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Chitra Yatra - A Film Festival By Drusya

Chitra Yatra - A Film Festival By Drusya is an event that took place between 14-Jun-2007 and 16-Jul-2007 in Hyderabad.
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    Hari Hara Kala Bhavan (6.1 km)
    MCH Complex And Auditorium, Shivaji Nagar, S D Road, Secunderabad • Telephone: 040-2709-8033
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    Delegate passes of Rs. 100 per head
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Several people would argue that 33 days and 100 films aren't enough. Well, this may not be too much of a good thing, but it is pretty close to enough.

Drusya Film Foundation is organizing a 33-day festival titled Chitra Yatra, from 14th June to 17th July, at the Hari Hara Kala Bhavan auditorium, Secunderabad, to celebrate world cinema and to pay homage to some great moviemakers.

Chitra Yatra will include screenings of 100 classic and short films from all over the world, representing different continents, diverse languages and cultures, as per the schedule given below:

14th June
Raja Harischandra, by Dada Saheb Phalke - 16 minutes
Conflict - Samar, by Shyam Benegal - 125 minutes

15th June
Amrita Shergil - 19 minutes
Kaagaz Ke Phool, by Gurudutt - 160 minutes
Earth (Silent), by Alexander Dovzhenko - 54 minutes

16th June
Apostle Of The Indies - 21 minutes
Knife In The Water, by Roman Polanski - 94 minutes
Aagantuk, by Satyajit Ray - 120 minutes

17th June
Warli Paintings - 18 minutes
Ek Doctor Ki Mout, by Tapan Sinha - 122 minutes
A Short Film About Killing, by Krystof Keislovski - 85 minutes

18th June
Lamp In The Niche, by Girish Karnad - 30 minutes
Tahadir Katha, by Buddha Deb Das Gupta - 93 minutes
Jules et Jim, by Fransois Truffaut - 105 minutes

19th June
Nomad Puppeteers - 20 minutes
Breathless, by Jean Luc Godarad - 89 minutes
Daman (non EST), by Kalpana Lajmi - 126 minutes

20th June
Dr. Homibhabha, Scientist In Action - 22 minutes
Percy, by Pervez Merwanji - 110 minutes
Rules Of The Game, by Jean Renoir - 110 minutes

21st June
Then The Rains - 13 minutes
La Strada, by Federico Fellini - 90 minutes
Main Zinda Hoon, by Sudhir Mishra - 120 minutes

22nd June
R K Laxman - 20 minutes
Four Chapters, by Kumar Shahani - 110 minutes
Red Desert, by Michelangelo Antonioni - 116 minutes

23rd June
Through A Different Lens - 22 minutes
Stage Coach, by John Ford - 90 minutes
Konikar Ramdhemu, by Jahnu Barua - 112 minutes

24th June
Child On Chess Board - 8 minutes
Grahanam, by Indraganti Mohan Krishna - 90 minutes
Gandhi, by Richard Attenborough - 181 minutes

25th June
Kalamandalam Gopi - 43 minutes
Chinese Roulette, by Rainer Werner Fassbinder - 85 minutes
Massey Saheb, by Pradip Krishen - 118 minutes

26th June
Age D or L, by Luis Bunuel - 63 minutes
Broken Journey Uttoral, by Sandip Ray - 82 minutes
Frame Within Frame (documentary) - 134 minutes

27th June
Pankaj Mullick - 20 minutes
Budapest Tales, by Istvan Szabo - 91 minutes
Sindooram, by Krishna Vamsi - 155 minutes

28th June
Through The Eyes Of The Painter - 18 minutes
Woman Of The Dunes, by Hiroshi Teshigahara - 127 minutes
The Grey Mare, by Sanabi - 112 minutes

29th June
Man In Search Of Man - 22 minutes
Bhangarwadi, by Amol palekar - 124 minutes
Seventh Seal, by Ingmar Bergman - 95 minutes

30th June
Konark - 21 minutes
Aguirre The Wrath Of God, by Werner Herzog - 93 minutes
Yuganth, by Aparna Sen - 125 minutes

1st July
Ustad Allah Rakha - 13 minutes
Birth Of A Nation, by D W Griffith - 110 minutes
Musafir, by Jabbar Patel - 140 minutes

2nd July
Khajuraho - 20 minutes
Ghar, by Girish Kasaravalli - 125 minutes
Contempt, by Jean Luc Godard - 100 minutes

3rd July
I Am 20, by S N S Shastry - 20 minutes
Insect Woman, by Shohei Imamura - 123 minutes
Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron, by Kundan Shah - 110 minutes

4th July
Raj Kapoor, by Siddharth Kak - 70 minutes
Blackmail, by Alfred Hitchcock - 81 minutes
Train To Pakistan, by Pamela Rooks - 108 minutes

5th July
Teejanbai - 33 minutes
Mirch Masala, by Ketan Mehta - 128 minutes
Actor, by Mohsen Makhmalbaf - 86 minutes

6th July
Gita Govindam - 16 minutes
An Autumn Afternoon, by Yasujiro Ozu - 113 minutes
Cyanide, by A M R Ramesh - 105 minutes

7th July
The Seer Who Walks Alone - 52 minutes
1:16 An Ode To Lost Love, by Madhu Ambat - 100 minutes
Sound Barrier, by David Lean - 118 minutes

8th July
And I Make short films - 16 minutes
Smiles Of A Summer Night, by Ingmar Bergman - 108 minutes
Salaam Bombay, by Mira Nair - 113 minutes

9th July
Encounter With Faces - 28 minutes
Dharti Ke Lal, by K A Abbas - 125 minutes
TRI (Three), by Aleksander Petrovic - 124 minutes

10th July
Khilonewala - 19 minutes
Sithakokachiluka, by Bharathi Raja - 150 minutes
Megha Dhaka Tara - 126 minutes

11th July
You Said It - 8 minutes
Veerabhimanyu, by V Madhusudan Rao - 160 minutes
Nine Months, by Marta Meszaros - 93 minutes

12th July
And Miles To Go - 15 minutes
Asukh, by Rituparno Ghosh - 86 minutes
Awara, by Raj kapoor - 170 minutes

13th July
Lost Child - 27 minutes
Matti Manushulu, by B Narasingarao - 87 minutes
Naseem, by Sayeed Mirza ( Non-EST) - 120 minutes

14th July
Conquest Of Kanchen Junga - 20 minutes
Boot Polish, by Prakash Arora - 148 minutes
Meeting A Mile Stone, by Goutam Ghose - 90 minutes

15th July
Premchand - 20 minutes
Pukar, by Sohrab Modi - 165 minutes
Last Vision, by A K Bir - 125 minutes

16th July
Gotama The Buddha - 84 minutes
Memorable Moments - 21 minutes
Do Beegha Jameen, by Bimal Roy

17th July
Akbar - 23 minutes
Meghasandesam, by Dr Dasari Narayana Rao - 165 minutes

Director Kundan Shah will be part of the attendance on 13th July. The screening of the films starts at 5:30pm everyday, and entry is by delegate passes of Rs. 100 per head, for all the days. Please contact Drusya Film Foundation at 2354-7149 for further details.
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