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The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly. Two decades later, in 2001, the General Assembly unanimously voted to designate the Day as a period of non-violence and cease-fire.

On the occasion of ‘International Day of Peace’ on 21st September 2020, CFSI’s film TORA ‘Best Children’s Film’ awarded in 51st National Film Award was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘Tora’.

1. Govt. Children’s Home Boys, Varanasi, U.P.

2. SoS Children’s Village, Varanasi, U.P.

3. Prarambh Foundation, Jaipur, Rajasthan.

4. SROUT, Korba, Chhattisgarh

5. CCI Shri Anant Anath Ashram, (Boys) Nathana, Bathinda, Punjab.

6. Government Children Home for Boys, Bathinda, Punjab.

7. Navjeen Children’s Home Society, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh

8. Rays Aasha ki Ek Kiran Jaipur, Rajasthan

9. Jeevodya Society, Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh.

10. SoS Children’s Village, Thrissur, Kerala

11. SoS Children’s Village, Cochin, Kerala.

12. Observation Home, Motihari, Bihar.

13. Ashraya Foundation for HIV infected Girls, Belgaum, Karnataka

Synopsis of film TORA –

In the remote countryside of Assam and surrounded by hills, two families live a little outside the village in harmony with each other. Seven year old Tora, who studies in the village school and loves nature, belongs to one of the families and lives with her parents. Their neighbours also have three members. The peace of the two families is shattered when a conflict erupts over a piece of land and blows out of proportion. Where every attempt at resolution has failed, would Tora’s innocence be able to put an end to the dispute?

Grandparents are the family’s greatest treasure, the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest storytellers, and the keepers of tradition. Grandparents keep family close at heart through their special love and care.

To honour and express gratitude towards constant love, care, and support on Grandparents Day on 13th Sept, CFSI films NANI MAA and AMULYAM were screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘Nani Maa and Amulyam’.

  1. Govt.Home Boy’s Kalyanpur Kanpur Nagar, U.P.
  2. State of Core Home & Sahyog Holiday Home, Amritsar, Punjab
  3. Bal Grih Shishu (Asian Sahyog Sanstha India) Varanasi, U.P.
  4. Anvita Specialized Girl Child Home, Varanasi, U.P.
  5. Bal Vihar Children Home Delhi.
  6. PASS Manovikas, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. (A home for “Intellectually Disabled” children).
  7. Save our Soul Children’s Village, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh

To mark the important event ‘Birth of Satyagraha’ on 11th Sept 1906, a non-violent resistance movement by Mahatma Gandhiji. Special shows were conducted of CFSI films based on Mahatma Gandhiji – BAPU NE KAHA THA and ABHI KAL HI KI BAAT HAI, for children at the following NGOs/Organizations,while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of covid19.

1. Observation Home, Motihari, Bihar.

2. Save our Soul Children’s Village, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

The 8th of September was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO in 1966 to remind the international community of the importance of literacy for individuals, communities and societies, and the need for intensified efforts towards more literate societies.

On the occasion of International Literacy Day 2020, CFSI film

KABHI PASS KABHI FAIL which is bestowed with ‘Best Children’s Film’ during ‘National Film Award’ – 1999 was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘Kabhi Pass Kabhi Fail’.

1. Anvita Specialized Girl Child Home Varanasi, U.P.

2. Shelter Don Bosco, Mumbai, Maharashtra

3. Arya Anathalaya, Delhi.

4.Haripur Dr. Ambedkar Janaseba Mission, District Murshidabad, West Bengal

Synopsis of film KABHI PASS KABHI FAIL –

Eight year old Robin has an extraordinary way with numbers. He uses his gift for calculation to help his village folks. His happy world is shattered when his uncle Joe and aunt Sheila, a sly couple aware of his mathematical genius, convince his innocent parents to send him to town for better education. The couple exploit him with live, ticketed shows where Robin solves complex mathematical problems. Despite his fame, Robin longs to go back to the simple life of his village.

On the occasion of commemoration of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhiji and in remembrance of 2nd Round Table Conference on 7th Sept 1931 attended by Mahatma Gandhiji to discuss constitutional reforms in India. Special shows were conducted of CFSI film based on Mahatma Gandhiji – ABHI KAL HI KI BAAT HAI – Hindi / 42 minutes for children at the following NGOs, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of covid19.

1. Bal Vihar Children Home Delhi

2. Srout, District Korba, Chattisgarh.

3. Hope Home Charitable Trust (Girls Home) Varanasi, U.P.

Synopsis:

Mahatma Gandhi is the father of the nation. His principles of justice, truth and non-violence left a lasting impression on the world. This film aims to inspire kids towards these principles by depicting the life of Gandhi through photographs and exquisite dolls.

Teachers’ Day in India is celebrated on 5 September every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – First Vice President of India and the Second President of India and an educationist at heart. While globally, Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th October; in India, we celebrate it on 5th September from 1962 onwards.

On the occasion of ‘Teacher’s Day’ on 5th September, CFSI  film MASTERJI a story based on expertise of teacher at guiding the kids in the right direction was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘Masterji’.

1.    Fulkumari Bapuji Club, Dhubri, Assam.

2.    Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Dibrugarh, Assam

Synopsis of film MASTERJI –

Three orphaned children get drawn to a retired school teacher due to his love and affection towards them. Inspired by him, they try to turn their lives around and make a living by selling toys while Masterji educates them. In a competition the work of the three children is seen and honoured for being the most skilled. Masterji’s skill at guiding the kids in the right direction is also recognized and he is asked to teach in his old school again.

Teachers’ Day in India is celebrated on 5 September every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – First Vice President of India and the Second President of India and an educationist at heart. While globally, Teachers’ Day is celebrated on 5th October; in India, we celebrate it on 5th September from 1962 onwards.

On the occasion of ‘Teacher’s Day’ on 5th September, CFSI  film MASTERJI a story based on expertise of teacher at guiding the kids in the right direction was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘Masterji’.

1.    Govt.Home Boy’s Kalyanpur Kanpur Nagar, UP

2.    Fulkumari Bapuji Club, Dhubri, Assam.

3.    Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Dibrugarh, Assam   

4.    Anvita Specialized Girl Child Home Varanasi, U.P.

5.    Hope Home Charitable Trust (Girls Home) Varanasi, U.P.

6.    Shanti Niketan Balika Grih Varanasi, U.P

7.    Navjeevan Children’s Home, District Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh

8.    Narayanchandra Trust, Palghar District, Maharashtra.

9.    Bal Grih Shishu (Asian Sahyog Sanstha India), Varanasi, U.P.

10. Jalpaiguri Mahila Kalyan Sangha, West Bengal

11. Jeevodaya Society, Itarsi, Madhya Pradesh

12. Snehachhaya CCI, Purba Medinipur, West Bengal.

Synopsis of film MASTERJI –

Three orphaned children get drawn to a retired school teacher due to his love and affection towards them. Inspired by him, they try to turn their lives around and make a living by selling toys while Masterji educates them. In a competition the work of the three children is seen and honoured for being the most skilled. Masterji’s skill at guiding the kids in the right direction is also recognized and he is asked to teach in his old school again.

Every year on August 29, India celebrates National Sports Day. The day is celebrated to honour the legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand Singh. The day is observed to spread awareness on the importance of sports and daily activities in everyone’s life.

To commemorate the Birth Anniversary of legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand Singh on ‘National Sports Day’ on 29th August 2020, CFSI conducted screening of the film THE GOAL starring the versatile actor late Irrfan Khan, 85 Minutes Hindi feature film produced in the year 1999 and directed by Gul Bahar Singh.

THE GOAL which is bestowed with ‘Best Children’s Film’ during ‘National Film Award’ – 2000 was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Duliajan, Assam, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘The Goal’.

Synopsis of film THE GOAL –

An ace soccer coach Anupam finds great talent in the shabby Manu and gives him a chance to play in his team. Manu returns this confidence by working hard and proving his talent for the game. When Coach Anupam decides to put him in the final team, the other team members resist as Manu belongs to a lower caste and his father is in prison for theft. Not wanting to let such a talent die, Anupam puts Manu in a competitive soccer team. Will Manu be able to prove his worth? Can talent overcome social prejudice and caste differences?

Every year on August 29, India celebrates National Sports Day. The day is celebrated to honour the legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand Singh. The day is observed to spread awareness on the importance of sports and daily activities in everyone’s life.

To commemorate Birth Anniversary of legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand Singh on ‘National Sports Day’ on 29th August 2020, CFSI conducted screening of film THE GOAL starring the versatile actor late Irrfan Khan, 85 Minutes Hindi feature film produced in the year 1999 and directed by Gul Bahar Singh.

THE GOAL which is bestowed with ‘Best Children’s Film’ during ‘National Film Award’ – 2000 was screened at multiple locations for the infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

Animation song ‘Vaishnav Jan To’ based on Mahatma Gandhiji and CFSI film ‘The Story of Kachrapur’ made by Little Director on ‘Cleanliness’ were also screened before screening of film ‘The Goal’.

  1. Anvita Specialized Girl Child Home, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  2. Mrinaljyoti Rehabilitation Centre, Duliajan, Assam.
  3. Madarsa Ashrafia Yateemkhana, District Durg, Chhattisgarh.
  4. Hope Home Charitable Trust Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  5. Bal Grih Shishu, (Asian Sahyogi Sanstha India), Uttar Pradesh.
  6. The Shelter Progetto India, Gurugram, Haryana.
  7. Shanti Niketan Balika Grih, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.
  8. Samarpan Home for Boys, Taimoor Nagar, New Delhi
  9. Samarpan Home for Girls, Taimoor Nagar, New Delhi
  10. Happy Home Boys, New Delhi.
  11. Chattisgarh Rajya Bal Kalyan Parishad, Raipur.
  12. Arya Anthalaya, Delhi.
  13. SoS Children’s Village, Vizag.
  14. SoS Children’s Village, Bengaluru, Karnataka
  15. SoS Children’s Village, Hyderabad.

Synopsis of film THE GOAL –

An ace soccer coach Anupam finds great talent in the shabby Manu and gives him a chance to play in his team. Manu returns this confidence by working hard and proving his talent for the game. When Coach Anupam decides to put him in the final team, the other team members resist as Manu belongs to a lower caste and his father is in prison for theft. Not wanting to let such a talent die, Anupam puts Manu in a competitive soccer team. Will Manu be able to prove his worth? Can talent overcome social prejudice and caste differences?

CFSI, Chennai organised multiple screenings of CFSI’s ‘Kima’s Lode’ dubbed in Tamil and Telugu language directed by Zuala Chhangte, for children at the following NGOs during the month of August 2020, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

1. Save our Soul Children’s Village, Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh

2. Voice Trust, District Trichy, Tamil Nadu

3. CHILD, Children’s Home, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

4. Sivananda Saraswathi Sevashram, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

5. Helping Hearts, Erode, Tamil Nadu

6. New Hope and Life Children’s Home, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.

7. Paramarikkum Karangal Illam in Namakkal District, Tamil Nadu

8. Families for Children (Boys & Girls), Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu.

9. Peace Children Care Home, Dharmapuri, Tamil Nadu

Synopsis:

The remote border town of “Chhimtui,” in northeast India, is shaken up as twelve -year old boy “Kima” goes missing. His widowed mother fears the worst. Kima suddenly returns but refuses to tell where he has been. He makes a secret plan with his best buddies “Rova” and “Dawnga” to go back to the forest. On the fateful day, the boys share a ride with an old man who tells them of a strange tale.

Women’s Equality Day is observed every year on August 26 to celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment in the United States of America that provides voting rights to the women. This amendment was first introduced in 1878. Later, the US Congress designated August 26 as Women’s Equality Day.

Now, it has become an international celebration and women across the world celebrate this day as an equality day.  In India, various institutions organises debates, competitions, get-together etc. to celebrate this day. This day calls attention to women’s continuing efforts toward full equality.

On the occasion of Women’s Equality Day on 26th August, 2020, CFSI film CHOO LENGE AKASHwas screened for infotainment of children at the following NGOs/Organisations, while taking all necessary steps to prevent the spread of Covid19.

  1. Government Children’s Home, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
  2. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, District Surguja, Chhattisgarh.
  3. Manav Sansadhan Sanskriti Vikas Parishad, District Korea, Chhattisgarh.
  4. Rays-Aasha Ki Ek Kiran, Jaipur, Rajasthan
  5. Shanti Niketan Balika Grih Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  6. Anvita  Specialized Girl Child Home, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  7. Nirmal Shishu Bhavan, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh
  8. Sushil Balak Grih, District Janjgir Champa, Chhattisgarh.
  9. Srout, Korba District, Chhattisgarh
  10. Sumati Samudaik Vikas Sanstha. Korba District, Chhattisgarh.
  11. Unnayak Sewa Samiti, District Raigarh, Chhattisgarh

Synopsis:

Sonu, a hardworking student, is a leader among her circle of friends despite her handicap caused by a polio attack. She meets a wise, old nomadic shepherd who instills in her mind the idea that every mountain is meant to be crossed. Hence, despite her handicap, she harbours a secret longing to climb a mountain. Once when the villagers accuse Gagan, the village prankster who is always at odds with Sonu, she proves his innocence. Moved by this act, Gagan asks what he can do to repay her. Sonu tells him of her secret desire and Gagan promises to help. But does Sonu have it in her to cross the mountain of her own disability?