Director Rohit Padaki enjoyed a large screen experience of The Irishman from his Netflix account at TERIFLIX, with his private audience. Listen to him share why he preferred watching the film at TERIFLIX rather than on his phone or TV.
“BOSTON” is the first feature-length documentary film about the world’s most legendary running race – the Boston Marathon. The film chronicles the story of the iconic race from its humble origins 120 years ago, starting with only 15 runners, to the present day. The Boston Athletic Association granted exclusive documentary rights to BOSTON producers as well as use of the Association’s extensive archive of video, photos and memorabilia. The film showcases many of the most important moments in the history of the oldest annually contested marathon in the world. Evolving from a working man’s challenge to welcoming foreign athletes and, eventually, women, Boston is the stage for many firsts paving the way for the modern marathon and mass participatory sports.
BOSTON immerses the viewer into the world of the marathon – the only sport in which an everyday athlete can participate alongside the best in the world – to experience the preparation, competition and camaraderie of the runners and the loyal dedication and support of the spectators. Recounting the history of Boston champions such as Johnny Kelley – who ran the marathon through eight decades; and Stylianos Kyriakides – who won in 1946 to raise money for food, supplies and other relief for his home nation, Greece; and following modern athletes such as Olympic medalist Shalane Flanagan, BOSTON connects the history of the marathon and its runners with the 2014 race in an inspiring telling of heroism, friendship, dedication, and bravery.
Following the tragic events of 2013, BOSTON records the preparations and eventual running of the 118th Boston Marathon one year later when runners and the community gather once again in support of one another for what would be the most meaningful race of all. Runners and spectators join together, “Boston Strong,” to overcome the fear of the terrible, exhibiting the best of the human spirit. Accompanied by Jeff Beal’s original score and narrated by Boston native Matt Damon, BOSTON imparts an emotional journey into the wondrous kaleidoscope of the marathon, a microcosm of the ability of humans of all ages, genders and races to be unified by a single event.
A truth-speaking cow encounters a hungry tiger that has been displaced by mindless destruction of the forest. An impending drought awaits their village. The film is an adaptation of a folk song in Karnataka. Punyakoti is India’s first crowd funded Sanskrit Animation movie. Watch the film for its freshness, its use of Sanskrit language, Ilaiyaraaja’s music and extraordinary voice-overs from Revathi & Roger Narayan.
15 people bought passes and became among the first to watch Director P. Sheshadri’s Mookajjiya KanasugaLu, a film that is adapted from a novel by the same name written by Gnanapeeta Award-winning author Dr. Shivaram Karanth.
Not only did they get to watch the film, but they also got a chance to spend quality time with the director himself.
A simple yet an intense high school drama set in the 1990’s of Bangalore, story of a 16 year old girl and her struggles with understanding herself and the ever-changing world around, her journey from a world that she thinks exists just like in the movies she saw (like any other Indian girl of 90’s) to the actual world that unravels to her. A relatable pressure of education, childhood traumas, bullying, competition over marks and love interests, all of this wrapped in a transcending journey of first love.
Director Pradeep Varma gives a peek into his father, Dr. B K S Varma’s artwork and talks about how much influence his father has had on his life as a storyteller. He gives a peek into his writing room, his journey of #Urvi and some brief tidbits about his upcoming film #Fallen.
22 people enjoyed the laugh riot at Director Suneel R’s #SocialScreening of #PutaTirugisiNodi. What a fun movie and evening it was. It was not just about watching the film, it was also about asking questions, listening to personal stories of the Directory and his cast, sharing jokes and incidents from life and more.
Ram Manjjonaath Launched Ulidavaru Kandante Social Screening at TERIFLIX. 18 people joined him and enjoyed the film and the company of each other.
You can now pick any film from our library and launch a screening at a date and time of your choice.