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2013 Tempo Festival focuses on Indian documentary films

November 2, 2013 - 00:00-November 4, 2013 - 00:00

The 2013 Tempo Documentary Festival in Stockholm, to be held 2–4 November, devotes one full section to films from India. Under the title ”Next up: India Docs” several recent interesting documentaries from India will be screened, among them ”Ghetto Girl” (photo from film) produced by Ambarien Al-Qadar; ”Nirnay” produced by Pushpa Rawat; ”Please don’t beat me” by Kerim Friedman and Shashwati Talukdar; and ”To let the world in” by Avijit Mukul Kishore. 

It will be three days full of Indian documentary film, filmmakers and parties. The theme for the weekend is activism and the red thread trough all the films is the camera as a weapon for social change. 
Tempo Documentary Festival is the largest festival of its kind in Sweden. Founded in 1998, it has since then presented documentaries from all over the world, which would otherwise probably not reach the Swedish audience. Tempo has also established a unique forum for the presentation of documentary work across traditional boundaries – Film/TV, radio, photography, as well as more experimental forms of expression. Between festivals, a number of different events are arranged with a documentary focus, such as seminars, debates, photo exhibitions, together with screenings and workshops for young people. The festival and other associated events are arranged and developed by the non-profit organisation Tempo Documentary Festival.

More information about the 2013 Tempo Documentary Festival.


2013 Tempo Festival focuses on Indian documentary films


November 2, 2013 - 00:00
November 4, 2013 - 00:00