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Sunday, October 25 • 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Kasheer: Art, Culture, and the Struggle for Azadi

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Elayne McCabe

2014 | 52 minutes | India-controlled Kashmir, U.S.A.

New York Premiere 


Since the 1947 partition of the British Indian Empire into what is now India and Pakistan, Kashmir—which immediately became a disputed territory—has existed in a state of perpetual occupation. The region’s plight is illuminated through the work of three local artists living in the Kashmir Valley. A talented young political cartoonist offers biting satiric commentary on regional politics. A middle-aged artist reflects, through abstract ink drawings, on his childhood and the tragic changes the militancy brought to his neighborhood. A senior artist uses vibrant spiritual paintings to reveal his quest for inner peace in the midst of unending social turmoil. The film puts a distinctly human face on the nuanced complexities of life under military rule and reveals the power of creativity in even the most dire of circumstances.

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Sunday October 25, 2015 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Caribou Room, Fifth Floor

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