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Events | April 24, 2003 |

Video Festival | India – May.2003

The festivals will be in Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and Pune (India) and each artist will take part in all three screenings. The festivals will be under the banner of “Crimson Feet Fireworks” and will be screening works only by independent film makers, in India and abroad. The festival will be co-sponsored by Natrani, that will also be co-selecting the videos for the show. Natrani, also called “Darpana Academy” it is a centre for theatre, dance, music and performances in Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

.Opening May 23, 24, 25
.Director Prayas Abhinav, Nishant (co-ordinator for Ahmedabad), Manjushree and Rajshree (co-ordinator for Mumbai)
.Selection Luca Curci
.More details www.lucacurci.com/artexpo 

.artists
Curci Mexis
. Italy.Greece |  Mariagrazia Turco . Italy | Achilleas Kentonis . Cyprus | Nikos Giavropoulos . Greece | Iazara Rosell Albear . Belgium | Fred Martin . France | Prayas.Abhinav . India  | Unn Fahlstrom . Norway | Guido lù . France | Vukasin Nedeljkovic . Serbia | Dominique Hui . Canada | Ichi Ikeda . Japan | Julio Soto . Spain | Ottonella Mocellin . Italy | Merita Koci . Slovenia

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