Festival -- Experimental shorts
7 pm onwards Catch a variety of short films as part of the International Film, Arts and Animal Welfare Festival. Some of the films worth a catch are Vampire, a Black and white film on bats, Aferim that looks at slavery and Voice of Nightingale on stop-motion animator Starewicz.
on July 1 to August 28
At Liberty Theatre, Marine Lines.
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Gig -- Stand-up meets puppetry
10.30 am to 11.30pm Join ventriloquist Satyajit Padhye as he takes the stage this weekend. His razor-sharp comic timing and a combination of stand-up comedy, puppetry and ventriloquism makes him a treat to watch. Some of his fans include filmmaker Shekhar Kapur.
On July 3
AT R City Mall, Ghatkopar
screening -- Let's talk Tuk Tuk
6.30 pm Set in a coastal village, Fisherwoman and Tuk Tuk is an story of a middle aged fisherwoman who dreams of owning an auto rickshaw. Directed by Suresh Eriya, the 63rd National award winning films talks about going all out to fulfil one’s dreams.
on July 8
At Little Theatre, NCPA, Nariman Point