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A forward thinking village chief fighting for women to enter the male-dominated arena of local politics – to a farmer who defies society by marrying a gang rape survivor... #NYIFF2020 centerpiece #SonRise gives a glimmer of hope. Watch it on July 28 at https://t.co/kEQoGhINmT.3
Hot off the press! ‘Run Kalyani’ to Kick Off Digital Edition of New York Indian Film Festival - @shaldore in @Variety. #NYIFF2020 https://t.co/ap4vWEJpcH
“Vibha Bakshi’s National Award-winning project ‘Son Rise’and Tanuja Chandra’s documentary ‘Aunty Sudha, Aunty Radha’ are the two centerpieces at the festival” reports @Yoshita_Singh @PTI_News in @the_hindu https://t.co/97lEuwiDPE
Here are the Opening, Closing and Centerpiece films for the 20th edition of the New York Indian Film Festival to be held from July 24 - Aug 2 2020. Stay tuned at https://t.co/BlcKVArfoK
The 20th edition of #NYIFF powered by @MovieSaints will open with #GeethaJ's #RunKalyani. Closing film is #GeethuMohandas' #Moothon & we have two centerpiece films: #VibhaBakshi's #SonRise; #TanujaChandra's #AuntySudhaAuntyRadha. Fest runs Jul 24-Aug 2. #NYIFF2020 #FilmFestival
IAAC in association w/ @ishafoundation brings to you, a FREE unique performance on Friday June 26th 8:30pm EDT showcasing a mélange of classical Indian dance, music and essential wellness tools to help ride through these challenging times, joyfully.
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