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Cary, NC 27511

North Carolina Indian & South Asian Film Festival**Rescheduled Date**

October 10, 2020 10:00 AM

Doors Open: 9:30 AM
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Women in Film
Good Girl's Don't-15 mins (Phillipino/Canadian) by Ana De Lara
A comedic short film about a Filipina-Canadian girl who defies her mother's warning that she will turn into a boy if she plays basketball.

Alice in Borneo-10:20 mins (Malayasian/Indonesian - Borneo Island) by David McGuire
Sixteen year old Alice dives through the Looking Glass into the undewater world of Borneo, learning to SCUBA, discovering sharks and finding the ocean wild is not all as it appears at the surface.

Tourist of Limbo-15:20 mins (Korean/American) - Tamao Kiser
Rio takes her ghost Grandma touristing around New York

Chuskit (Ladakh Region of India)-90mins by Priya Ramasubban
Sprightly Chuskit's dream of going to school is cut short when she is rendered a paraplegic after an accident. She's confined to life indoors in the company of her strict grandfather, Dorje.

1:40 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Health/ Family/ Spiritualism
He Too-20 mins (India/US) - By Jyoti Sing
This film sheds light on abuse.

The Matchmaker (India/US) By Gautam Arya-17 mins
This is a film about a machine that helps Karan Satisfy his infidel dream by introducing him to Amara. As he gets lost in his virtual fantasy, he wishes Amaira to be his reality

Knock Knock-39 mins (Nepal/India) - By Krishna Raj
It's a cat and mouse game between this 60-something Bengali man who is sitting at a cafe working a crossword. A young Nepali boy decides to interrupt him. It's about mental health and OCD and guilt.

Five Faces of Shiva-60 mins by R A Freddie (India/USA)
Five Faces of Shiva follows the rise and fall of the popularity of Hindu god lithographs, arguably India's first mass media. From the complicated backdrop of British colonization which led to coded messages of rebellion hidden in the prints themselves, to rival presses outdoing one another to the point of ruin, to the dramatic mythological stories depicted in the images.

4:30 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. Break

4:45p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Health/ Politics/ Animation
Is this a joke or what?-40 mins by Sangeeta Godbole (India/USA)
A female view on the current American political world.

Seeka-4:20 mins (Japanese) by Mayuko Yamakita
"Horita" and "Hisaya Taishi" attend a high school in Arimatsucho. Hisaya's house has been operating Arimatsu dye shop and is helping with work. Based on discussions, Horita decided to create an Arimatsu-dyed yukata. The two proceed to dye a pattern called "Sekka Squeeze".

Who won?-11:10 mins by Aisha Selime Coskun (Turkey) - Animation
In that film, there is a child (little Muhammad Ali) guides a blind boy who is also blind to his real value. When he grows up and becomes the greatest boxer (Muhammad Ali), he continues to do sacrificing for people.

Jalebi-14 mins by Anshumann Sharma (India/Pakistan/US)
When men from across the 1947 partition line of India meet in America as Pakistanis and Indians, they are ill at ease in having to connect as hailing from rival countries. The political conditioning begins to grope for every excuse to thaw and melt itself into a dew of time-shared ethos.

Code Blue-1:38 mins by Dr. Saray Stannic, Exec Producer -Dilip Barman
Code blue reveals lapses in the current state of medicine and provides a common sense solution by featuring the practice of lifestyle medicine to prevent, manage and reverse chronic diseases.

Will call tickets may be picked up at The Cary Box Office beginning one hour prior to the movie.

For assistance with accessible seating requests at The Cary Theater after 3pm on Friday and throughout the weekend, please contact the general box office at 919-462-2055.
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