November 7th, 2022


Programmers Of Colour Collective

NOV 7 · 12:00 PM · Virtual Industry Panel

South Asian film programmers at festivals around the world share their approach to the craft of curation, exploring the responsibility and ethics of programming, as well as shedding light on how filmmakers can successfully navigate the festival circuit.

Guest Speakers: 

Aashna Thakkar, Aisha Jamal, Ritesh Mehta, Saroj Sharma 

Moderated by: Lucy Jane Mukerjee

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FLASH SALE: Centerpiece Glodfish - 25% off

Join us for the North American premiere of the Goldfish at the the 17th Tasveer South Asian Film Festival. The film screening will be followed by an exclusive in-person Q&A with actors Deepti Naval and Kalki Koechlin! Tickets are 25% OFF during this FLASH SALE for 24 hours only!

British-Indian woman, Anamika (played by Kalki Koechlin), returns home to find her mother suffering from the onset of dementia. Mother and daughter, strangers for over a decade, find themselves thrown together once again and Ana is forced to become daughter and mother, care-giver and secretary and detective, shield and scalpel. Around her, in the neighborhood she escaped, Anamika begins to discover a woman she never knew at home, alive in memory, in anecdote, in music she doesn’t understand.

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Not able to make it to Seattle for the 17th TSAFF? We got you! TSAFF Virtual festival will last from Nov. 7th to Nov 20th and give you access to 90+ compelling South Asian thought- provoking films... all from your cozy couch!

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Away, Together
Bangla Surf Girls
Birth of Fire
Dear Dad
In Search of Bengali Harlem
Into The Mist
My Mother's Girlfriend


The red carpet was studded by the stars of Little English for the international premiere of the first romcom with leads of South Asian decent! The audience was tickled by Little English, moved beyond words by the LGBTQIA+ Shorts and awestruck by the beauty of the Nepali Shorts. Community members were pleasantly surprised to see that all the LGBTQIA+ told powerful stories that ended on a non-tragic note. Ibrahim Rana, filmmaker of Dear Dad responded "That's the power of filmmaking, you can make choices that you can't make in real life".


Kicking Balls + Women Beyond Bollywood | Nov 8th | 5:30 PM | Seattle Public Library Downtown
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