Arts & Culture
1:10 pm
Tue March 18, 2014

Indian filmmaker screens latest offering in E.L.

Sanjay Kak. He'll attend tonight's 7:30 p.m. screening of "Red Ant Dream" in B122 Wells Hall on the MSU campus.
Sanjay Kak. He'll attend tonight's 7:30 p.m. screening of "Red Ant Dream" in B122 Wells Hall on the MSU campus.
Credit courtesy of redantdream.com


A documentary filmmaker from India will be in East Lansing for a screening of his latest movie tonight. Current State’s Scott Pohl speaks with Sanjay Kak about his latest film, “Red Ant Dream”. It’s a reflection on modern-day revolution in India. The MSU College of Arts and Letters will screen the film on campus tonight, and Kak will be there.

Kak says two prominent figures in "Red Ant Dream" are Bhagat Singh, a revolutionary who was executed in 1931, and Pash, a poet who was assassinated in 1988. Followers connect their deaths on the same date, referring to them as the Martyrs of 23 March.

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