South Asian Film Festival returns to Maitland's Enzian in October

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The Bengali - PHTOO COURTESY THE ENZIAN THEATER
  • Phtoo courtesy the Enzian Theater
  • The Bengali
Maitland's Enzian Theater and the Asian Cultural Association are bringing back the South Asian Film Festival for a landmark 27th year, and it's only a few weeks away.

Dubbed "Beyond Bollywood," the South Asian Film Festival happens at the Enzian over a long weekend from Saturday-Monday, Oct. 2-4. Attendees this year will get the chance to take in four feature-length films and seven shorts (some presented as part of the "Chhota Cinema: New Indian Shorts program"), 10 of which are debuts exclusive to the Festival.



This year's slate of films includes:

Saturday, Oct. 2
The Bengali
Son of a Sweeper
Pebbles
Pilibhit




Sunday, Oct. 3
Last Night in Vegas
Dammy
Strong Son
Runs in the Family
Nothing But a Human
7 Days (
with a post-film Zoom Q+A with director Roshan Sethi)

Monday, Oct. 4
Last Film Show

“It’s extremely exciting to bring the South Asian Film Festival back in the theater with a full program that’s as diverse, thought-provoking and entertaining as ever,” said Matthew Curtis, Enzian Programming Director, and Jasbir Mehta, Executive Director of the Asian Cultural Association, in a joint statement.

Tickets are currently available through Enzian Theater. A series pass is also available for admission to all films.



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