RGU set to host ‘Borderland Narratives’ from 23 March

RONO HILLS, Mar 20: Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) here is all set to host the three-day event, ‘Borderland Narratives: A Festival of Films from Contemporary Northeast India’, from 23 March.
The festival has been conceived with a view to create a platform for filmmakers, academics, activists and youths from the region to explore issues of heritage, identity and change from a contemporary perspective, the university’s mass communication department informed in a release.
The event will feature 19 films from all the states of the region, and 16 of the filmmakers will participate in extended interactions with the audience.
The festival is being organized under the stewardship of RGU Vice Chancellor Prof Saket Kushwaha, and fronted by the Arunachal Institute of Tribal Studies in collaboration with the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, North East Regional Centre, Guwahati.
RGU’s mass communication department and the Centre for Endangered Languages, along with the Mishmi Takin Adventure Gears, and the Centre for Cultural Research and Documentation are the festival’s partners.