Tasveer South Asian Film Festival comes to Renton

The events set for Renton will begin at noon on Saturday, Oct. 14 at Carco Theatre.

  • Friday, October 6, 2017 3:23pm
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The 12th annual Tasveer South Asian Film Festival runs from today, Friday, Oct. 6 until Sunday, Oct. 15 throughout Seattle including Renton.

The following films will be shown throughout the day:

• Maple, 47 minutes from Canada

• Our Time, 10 minutes from the US

• From The Land of Gandhi, 49 minutes from India

• Himalayan Refugee, 28 minutes from Nepal

• Code-Switched, 15 minutes from the US

• Five o’Clock Shadow, seven minutes from the US

• Ladies and Gentlewoman, 46 minutes from India

• Naked Wheels, 30 minutes from India

• Is It Too Much To Ask?, 30 minutes from India

• The Eldest Son, 30 minutes from Nepal

• Cotton Fields from the Ivory Tower, 17 minutes from Pakistan

• Sambalpuri Weavers, 20 minutes from India

• Saawan, 138 minutes from Pakistan

On Sunday, Oct. 15 at Carco more showings will begin at 11:30 a.m.

Those films include:

• The Joyous Farmer, 15 minutes from Sri Lanka

• The Shame, 20 minutes from Nepal

• Sisak, 15 minutes from India

• Ghraan, 30 minutes from Bangladesh

• Chhora, 25 minutes from Nepal

• Sahaski Chori (Brave Girl), 20 minutes from Nepal

• Dobara Phir Se, 126 minutes from Pakistan

• COLA, 13 minutes from India

• Yeh Ballet, 15 minutes from India

The festival wraps up with a closing awards and reception scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 16.

A full schedule of screenings and events for the festival is online at http://tsaff.tasveer.org/. Single tickets are $10 to $12 for general admission. Passes for the entire festival, first weekend and second weekend are available for $100 to $150.

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