What Has Happened to This City? (Kya Hua Is Shahar Ko?) (1986)

25th April 2021
Sunday 5:00pm - 6:35pm

Venue:

Oldham Theatre

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25/4 WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THIS CITY? - General
$ 10.00
25/4 WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THIS CITY? - Concession
$ 9.00
25/4 WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO THIS CITY? - FRIENDS OF AFA
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$ 0.00
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Description:

RESTORED VERSION
Directed by: Deepa Dhanraj
Runtime: 95 minutes
Country: India
Language: Hindi with English subtitles
Rating: NC16 (Some Mature Content)

SOUTHEAST ASIAN PREMIERE

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Full Synopsis

What Has Happened to this City? explores the processes of political maneuvering which led to the Hyderabad communal riots in 1984. The city’s history, the provocative speeches of its politicians and the instrumentalisation of religious processions stand next to the testimonies and the striking visual accounts of the Old City’s working class – those who lost their livelihoods through violent attacks and long periods of imposed curfew. 

The film is a pioneer in recording and analysing the rhetoric and visual expression of Hindu nationalist and supremacist politics. Initially shot for the local communities in Hyderabad, its courage in capturing the ensuing violence combined with its respectful lyricism and contemplation, enhanced through Navroze Contractor’s camera work endows this political documentary with an acute contemporary relevance.

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The Reframe: A Time to Resist programme will run from
9 to 25 April 2021 at Oldham Theatre.

Selected films from the programme will also screen online from
12 April – 9 May 2021 on our Rewired platform. 

If you have any trouble purchasing your tickets, please contact us at ticketing@asianfilmarchive.org

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Important Notice:

Do note that Oldham Theatre does not play ads and screenings will start promptly. Arrive early so as not to disrupt the screenings. All patrons are encouraged to purchase your tickets online to be able to secure a seat. Seats are limited due to social distancing regulations. If you choose to purchase tickets or merchandise at Oldham Theatre’s box office, cashless payment is preferred.

Measures will be taken to ensure the health and safety of all patrons at Oldham Theatre. This includes wearing a mask at all times for both staff and patrons, temperature taking, SafeEntry logging and observance of social distancing around the theatre. Doors will open 20 minutes before showtime, so  arrive early to register, take your temperature and find a seat.

 

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