Sikh film festival Held on Sunday -19th October in America

Sikh film festival Held on Sunday -19th October in America  about and films by Sikhs were featured in a one-day film festival from 9am to 7pm at Lee Burrows Arts Center in Marysville.SikhLens includes films for families with young children and the feature film “Bhaar-Unbelievable Burden,” a look at government-sanctioned violence in Punjab from 1984-1994.

Sikh film festival Held on Sunday in America

The local festival, co-sponsored by the Punjabi-American Heritage Society and Yuba Sutter Arts, is a condensed version of a three-day annual festival at Chapman University in Southern California.

Most of the films were about profile a variety of Sikhs, from a centenarian marathoner to a group of cheese makers in Italy.Admission is $10 per person at the door.

As per the organizer of this festival Dr. Jasbir Kang, Both Sikhs and non-Sikhs should find the films inspiring and thought-provoking.

Films had been scheduled around several themes:

• “Youth Pride” from 9 a.m.-11 a.m., for families and young children.

• “Sikhs Around the World” from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. highlighting Sikhs with unique talents.

• “Making a Difference” from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. with Sikhs and their impact.

The feature film “Bhaar-Unbeliveable Burden” is from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. It is not recommended for children under 16 years.

A separate film for children older than 5 will be shown in a separate room at the same time.

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