Children's film festival in Hassan, Chamarajanagar

Children's film festival in Hassan, Chamarajanagar

The film festival would be held in three phases in all the theatres in the town.
The following films will be screened in theatres till November 19 – Putani Party III (Picture Palace), Bangari (Sahyadri) Putani Party (Renuka theatre in Belur), Mahabharatha (Tejaswi and Gayathri, Belur).

While, Putanai Party, Bangari, will be screened in Sadhana, Rathna and Venkateshwara theatre in Arsikere. In Arkalgud, Manjunath theatre would screen Puttana Mahabharatha, Hello Kannada in Mahadeshwara.

In Channarayapatna,  Dhanalakshmi will screen Puttani Party, Balaji theatre will screen Mehar Mirza, Bangari at Gayatri and Puttana Mahabharatha at Lakshmi. The films Putani Party, Puttan mahabharatha and Hello Kannada will be screened in Holenarasipur, he said.

The inaugural programme of the event will be held at Bhanu theatre on November 15. The students between class V and class IX will be given preference for the free shows, he added.

From Dec 7 in Ch’nagar

Deputy commissioner K Amaranarayan announced that the district administration in association with Karnataka Education and Cultural Children’s Film Institute, Chikkaballapur is organising a children’s film festival from December 7 to 10.

He was speaking at the preliminary meeting at the office of the deputy commissioner here on Friday.

The film festival would be held in theatres in the district including Basaveshwara, Gururaghavendra, Siddartha theatres in Chamarajanagar city, Venkateshwara and Vijaya theatres in Gundlupet, Mahadeshwara theatre in Yalandur, Srinivasa and Shobha theatres in Kollegal and Maruthi theatre in Hanur.

Films including ‘Chandana Chiguru’, ‘School Master’, ‘Ku-ku’, ‘C/o Footpath’, ‘Chili-pili hakkigalu’, ‘Super Nova 459’ and Aamir Khan starrer ‘Taare Zameen Par’ would be screened during the film festival.

Education department should create a schedule so that higher primary and high school students can watch the movies and the entry fee would be fixed at Rs six he said.