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June 19th, 20th & 21st, 2009
Civic Square at 300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga.

Free admission & parking.


Filmi (South Asian Film Festival) is pleased to collaborate with TELUS Mosaic 2009 for the film segment of the Mosaic Festival. Filmi has programmed the film segment for this June 17th -19th,2009 at the Noel Ryan Theatre located in the Mississauga Central Library. To enhance the audience experience, Filmi is proud to present the filmmakers at the festival for the audience interaction and to bring the experience to become a unique one for the audience.

Film at Mosaic

The Pool

The Pool is the story of Venkatesh, a "room boy" working at a hotel in Panjim, Goa, who sees from his perch in a mango tree a luxuriant garden and shimmering pool hidden behind a wall. More....

Ganesh, Wonder Boy

Krishna and Jayamma are a working class Indian couple who prayed to the god Ganesh to bless them with a boy, never dreaming that their son would actually look like his namesake, the elephant-headed deity. More....

I Do. Do I?

"Damned if you do and damned if you don't" is the general idea people have about marriage. The protagonist Raj is caught up in his own insecurities on the day of his engagement. More....

Purple Coloured Curtains

"A nightmarish exploration through the mind of a lost soul". More....

Statues Comes to Life

'A mythological tale of statues Coming to life under the moon light to dance for the Gods.' More....

Wires with Words

What does it mean to be connected to one's roots? Especially if one is separated by time and space; a generation and an ocean? More....

Home and Native Land

A father immigrates to Canada to see his newborn granddaughter, she eventually teaches him English. More....

Ziddi Larki (Stubborn Girl)

On December 10th 2007 sixteen-year-old Aqsa Parvez's father strangled her to death. The Pakistani community newspapers in Toronto labelled her "ziddi larki"- stubborn girl. More....

Filmi South Asian Film Festival is celebrating its 10th year in Toronto. Dinesh Sachdev is the co-founder of the organization and established FILMI 10 years ago on the premise of supporting and displaying the South Asian filmmakers in Canada and North America. His dedication and commitment has resulted in FILMI becoming the largest South Asian film Festival of Canada. A native of Brampton, Dinesh has been a good frined to Mosaic Festival and this is the second year of FILMI programming for MOSAIC festival.

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