Upcoming Screenings



3rd i San Francisco and Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center present a series of seminars around HIV, sexuality, and LGBTQ issues in South Asian communities in the US and abroad.

May 19: HIV/AIDS in South Asia and in the South Asian Community: a screening of Mira Nair’s short film MIGRATION and panel discussion in honor of National A&PI HIV/AIDS Awareness Day

Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center
730 Polk Street, 4th Floor • San Francisco
Banyan Room • 4-6pm



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3rd I presents Bollywood Sound & Image: A discussion with Robin Sukhadia
Wednesday, May 28, 7:30-9pm

@ Bollyhood Cafe
3372 19th Street @ Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 970-0362 http://bollyhood.org/
Cost: $5 at the door

 

bollywood sound & image

3rd I presents the first in a three-part series of lectures focused on the sound and music of Bollywood through the decades. Music videos and clips from Bollywood films will be projected on the big screen, and then supplemented with analysis, historical/political insights, and performance demonstrations by Robin Sukhadia. Learn about Bollywood's famed film composers, playback singers, arrangers, and steeped musical history. We promise gregarious song and dance, whimsical musical arrangements, gaudy colors, and extremely melodramatic love scenes…all of this, of course, without any kissing on screen. Bring the kids!

About Robin Sukhadia
Bollywood film music fanatic Robin Sukhadia most recently completed a Master of Fine Arts at the California Institute of the Arts. He has been studying the tabla under Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri at CalArts and the Ali Akbar College of Music in San Rafael, California for the past seven years. His special focus on the musical traditions and rhythms of South Asia informs his approach to musical arrangement and composition on a wide range of concert, film and album productions. For the past 5 years, Robin has traveled internationally on behalf of Project Ahimsa, an organization committed to empowering impoverished youth through music education.

 

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