june, 2021

202125jun7:00 pmWhere Is PinkyVirtual

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Bindu and Girish are a seemingly typical middle-class working couple in urban India, parents of an 8-month-old girl named Pinki. They leave their baby at home with the nanny, Sannamma, and head for work. Sannamma laces Pinki’s milk with alcohol and lends the baby to a friend, Anasu, who leaves her under the overpass while she gets a peg of alcohol. A city sweeper, Pathu, accidentally discovers the child, bags her and takes her home. Confronted with the loss, Anasu then dashes back to Sannamma and the two of them head out looking for the baby. When Bindu returns home from the office, having forgotten something, she discovers to her horror that Pinki and Sannamma are missing. Thus begins a day of frantic search that takes all the stakeholders to strange places, people and situations, forcing them to confront their past, present and future.
India • 2020 • 108 min • drama • Kannada

Cast: Akshatha Pandavapura, Gunjalamma, Deepak Subramanya, Sangamma, Anoop Shoonya

Director: Prithvi Konanur: A former software engineer, Prithvi Konanur first foray into screenwriting was an English screenplay titled The Abiding, which was optioned for a Hollywood film with horror director Rob Schmidt attached to direct. Equipped with this experience, Prithvi went to the New York Film Academy and studied filmmaking. After directing various shorts, Prithvi made his debut feature Waves (2012), which was produced by the Children’s Film Society of India under the Federal Indian Government. Waves premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, followed by appearances at numerous international film festivals. His second feature, Railway Children (2016), had its world premiere at the Mumbai Film Festival (MAMI) and went on to win the Jury Special Mention at the Zlín Film Festival. Prithvi’s third feature, Where is Pinki?, won the Production and the Movie Buff Appreciation Awards at the 2019 Film Bazaar.

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