Saturday 8th August, 2015 at 12:00 PM at the Living Arts Centre Rogers Cinema. This is a free event. However, tickets have to be reserved. Priority will be given to MISAFF15 Festival Pass holders.

Special guest appearance and intimate chat hosted by Mohit Rajhans with Canadian actor Gabe Grey (upcoming film Beeba Boys), Indian actor Vipin Sharma (Gaur Hari Daastaan, Taray Zameen Par, Dhanak) and Pakistani-American filmmaker Afia Nathaniel (Dukhtar). This conversation will focus on making it as an actor in the Canadian and Indian film industry and discuss actor/director relationships. 


Fleeing with her ten-year-old daughter after the girl is promised in marriage as part of a peace treaty, the wife of a tribal chieftain is pursued through the mountains by both her husband and the intended groom’s henchmen.



Gour Hari Das spent the best years of his teenage life fighting as Gandhi's trusted "monkey man" to free India from the British. Little did he realise that the fight against the Indian government would be tougher, as he embarks on a journey to fight for identity and a freedom fighter's citation.

Mohit Rajhans

Mohit Rajhans

Mohit Rajhans has over a decade of multi platform, broadcast and radio work to his credit. He currently works as the Director of Programming at Cineplex Digital Networks after recently moving on from producing at Breakfast Television on CityTV for 8 years. Mohit is also featured on this seasons CBC show Short Film Face Off airing in the Fall.   Mohit was also recently seen as the co-host of the IIFA Green Carpet and moderator at last years Toronto Film Festival. 

Mohit works both behind and in front of the camera and his experience ranges from work with The Director's Guild, CBC National Radio, Tech-TV and CityNews.  Catch up with him on Twitter @mohitsmovies.