Early Bird Tickets on Sale now for Southern California's Annual Sikh Art & Film Festival

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Sikh Lens, Southern California’s premiere film and art experience for everything “Sikh-centric,” is proud to announce early bird tickets are now on sale for the 2010 Sikh Art & Film Festival, taking place November 19-21, 2010 at the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University.

Sikh Lens, Southern California’s premiere film and art experience for everything “Sikh-centric,” is proud to announce early bird tickets are now on sale for the 2010 Sikh Art & Film Festival, taking place November 19-21, 2010 at the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University.

“The festival’s aim is to showcase Sikh art and film to not only Sikhs but to transcend cultural boundaries and create awareness within the greater population. We are very happy to be having the festival at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts this year as the location serves as the perfect setting for the festival to instill cultural and religious awareness,” exclaimed Tina Anand, festival co-chair

The three-day festival kicks off with a red carpet opening celebration, a cluster of short films, live entertainment and the premiere of the 2011 SikhPoint calendar. The evening continues with a delectable dessert and dancing reception for guests as they enjoy the beautiful Sikh and cultural aesthetics surrounding them. Saturday and Sunday events include special film clusters and programs each focusing on matters aimed to ignite passion and instill inspiration within the community, including youth-focused films, creative Sikhs panel, a Sikhs-of-the-world film cluster and for the first time the festival will be featuring an interactive segment on film-making.

Pricing for the festival is as follows:

Please go to http://www.sikhlens.com to purchase tickets.

Friday Night Opening Celebration: November 19, 2010

  • General Admission (60% off) - $30.00
  • Student/Youth (school ID required) - $26.00

SAFF Festival Pass - Saturday & Sunday Clusters 1 to 6: November 20-21, 2010

  • General Admission (60% off) - $16.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $14.00

Film Cluster 1 - Focus On Youth: November 20, 2010 at 10:30am

  • General Admission (60% off) - $6.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $5.00

Film Cluster 2 – Creative Sikhs: November 20, 2010 at 1:30pm

  • General Admission (60% off) - $6.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $5.00

Film Cluster 3 – Shorts: November 20, 2010 at 5:30pm

  • General Admission (60% off) - $6.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $5.00

Film Cluster 4 – Feature Film: November 20, 2010 at 8:30pm

  • General Admission (60% off) - $6.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $5.00

Film Cluster 5 – Sikhs Across The World: November 21, 2010 at 10:30am

  • General Admission (60% off) - $6.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $5.00

Film Cluster 6 – Social Issues: November 21, 2010 at 1:30pm

  • General Admission (60% off) - $6.00
  • Youth/Student (school ID required) - $5.00

Please go to http://www.sikhlens.com to purchase tickets.

“The film festival has become synonymous with Sikh heritage and culture in Southern California and across the U.S. Each year the amount of films entered increases and this year marks a record for us as we had an unprecedented number of entries. We are ecstatic with the film selections and grateful to have so many film enthusiasts working to raise awareness and share their views, “said Ravin Kohli, co-chair            

About SikhLens: Art & Film Festival
SikhLens seeks to provide an outlet for sharing Sikh heritage and culture with the rest of the world by creating awareness for work that is “Sikh-centric,” showcasing talent, and instilling pride in the community. The festival seeks work from artists in a variety of fields, including but not limited to movies, books, music, and art. It creates appropriate avenues for this work to be shared with the rest of the world. SikhLens aims to get more exposure for the presenters, and create awareness about the Sikh faith, with the hope to allow for better understanding of Sikh culture and values in a way that is pure and unbiased.

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