'Hava Aney Dey' a film by local Hove (via Mumbai) filmmaker Partho Sen-Gupta. Premiered at the Berlin Int film fest, won Best Film at Durban Int Film Fest and has received many other accolades and awards incl; Audience Award at the Commonwealth Film Fest
At the height of nuclear tensions between India and Pakistan, Arjun and his best friend, Chabia, weigh their options for the future against the reality of life on the streets of Mumbai. Enticed by the promise of wealth and opportunity in the Persian Gulf, Chabia is eager to leave his job as a mechanic. But for Arjun, who must finish college and care for his mother, the decision is not so easy in director Partho Sen-Gupta’s gritty, apocalyptic interpretation of Krishna’s counsel to Arjuna, from the Bhagavad Gita.
'Shanu Taxi'; Late one night, a passenger leaves an expensive mobile phone behind in Shanu's taxi. When Shanu returns it, he gets the phone as a reward. He could either sell it off or start using it.
There are Sixty thousand taxis run on the streets of Mumbai, each has a story to tell. This story is Shanu's.
The Old Courtroom
118 Church Street
3:00pm - 5:30pm
Hava Aney Dey
(Hindi with English subtitles)
Dir: Partho Sen-Gupta (93mins/India)
Dir: Vasant Nath (25mins/India)