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Why You Should Make Your Way To Sarai—CSDS Documentaries

Rini posted on 21 April

What Is It?

The screening of Subasri Krishnan's What The Fields Remember, which revisits the 1983 Nellie Massacre of Assam. This is the third screening in The Wager on Cinema series by Sarai-CSDS.

Who Is It For?

This is a wonderful opportunity for anyone who's interested in watching documentaries, and wishes to participate in an interactive discussion with the filmmaker and other experts.

Why Should I Go For It?

Because the moderators, and heads of the panel discussion, Veena Hariharan and Papori Bora, are eminent faculty members from JNU, so you can look forward to some very interesting discussions.

Anything Else?

We recommend reaching by 5pm as tea will be served around that time! Entry is completely free of cost.

When: Apr 22

Where: The Sarai Programme, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, 29, Rajpur Road, Civil Lines

Nearest Metro Station: Civil Lines

Timings: 5.30pm onwards

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Featured image courtesy: Sarai-CSDS