Presented by UAB’s Department of Art and Art History Film: Fandry
Sun, Apr 15 | 2:00pm
Film: Fandry (Nagraj Manjule, India, 2013, 101 minutes)
Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts
(1221 10th Ave South, Birmingham, AL 35205)
FREE | Presented by UAB’s Department of Art and Art History
Revered Marathi poet Nagraj Manjule has struck a chord worldwide, making many international “watch lists” for this exceptional and riveting directorial debut. The great dramatic tradition of forbidden love between lower-caste and upper-caste teenagers gets a powerful addition that is anything but clichéd, realizing instead a multidimensional narrative within a caste system at work. Winner of a National Award, India. Winner, Grand Jury Prize, Mumbai International Film Festival.
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