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Polish Film Festival
Programme : Polish Film Festival
Start Date:  23 Jan 2021  At:  00:00  .ONLINE 
Description :
Polish Film Festival 
Organised in collaboration with Polish Institute, New Delhi. The festival presents 8 award-winning feature and documentary films from Poland. Screenings will be held every Saturday and Sunday in January 2021. The password for accessing each film will be shared by email one day before the screenings  
On Saturday, 23rd January 2021 from 12:00 to 11:59 hrs
Birds are Singing in Kigali (Ptaki spiewaja w Kigali)
(113 min; 2017; Polish with English subtitles)
Directors: Joanna Kos-Krauze, Krzysztof Kruze
Multiple award winner including Best Actress Awards at Chicago International Film Festival 2017 & Karlovy Vary International Film Festival 2017; Best Performance Award, LET’s CEE Film Festival 2018; Best Feature Film, Best Actress & Best Editing, Polish Film Festival 2017; Grand Prix, 10th CinÉast Film Festival 2017; among others
Birds are Singing in Kigali is a multi-layered drama of two women who survived the Rwandan genocide of 1994, Polish ornithologist Anna Keller and Rwandan Claudine Mugambira. Both women, suffering deeply, engage in a complex and piercing psychological process of healing and restoration of their daily lives…  
On Sunday, 24th January 2021 from 12:00 to 11:59 hrs
Chitraanjali – Stefan Norblin in India
(59 min; 2011; dvd; English)
Director: Malgorzata Skiba 
The film tells the forgotten story of Polish artist, Stefan Norblin(1892-1952), who found safe haven in India during WWII and spent six eventful years working for the royal families of Morvi, Ramgarh and Jodhpur. The film is a tribute to the art of the Polish painter and brings back to limelight the fascinating landscape of the Art Deco period in Poland and in India
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Start Date:  23 Jan 2021  At:  16:00  .WEBINAR 
Description :
Livestock, Food Security and The Farm Laws
Speaker: Dr. Sagari R. Ramdas, veterinary scientist and member Food Sovereignty Alliance, India who is learning to be an agro-ecological food farmer. A popular educator at The Kudali Intergenerational Learning Centre, Telangana in the areas of women and food sovereignty; Adivasi, indigenous resilience and Buen Vivir and agro-ecological livestock production in the context of Food Sovereignty and Climate Change. She has published widely on gender, ecological governance and social movements.
Moderator: Shri Siraj Hussain, Visiting Senior Fellow, ICRIER 
Livestock are a critical component of farming livelihoods and contribute vitally to India’s food and nutritional security. The 3 farm laws recently enacted in India, are set to impact the markets of animals and animal derived food products, and have consequences for every food consumer in India, particularly the vast majority of nutritionally compromised citizens. The lecture will present the connections through the lens of milk, meat and eggs.
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