11th Seattle South Asian Film Festival (SSAFF) is a 11-day festival of thought-provoking meaningful films & forums on South Asia* to engage its viewers to dialogue openly on the issues of human right and social/political/economic injustice. The focus of SSAFF 2016 is Bangladesh and message #LoveWins
*South Asia includes Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
It is the largest South Asian Film Festival in the country with over 3000 attendees, 45 films, shown over 11days, in 5cities. SSAFF is produced by Tasveer.
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Festival Director: Kiran Dhillon
Festival Co-Director: Madhuri Kudaravalli
Tasveer Executive Director: Rita Meher
Bangladesh Country Director: Rashed Noman
Event Manager: Archana Soy
Festival Publicist: Sara Huey
Community Partnership: Suryanka Kalra
Sponsorship Team: Anwesha Das
Symposium Lead: Alka Kurian
Ananya Rabeya (Lead)
Linishya Sequiera Vaz
Jitendra Joshi (Architect)
Mudit Gupta (Lead)
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Tasveer is a non-profit film & art organization.
Our mission is to inspire social change through thought-provoking South Asian Films, Art & Stories. Through our festivals, we provide a platform to engage and empower the South Asian Community through meaningful dialogue on a variety of important issues.
Learn more on the Tasveer website.
SSAFF by Numbers
- 23 Features
- 22 Shorts
- 9 Countries represented
- 16 Attending filmmakers
Countries represented: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Canada, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, United States
Country of Focus: Bangladesh
Festival Theme: #LoveWins