Exclusive Premier Screening of CRD
Curated by: Cinetic
Cinema

Cinetic presents the screening of the film 'CRD', that is set in the world of College Theatre and probes fascism and fierce competition in arts. The screening will be followed by a talk with the filmmaker, Mr. Kranti Kanade.

The film will be exclusively screened as a premiere ahead of it's official theatrical release in India in September. 

CRD, set to release in theaters in September has previously been screened in London, Stuttgart, and Los Angeles Film Festival, garnering amazing reviews. The director has worked with Daniel Katz, Oscar nominated photographer to deliver a one-of-its-kind bold indie film. It has an IMDb rating of 7.2. The last screening in BITS Pilani Goa Campus, attracted a crowd of 400 students. 


About the artist

Mr. Kranti Kanade, a multiple National Award winning director, having graduated from FTII and UCLA has been nominated internationally in Los Angeles Film Festival, Stuttgart Film Festival, Cleveland International Film Festival, and London Film Festival to name a few. 

His previous films include, five times National Award winning short film, Chaitra, and Mahek, an award winning Indian children's film, where Kranti worked with legendary cartoonist Mario Miranda.

His next in line film 'Gandhi of the Month', stars Harvey Keitel, who has previously starred in Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction.

Donor Passes available on insider.in

The Black Box

  • We request you to bring warm clothes as it gets chilly inside the Black Box as temperatures need to be controlled at optimum levels as per technical requirements
  • Food, beverages and water are strictly prohibited inside the Black Box. Please do not carry them in your bags either
  • Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis
  • Please do come at least 15 minutes prior to the show and enjoy a good cup of coffee at PORT
  • No Late Entries will be allowed
  • Latecomers can only be allowed in at intermission or at an appropriate pause in the program and as per the instructions of the organizers