Sunday’s 11am session at the Right Wing stage at BLF was a full house when three renowned individuals associated to films spoke about its impact on children. Malavika Avinash, Prakash Belawadi and Ramya along with the moderator Darius Sunawala discussed …
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Keeping with the tradition of planting the seeds of creativity at a tender age, BLF held a Magic and Mystery Storywriting Workshop with authors Pavitra Sankaran and Asha Nehemiah. Pavithra Sankaran, the author of Something Fishy, is an avid reader …
Arthi Anand's tales took the audience from Meghalaya to Arunachal Pradesh, and were interwoven with the geography, terrain and languages of the North East. Her book is said to be the first one about the Mishmi in the country.
Venita Coelho is very angry. Do you know why? Tigers all over are being captured and killed because almost every part of the Tiger’s body is useful, ornamental, and above all extremely valuable in the market. Can you beat the kids at the Tiger Quiz - a test of lesser-known facts about the Tiger’s characteristics?
An up close and ever-evolving interaction between the storyteller and his audience, as they craft together both story and theatre.
Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh, Leila Seth, proved children can engage with "heavy" issues likes liberty, ethics, innovation, and justice. That is, if we dare to give them a chance.