & social media, shot in the coastal city of Kochi. Intro by Roy Stafford, freelance film educator
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Cornerhouse Books Sep 10
Our very own has a new season of films, starting this Weds (11 Sept). spotlights some of the best examples of Independent Indian films directed by women. Linking with our year long programme of
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HOME Oct 10
We're thrilled to say that we've been nominated for an award for our partnership with 🎉Read all about it here:
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Didsbury Magazine Oct 2
The BFOC also known as having cultural treat thanks to @ Dishoom Manchester
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