An alternative to the big screen in Bengaluru
Bangalore Film Society is a collective of cineastes who explore through the medium of cinema, cultural politics and how it impacts and shapes the modern cultural practices, politics and social behaviour. Towards this, we organize regular film screenings and discussions on feature and documentary films from across the globe as well as organise film festivals and conferences on specific themes such as human rights, women’s rights, indigenous peoples rights, refugees, migration and displacement, water and environment, farming and food, and so on. Through these programs we attempt to connect the participants with cultural histories of ideas and desires of social transformations, contentious socio-cultural-political issues of our times as well as provide entertainment and aesthetic experience.
International Film Festival on Climate Resilience
Jacaranda Tales (2nd edition)
Film Festival and Panel Discussions
6th Oct – 7th Oct – Gandhi Bhavan
9th Oct – 10th Oct – Mount Carmel College
This festival will be hosted in person at Gandhi Bhavan Auditorium, Kumara Park East, Bengaluru from 6th October to 7th October and at Mount Carmel College, #58 Palace Road, Vasanth Nagar, Bengaluru from 9th October to 10th October.
Other upcoming film festivals
Upcoming Film Festival
Voices from the Waters - 2022
The largest International Traveling Film Festival on Water and Environment
Voices from the Waters is the only film festival in the world which over the last ten years has been bringing together people’s tireless efforts across the world to conserve and understand water in manifold ways. The festival will also bring out the quintessential yearning of the humans – to be integrated into nature…