Access Livelihoods Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. is organising Tathya-II
, a Short And Documentary Film Festival, on 27th & 28th November, at the Ravindra Bharathi auditorium. Some of these documentaries were featured at "Jeevika: Asia Livelihood Documentary Festival" organised by the Centre For Civil Society in Delhi.
Mook Dariya, a documentary by Nandlal Bajrang, will be screened on the second and last day, at 3:25pm.
Mumbai grew in and around the original founders of the city, the Kolis (the fishermen community). But the waves of development have ignored their contribution towards the business capital.
Here's a closer look at the genesis of Bombay; an entire culture that now seems far removed from the reality that is now Mumbai. This documentary connects the Kolis' livelihood with the current characteristics of the city along with the issues that directly or indirectly affect their habitat. It also touches some environmental issues, along with their culture and festivals. The film is an attempt to search the source of motivation for their livelihood.
Tathya is an effort to help the underprivileged receive recognition for their indispensable contribution towards India's growth story. Through 17 award-winning documentaries and short films, ALC India aims to share the success stories of ordinary people - the unsung heroes - in their struggle to make their ends meet in earning a living with the ever-changing environment.
Tathya has been conceptualized by management graduates from institutes like IRMA, XIMB, NIAM, IMT and Symbiosis, who are all part of the organization ALC India. ALC India is a professional management consulting institution with a focus on Enterprise Promotion, Employment Generation, Equitable Economic development, and Empowerment of the economically-marginalized in the country.
Entry is free for everyone. Please contact ALC India at 4017-7321 for further details.