Date Night: New York Indian Film Festival
Missed TriBeCa Film Festival? No problem! Take a Kama date to this week’s New York Indian Film Festival! The festival boasts showings of multiple new films and talks with the film’s directors. Not sure which screenings to choose? We’ve done the hard work for you, clear your schedules for our top three picks:
From the director of Lucia comes a thriller about a reporter who ends up being framed for a crime she didn’t commit. This film has already sold out it’s first screening and will probably sell out it’s second screening soon.(we recommend buying tickets ASAP). Check out the trailer here and catch the film this Sunday, May 8th at 9pm!
Moh Maya Money (In Greed We Trust)
This movie stars the beautiful and talented Neha Dupia and is a story about all the problems a little greed can create. This film shows how one white collar crime can go all wrong and leave the people you love most in danger. The film has already sold out it’s first screening, and has a second screening on Tuesday, May 10th at 9pm. You can get your tickets here!
A Far Afternoon
This documentary focuses on the artist Krishen Khanna and his process in creating the painting over the course of six months. At ninety years old, the artist paints a 20 foot canvas and Sruti Harihara, the creator of the documentary, shows his process in a way that captures and delights the audience. This film is being shown on Friday, May 13th at 9:30pm and you can get your tickets here.
Tickets are only $15 and there are multiple showings of award-winning films all week! But before you check out the full lineup, get on Kama App and find that someone special to take as your date!