Pearl Street Micro-Project: Mustard Seed Film Festival Opening Night
1100 Block of Pearl Street
Friday, August 18, 4:30pm – 11pm
Mustard Seed Film Festival screens new independent and socially engaged films featuring South Asian filmmakers and actors.
Mustard Seed’s opening night will offer a South Asian open air bazaar, food trucks offering South Asian food, two short films in the late afternoon, a feature film screening and conversation with director Arshad Khan, and a drag show + dance party to end the night!
4:30- 5:30: Open air bazaar with South Asian artists selling prints, books, and accessories
5:30 Screening of Is it too much to ask? dir. Leena Manimekalai
6:00 Screening of Daaravtha dir. Nishant B. Roy
6:30 Dance performance by International Dancer Zaman
Keynote by Caribbean Equality Project's Mohammed Q
7:30 Feature Film Screening of ABU dir. Arshad Khan
9:15 South Asian Drag Show featuring Sundari Indian Goddess & Bibi Masala
10:00 Dance party begins!
Special thanks to in-kind sponsors Post Brothers Apartments!
Be sure to stop by earlier in the afternoon for the Youth Arts Workshop Summer Showcase and Colors of Light Mural Decommissioning Ceremony