Photo courtesy of iffk.in [http://www.iffk.in/idsffk/images/longdocumentary/To-Let.jpg]

Urbanization. Gentrification. Tenant rights are at the center of these key issues which affect all growing and dynamic cities. Leasees typically have the smallest voice as a city grows and there is money to be made from landowners and developers. A forced transient lifestyle ensues, and whole communities are formed around this necessity to "pick up" every year and find a new place to hang their hat. It's a problem seen in the U.S. and Austin, but elsewhere across the globe. Delhi, India is experiencing the same issues, and viewers can get a glimpse into these urban nomads as told through the songs and designs of a community of artists.

Come Sunday, February 16 to help support a filmmaker adding his voice to the burgeoning revolution of Indian independent cinema. Immediately following the 60-minute film there will be a live Skype Q&A session with the director and the evening will conclude with a group discussion about the role class, and other forms of discrimination, play in keeping tenant voices away from the limelight.

WHEN

WHERE

The Hideout Theatre
617 Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701
http://to-let.brownpapertickets.com/

TICKET INFO

Tickets: $10
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