A Call for togetherness, from the road of Kathmandu… “watering Awareness”

Rastriya Naach Ghar
June 29th. 2012 – 4.00 pm to 8:00 pm

“Flowers in Dust” is a documentary directed by Sushil Babu Chhetri, who was grown up as a street child himself.

His background and his passion for movie making inspired him to support and raise awareness for nepali street children. His documentary provides a clear view of the extreme conditions some children are forced to live in. The problem is growing so large and quick that the work of the voluntary organizations hardly make a difference, while governments simply don’t address the problem.

Many foreigners have set up centres to educate street children and provide them with basic schooling. How can we contribute? We can see for ourselves the nature of this reality during this documentary night and help spread the awareness, it is a good start.

The evening will continue with more short movies, plus live music from the rising youth of Kathmandu, and a photo exhibition:

– Mero Ateet (70 minute), A film created to add colors in the canvas “drug- addiction” A light that caste shadows on the exciting colors of the way. A light, which changes. Directed by Sushil babu chhetri (70 minute)
– Flowers in dust (documentary) 20 minute, innocent migrants from India forced to be part of garbage of Kathmandu. The children are searching for hope to live… Directed by – sushil babu chhetri
– Live music
– Instrumental music from the rising youth of Kathmandu (sadhak band )
– Photo exhibition (On the way)
– Drug counseling (dedicated to change lovers….)

Tickets at 300 or 500 from the door.

For more information please contact Ghetto Films as http://www.facebook.com/coloringdreams.
Sushil: 9813232870
Kaji: 9808107954

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