Changes: Stories on the edge
Image: Still from Heer (Dir Honey B Singh)
Date: Friday 21st July
Venue: BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
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Masala Festival welcomes back Bobby Tiwana to curate a programme of film shorts.
What is it to not know where your next meal is coming from? Or what awaits you at home…what life will hold now that mum has gone.
What’s the tipping point
Beyond the precipice
This moment no more
Tomorrow’s clean slate
The life to come
Changes - a programme of lives on the edge. Personal and political conflicts test human resolve. Showing film shorts from India, the UK, and global South Asian diaspora communities.
Curated by Bobby Tiwana.
Ticket includes welcome drink and post-screening discussion with industry contributors.
GemArts Masala Festival 2016 was named winner of the Arts Council Award at the Journal Culture Awards 2017.
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|Date||Friday 21st July 2017|
|Duration||Approx 2 hours|
|Venue||BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art|
|Address||South Shore Road, Gateshead NE8 3BA|
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