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TSAFF 2018 RECAP 
Another successful festival comes to a close! 
 
TSAFF 2018 was AMAZING! We saw 4500 attendees over eleven days and presented sixty-four films and panel discussions.  Twenty four filmmakers attended and audiences had a chance to interact with them during Q and A sessions bursting with interesting discussions and ideas. 
A huge THANK YOU to all of our attendees, filmmakers, and supporters. TSAFF would not be possible without you! 

In this newsletter you'll find some exciting awards announcements, and a collection of festival photos by SnapShots Photography. Their candid photos capture the community and conversation at the core of Tasveer's mission. 
Archana Soy Audience Awards 
We are so excited to announce  one winner each for Best Feature Narrative and Best Short Film, and two winners for Best Feature Documentary. Thank you to the Soy family for making these awards possible! 

Archana Soy Tasveer Audience Award: Best Feature Narrative
CAKE
 
Directed by Asim Abbasi

Archana Soy Tasveer Audience Award: Best Feature Documentary
Two films won the Best Feature Documentary award

AFGHAN CYCLES 
Directed by Sarah Menzies 

&

SALAM: THE FIRST ***** NOBEL LAUREATE
Directed by Anand Kamalakar; Produced by Omar Vandal & Zakir Thaver 

Archana Soy Tasveer Audience Award: Best Short Film

ZAHIDA
Directed by Seemab Gul

Photo Album 
Here is a sampling of photographs from TSAFF 2018. Click here for even more snaps. 

Thank you to SanpShots Photography for being our official festival photographer! 
More Photos
Upcoming Community Events 
Keep your eye out for these artful community events! 
Visual Art forms of India
Presented by Friends of Asian Art Association 
Sunday, October 14th 
Phinney Center 
1:00 - 3:00 PM 

From Thanjavur paintings in the south to Madhubani paintings in the North, and Kalighat paintings to the east, India has a plethora of rich and colorful art forms from its many regions. Each region and community uses local materials to depict ancient mythology, epic histories, philosophical ideas and every day life experiences. In this special, one afternoon-only exhibition and talk, local artists will showcase the history, culture and ideas of India as they are revealed through unique regional styles of fine art. 
 
More Info
Peacock In the Desert 
Presented by The Seattle Art Museum 
Thursday, October 18th 
Seattle Art Museum 
5 PM - 9 PM 

The whole family is invited to this Community Opening Celebration of Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India. 

The event features  bazaar with local artists, makers and organizations as well as music by DJ ROX and performances by fusion Bharatanatyam dance group Jhimiki and Maatal. 

Attendance is free and open to the public. 
More Info
TSAFF 2018 Sponsors:
SILVER

      

     
  
BRONZE

         
          
 
BUSINESS 

   
   
 
MEDIA

          
        
 
INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Shahina & Ali Piyarali
Ashish Shah
Uzma Khan 
Copyright © 2018 Tasveer, All rights reserved. 

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1515 12th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122






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