Screening | We Have Not Come Here To Die |At Kokum and Sadhana Dell ‘Arte on Jan 17th, 2019, 6.30 pm onwards.

On January 17th 2016 a Dalit, Phd research scholar, and activist Rohith Vemula unable to bear the persecution from a partisan University administration and dominant caste Hindu supremacists hung himself in one of the most prestigious universities in India. His suicide note, which argued against the “value of a man being reduced to his immediate identity” galvanized student politics in India. Over the last year thousands of students all over the country have broken the silence around their experiences of caste discrimination in Universities and have started a powerful anti-caste movement. The film attempts to track this historic movement that is changing the conversation on caste in India.

Dhoolpet Ganesha Screening – 6 Assagao |Screening and Interaction | Nov 26th, 2018

Unlike popular documentary formats, Dhoolpet Ganesha shies away from being a single-issue based documentary, focussing instead on bringing to screen the lives of people, in their daily lives, balancing their sombre reality and the euphoria of a festival celebration.

Indie Comix Fest Goa at The Mandrem House| 28th October, 2018, 10 am – 7 pm

A festival for self-published comics. Buy, sell your independently created comics, interact with comics artists and readers. An event to foster the creation and distribution of comics as an art form.

Vanashakti | Presentation on Ecology and Conservation| September 10th, 2018, 7.30 pm at 6 Assagao

Vanashakti NGO, through Communication and Community Building measures, demonstrate the critical link between ecosystems and human welfare. Their thrust areas are forest, mangrove and wetland protection, environmental education for schools, both urban and rural, livelihoods for forest based communities and scientific investigation into local environmental degradation.