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Date & Time

Saturday Sat, 20 May 2023



Bangalore International Centre
7, 4th Main Road, Domlur II Stage
Bangalore, Karnataka 560071 India

89 minutes | English & French with English subtitles | Canada | 2021

Acclaimed activist-filmmaker Martin Duckworth has devoted his life to peace and justice. But now he’s put down his camera to fight for the most important cause he’s ever faced—caring for his wife, Audrey Schirmer, through the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

Dear Audrey weaves an intricate portrait of the couple’s gritty yet tender reality and takes us back to their adventures, from the front lines of the anti-Vietnam War protests to the hippie counterculture movement, using excerpts from Martin’s films and Audrey’s stunning photography.

While Audrey gradually fades away—and their autistic daughter, Jacqueline, struggles with her mother’s illness—Martin commits everything he’s got to making their lives creative and meaningful.

The film has been screened at the Montreal International Documentary Festival – RIDM (Quebec), Rising Sun International Film Festival (Japan), Madrid International Film Festival (Spain) and Rome International Film Festival (Rome Georgia, USA) among others. It won the People’s Choice Award, the Grand Prix for Best Documentary Award and the Cercle d’or for Best Feature Documentary.

The Director, Jeremiah Hayes, will join us over Zoom for a post screening discussion.

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Jeremiah Hayes


Jeremiah Hayes is a Canadian Screen Award and Gemini Award winning  director, editor, and writer whose filmmaking is honoured by a  prestigious Peabody Award. He is most noted as co-director, co-writer and the editor of the film Reel Injun, for which he won the Gemini Award for Best Direction in a Documentary Program at the 25th Gemini Awards in 2010. Hayes is also recognized for his work editing Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, for which he won the Canadian Screen Award for Best Editing in a Documentary at the  6th Canadian Screen Awards  in 2018. Reel Injun went on to win a Peabody Award for Best Electronic Media in 2011 and Rumble won the Special Jury Award for Masterful Storytelling at the Sundance Film Festival in 2017. In 2020, Rumble received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Arts & Culture Documentary. In 2021, Reel Injun is featured in the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures core exhibition of the Stories of Cinema.

Sushma Veerappa


Sushma Veerappa has worked in both fiction and non-fiction films in various roles – as Sub-editor of a film quarterly, film educator for school children, assistant director, script writer, editor, producer, director, and as founder-trustee of a film collective screening documentaries in Bangalore city since 2005.