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Screening of documentary on Mizoram today

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GUWAHATI, Oct 19 - Sanjoy Hazarika�s latest documentary Rambuai, Mizoram�s Trouble Years will be screened tomorrow at 5.30 pm at the Royal Group of Institutions (RGI), Betkuchi here.

The film, co-produced by Preeti Gill and directed by Maulee Senapati, will be shown on the opening day of the River Talks - North East Literary Festival being organised by RGI and the North East Writers� Forum.

Rambuai, which looks at the turbulent years in Mizoram and how people have tried to cope with their experiences, premiered successfully at Aizawl recently in the presence of Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla. The Chief Minister said the documentary should be shown extensively so that people across India could understand the trauma that the Mizos had experienced.

Rambuai was also screened at the India Habitat Centre in Delhi on October 5. More screenings are planned across the NE region and the rest of the country.

The film has been supported by the Heinrich Boll Stiftung (HBF), New Delhi, which focuses on thematic areas such as climate, resources, gender in socio-economic policy, democratic governance and India as a global actor and promotes national and international dialogue processes with a view to enhancing the diversity of green thinking.

The film has been made by C-NES, which works on a range of issues at both field and policy levels relating to governance.

The programme will start at 6 pm on both the days.

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Screening of documentary on Mizoram today

GUWAHATI, Oct 19 - Sanjoy Hazarika�s latest documentary Rambuai, Mizoram�s Trouble Years will be screened tomorrow at 5.30 pm at the Royal Group of Institutions (RGI), Betkuchi here.

The film, co-produced by Preeti Gill and directed by Maulee Senapati, will be shown on the opening day of the River Talks - North East Literary Festival being organised by RGI and the North East Writers� Forum.

Rambuai, which looks at the turbulent years in Mizoram and how people have tried to cope with their experiences, premiered successfully at Aizawl recently in the presence of Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla. The Chief Minister said the documentary should be shown extensively so that people across India could understand the trauma that the Mizos had experienced.

Rambuai was also screened at the India Habitat Centre in Delhi on October 5. More screenings are planned across the NE region and the rest of the country.

The film has been supported by the Heinrich Boll Stiftung (HBF), New Delhi, which focuses on thematic areas such as climate, resources, gender in socio-economic policy, democratic governance and India as a global actor and promotes national and international dialogue processes with a view to enhancing the diversity of green thinking.

The film has been made by C-NES, which works on a range of issues at both field and policy levels relating to governance.

The programme will start at 6 pm on both the days.

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