Date: 9th & 10th June 2018
Time: 09:00pm to 05:00pm
Location : Lahe Lahe, No.2906 & 2907, 80 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Near BSNL compound, HAL 3rd Stage, Kodihalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078
Contact : +91 9980375424 / +91 7338422167 | email@example.com
A mechanical life, the associated boredom and a life of monotony often might make your soul scream, “I want to do different.” And often the pursuits that excite you are creative.
Socialacts brings you this unique opportunity to involve yourself in the making process of a movie, currently considered the mother of creativity. Sounds exciting right?
The Socialacts team is making a movie with a tribe which has never seen a movie in a theatre. They are not professional actors but they live their life in front of our camera captured in frames that make a great story. Several years ago, the political system relocated the “Jenu Kurubas” from a national reserve forest in a bid to converse tigers, but till date, the tribe is finding it difficult to adapt to their new environment. Despite all the adulteration that the modern civilisation has been trying to enforce, the tribe has kept its culture & tradition alive distancing itself from the ways of urban life. The movie will cover a unique dialect that is on the verge of extinction. It portrays the journey of Rudra who travels to the bustling city in search of his missing son where he comes across its cold-hearted people that highly contrast the warmth & innocence of his hamlet.
How can you be part of this?
By participating in a 2-day workshop conducted by Industry Professionals on movie making process
A 3-month journey in the actual movie making proces( Its not a full time/ part time work. Its your passion in movie making by committing your free time)
You can work on:- Direction | Cinematography | Editing | Marketing | Art Direction
‘ONLY SELECTED 30 MEMBERS WILL GET A PERSONAL INVITATION TO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP’
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Ere Gowda is the director of Kannada movie Balekempa which has won several International and National Awards. He was also the screenwriter of the award-winning Kannada film Thithi.
Shantharaju is a professor in the Department of Media Studies and Communication in Christ University. He is a passionate shutterbug with varied interests including wildlife photography and documentary film making. He is also an author with some books published in his name and a hardcore cinemate.
Anand is a theatre artiste who has performed more than 5000 street theatre plays across the country. He is a guest faculty at Theatre in Education, Christ University and trainer for theatre activities in various organisations across the country.
He is an award winning wildlife filmmaker and documentary editor from India whose film has been screened at various International film festivals like Pokhara International Mountain Film Festival and International Documentary and Short Film Festival of Kerala. He is also the founder of Keratoconus Foundation India, a non profit organization which aims at helping Keratoconus patients and one of the organizers of Kerala Adventure Carnival.
He is a well recognised architect, painter and an art director, actor in movies . He is popularly known for his works in art direction of the famous Rajnikanth starrer Tamil movie Shivaji.
An initiative by Edifice Labs- Lahe-Lahe, an Assamese phrase, meaning slowly slowly, is the inspiration behind this unique concept. Our aim is to bring expression back to the community, through movement, sound, theatre, words, images and any other forms, to encourage the sharing of these expressions by providing the necessary resources to exhibit and inspire. We are limited only by the imagination and has no boundaries of space and time and soon hope to become a state of mind. Lahe Lahe is a not-for-profit community platform that brings together personal expression and audiences in a live, interactive setting, creating an inclusive social space that enriches both the individual and the society. Lahe Lahe sets people free to express their true selves, offering a non-discriminatory, non-judgmental community space where ideas and audiences intermingle and enrich each other. Nothing is impossible. It’s, Lahe-Lahe.
FSL India is an international volunteer organisation which facilitate intercultural learning and grassroot level community development. FSL India works in the fields of Youth, Environment, Community development, Health care etc. We are associated with more than 120 International organisations like UNESCO from about 88 countries.