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Turup screening with short film SoundProof


Synopsis:In the neighbourhood, chess is a popular pass time with roadside games bringing together men from different strata. Their pawns include morality and religion, causing social and political tensions to erupt when a tournament gets underway. But the men are only the most visible players.

Against this simmering backdrop, a domestic worker with a secret hobby, a young woman in love and a former journalist struggling with married life must make their moves with care. When caste, class, religion and gender come into play, there are boundaries to be negotiated, and the very rules of the game stand challenged.
Rating: Turup : PG & SoundProof : PG13
Screening Date: 7th Oct- Sunday 2018

Screening Time: 4:30 PM

Venue: 100 Beach Road #02-30A Shaw Towers, Singapore 189702

Screen : 1

Language: Hindi

Movie Type: Feature Film

NOTE: All festival screenings are on free seating basis but once the payment is made, a seat will be guaranteed for you. There will be no additional ticket issued and you can just carry the paypal payment confirmation which will give you entry into the screening.

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Ektara Collective


Moulina Midde,
Anil Singh,
Madhu Bhagat,
Syed Saim Ali,
Nidhi Qazi,
Hariram Darshyamkar,
Aakash Jhamra,
Kuldeep Arakka,
Sheela Rawat,
Abhinav Kumar,
Deepak Nema,
Madhu Dhurve,
Geeta Dhrve,
Preeti Jagat,
Bali Jagat,
Neelam Borkar,
Seema Deshmukh,
Pushpa Yadav,
Tushar Pawar

About Director

Ektara Collective is an independent, autonomous, non-funded group of people who seek to combine creative efforts and imagination and collaborate with trained and untrained people to make films that are content wise and aesthetically located in people’s subjective, contextual realities and experiences. Through this process, Ektara has made and produced 2 short fiction films earlier (Chanda Ke Joote, 22mins, 2011; Jaadui Machchi, 38mins, 2013). This is our first fiction feature film.