This pass gives you full access for all 6 films playing on 17th Feb 2018 at Matterden at The Bombay Art Society, Opposite Hotel Rangasharda, Bandra West.
If you do not wish to buy the full day pass, you have an option to buy tickets for individual shows as well.
Women and Cinema
A story that follows a New York woman, who doesn't really have an apartment. She apprentices for a dance company although she's not really a dancer, and throws herself headlong into her dreams.
Despite being caught in her imaginative world, Amelie, a young waitress, decides to help people find happiness. Her quest to spread joy leads her on a journey where she finds true love.
Based on Satrapi's graphic novel about her life in pre and post-revolutionary Iran and then in Europe. The film traces Satrapi's growth from child to rebellious, punk-loving teenager in Iran. In the background are the growing tensions of the political climate in Iran in the 70s and 80s, with members of her liberal-leaning family detained and then executed, and the background of the disastrous Iran/Iraq war.
Belle de Jour (1967)
Severine, a beautiful housewife, loses interest in sharing physical intimacy with her husband. In order to bring excitement in her life, she attends a high-class brothel and services clients.
Through the Olive Trees (1994)
An Iranian director (Mohammad Ali Keshavarz) acts as go-between when his lead actors (Hossein Rezai, Tahereh Ladanian) won't work together because of cultural differences.
In 1962, Anna is about to take vows as a nun when she learns from her only relative that she is Jewish. Both women embark on a journey to discover their family story and where they belong.
There will be no interval. The films will play back to back.
Tickets are non-refundable.
The email/SMS receipt is the ticket.
Due to limited seating, seat preference is on first come first serve basis, please show the email/SMS receipt at the box-office for entry.