Satrangi 7 Colors Arts & Film Festival
FRIDAY, 5th May 2017
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Venue: RMIT University, Building No 80, 445 Swanston Street Melbourne 3000
5.30 PM - 6.30 PM
Film Talk by Script 2 Screen for Indigenous & Torres Strait Islanders Community participation in the Australian Film, TV and Media
6.30 PM - 7.30 PM
Panel Talks about the Past, Present and Future of Indian Cinemas in Australia while exploring new Australian Film & Arts Projects with India & Globally
7.30 PM - 9.00 PM
Indigenous, Indian & Cross-cultural Film Screenings
PROGRAM ENDS WITH NETWORKING (Refreshments Provided)
SATURDAY, 6th MAY 2017
Venue: Hume City Council
Fashion & Fitness Workshops
Co-ordinator: Ms Mansi Sharma 0452042786
SUNDAY, 7th May 2017
Venue: Clayton Town Hall, 264 Clayton Hall, Clayton 3168
11 AM - 12 PM
Yoga, Arts & Mediation Workshop (Free Entry)
Co-ordinator: Anupama Tiwari, Contact: 0400045690
12.00 PM - 12.30 PM
Herbalife Health Fitness Shake Party (Free Entry)
Co-ordinator: Shiva Hiremath , Contact: 0470513737
1.00 PM - 5.00 PM
Cross-cultural Film & Arts Extravaganza
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SSCAFF 2017 - Satrangi 7 Colors Arts & Film Festival, is a Cross-Cultural festival of performing arts and creative arts which include All Australian and multicultural Film, Fashion, Music, Dance, Instruments, Acting, Comedy, Drama Schools, Clubs and Community organizations to showcase their extraordinary talent to the public while encouraging the participation of the whole community in celebrating and valuing cultural diversity.
It will kick start on Friday, 5th May at RMIT University initiating a FILM Talk with Indigenous & Torres-strait Islanders Filmmakers, Cross-Cultural Film Discussions & Film Screenings, Fitness & Fashion workshops on 6th and Closing with Cultural Extravaganza on Sunday, 7th May.
SSCAFF Satrangi festival is dedicated to our beloved patron Bollywood Filmmaker Late Shri Yash Raj Chopra, who left us heavenly abode in 2012. We are greatly inspired from Yash Ji, for his feature film "Chak De India" shot in melbourne, in which he has conveyed his soulful LOVE and patriotic message of showing the strength of uniting people of all cultures as one.
SSCAFF incorporates the productions of all film makers, while recognizing their cast & crew and motivating them to promote the social, cultural and economic benefits of cultural diversity through their film and arts projects.
This festival also aims at strengthening Music, Film & Cultural ties of Victorian/Australian Film, Music & Arts industries with India and globally by recognizing the local talent and productions at this community platform.
It's Open to All Cultures, Origins, and Religions & Age Groups.