Bombay Dost Sunday High film screenings at Humsafar: 11 Jan ’09 January 4, 2009Posted by nitinkarani in Bombay Dost Sunday High events, edutainment, global themes, queer films.
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From the Bombay Dost PBwiki
This time there will be films on the late Harvey Milk, the first gay man elected to a major political office in the US.
*The Times of Harvey Milk (1984)*
Directed by Rob Epstein
This Oscar award-winning American film documents the political career of Harvey Milk, who was San Francisco’s first openly gay supervisor. The film, at times humorous, at times tragic, documents the rise of Milk from a neighborhood activist to becoming a symbol of gay political achievement, through to his assassination at San Francisco’s city hall, and the Dan White trial and aftermath. The film was produced after Milk’s death using original interviews, exclusive documentary footage, news reports, and archival footage. Other politicians including San Francisco mayor George Moscone (who was assassinated with Milk) appear in archival footage. The film also won the Special Jury Prize at the first Sundance Film Festival, among other awards. (Wikipedia)
Light snacks and refreshments will be served at the end of the first feature.
First Feature begins at 4.30 p.m.
Second Feature begins at 6:30 p.m.
Venue: The Humsafar Trust’s Drop-in Centre, 4th floor, Municipal Transit Building/Vakola Municipal Market Building,
Near Raheja Point and Vakola Masjid, Santacruz (East), Mumbai.
Getting there: It’s approximately minimum fare by autorickshaw from Santacruz station (East). You could also take routes 311 or 313. The same routes also operate from Kurla (West) station.
Space courtesy: The Humsafar Trust.
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