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'The Great Indian Kitchen' Screening

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  • WHEN Saturday, May 29, 2021 at 5 p.m.
  • WHERE The Hill Street Country Club, 530 South Coast Hwy, Oceanside, CA 92054
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  • AGES Not available
  • COST Free

This 2021 Indian film by filmmaker Jeo Baby will screen as part of Chitra Gopalakrishnan's current solo exhibition, "Augmented Realities" at the Hill Street Country Club. The film illustrates the invisible domestic and emotional labor of women, centering on the story of a new bride. Gopalakrishnan will lead a discussion after the screening, which is a hybrid event. There's extremely limited on-site seating (15 spots) and masks must be worn, but you can also watch along via Zoom.

The upside to grabbing one of those on-site spots is that you'll be able to browse Gopalakrishnan's fantastic exhibition of paintings and AR animation.

Details: Saturday, May 29 from 5-7 p.m. 530 South Coast Highway, Oceanside, or online. Free, but advance registration is required.
--Julia Dixon Evans, KPBS

From the organizers:
Join us at the HSCC for current exhibiting artist Chitra Gopalakrishnan's choice film screening. Join us via reserved seating or via zoom
About this event
Please Join us at The Hill Street Country Club & via Zoom(click to register for zoom), Saturday, May 29th at 5pm for a film screening of "The Great Indian Kitchen", inspired & hosted by our current exhibiting artist Chitra Gopalakrishnan.

DATE: Saturday, May 29, 2021
TIME: 5 - 7 p.m.
LOCATION(s):

The Hill Street Country Club - Must register via eventbrite to reserve a seat as in-person seating is limited. (15 persons max, masks required).

Zoom - Click HERE to register to watch along with us and join us for our discussion via zoom.

"The Great Indian Kitchen" is a 2021 film from Kerala, India, directed by Jeo Baby. This compelling film revolves around the familiar sights and sounds of Indian cuisine, but unlike any yearning for wholesome Indian food, this showcases the invisible labor of women and the drudgery of housework in many Indian homes. Very regional yet extremely universal, this moving film captures the subtle nuances of patriarchy that sneak into relationships and lifestyles by following the life of a young bride as she navigates life in her domestic surroundings. Effortlessly portrayed by the beautiful Nimisha Sajayan, this film is a masterclass in nuanced storytelling about contemporary Indian society.

This event is FREE and was made possible by Mankind Cinemas and The Oceanside Public Library

Dates and times of events are subject to change without notice. Always check the event organizer's website for the most updated schedule before attending. Check local COVID-19 restrictions and updates.

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