Monday , 10 December 2018
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Events

Ciné-Club: L’assassin habite au 21 – 17th Dec, 2015

Initial release: July 8, 1942 :: Director: Henri-Georges Clouzot Running time: 1h23min :: French with English subtitles Free Entry. Open to all Plot: Dapper Inspector Vorobechik (‘Wens’ for short) is assigned the case of a serial killer who leaves a calling card on his victims; Monsieur Durand. Wens’ mistress, struggling actress Mila Malou, determines to get publicity for herself by helping him. ... Read More »

Ciné-Club: La Grande Illusion – 10th Dec, 2015

Initial release: June 8, 1937 :: Director: Jean Renoir Running time: 1h54min :: French with English subtitles Free Entry. Open to all Plot: During the First World War, two French soldiers are captured and imprisoned in a German P.O.W. camp. Several escape attempts follow until they are sent to a seemingly impenetrable fortress which seems impossible to escape from. Première Guerre mondiale. ... Read More »

Exhibition: Inner Terrains | 4th to 9th December, 2015

‘Inner Terrains’ shows a body of work created over the last four years, drawings in ink and mixed media on paper using Japanese brush-pens, fine artist pens and pastel. They are greatly inspired by the organic and evocative patterns in nature – entangled roots and branches, sea, sand and cliffs. Some works draw from memories of childhood and emotional experiences like birth and death. The visual ... Read More »

Ciné-Club: Un drôle de paroissien – 2nd Dec, 2015

Initial release: August 28, 1963 :: Director: Jean-Pierre Mocky Running time: 1h 32min :: French with english subtitles Free Entry. Open to all Plot: Georges, fils d’une famille aristocratique et catholique ruinee, croit recevoir un jour une revelation divine: pour subvenir aux besoins des siens, il va piller les troncs des eglises. Georges Lachaunaye is a young member of an empoverished family ... Read More »

Exhibition: Not my life: Artists respond

Our objective is to use artwork to raise awareness about global human trafficking, particularly of children. Our approach is inspired by the documentary Not My Life, the first film to depict the cruel and dehumanizing practices of human trafficking and modern slavery on a global scale. In line with the vision of Worldwide Documentaries president Robert Bilheimer, Not My Life ... Read More »

Design X Design : Exposé

Design in its many manifestations forms an integral part of every culture. Civilizations evolve and attain their full potential because of it. Design based on creative industries in India are witness to a fascinating churning, necessitating a search for a vision that may inform their evolution beyond – spanning education, profession and industry. Thus, involving exposes, roundtables, exhibitions etc. Design ... Read More »

Ciné-Club: Solutions locales pour un désordre global – 19th Nov, 2015

Initial release: April 7, 2010 : Director: Coline Serreau Running time: 1h53min : French with English subtitles Free Entry. Open to all “The films of alerts and doomsayers were shot, they had their uses, but now we must show that there are solutions, to hear the thoughts of the peasants, philosophers and economists, explaining why our model company is mired in the ... Read More »

Ciné-Club: Syndrome Du Titanic – 5th Nov, 2015

Initial release: October 7, 2009 :: Director: Nicolas Hulot – Jean-Albert Lièvre Running time: 1h 33min : French without subtitles  Free Entry. Open to all  Consumerist excesses in Tokyo at the most extreme poverty in Nigeria or China, a kaleidoscope of gorgeous images on the man and his excesses questions our development model and advanced the absurdities of our society. After An ... Read More »

MonuLight by Marko 93

Marko traces his first lines on the walls of the city he grew up in, Saint Denis. Late 1980s, when the Hip Hop movement emerges and anchors rapidly in the outskirts of major cities: Marko adopts graffiti as a means of expression. This was the era of the walls of cities, vague spaces, railway tracks where he places his paintings, sprays, and delivers slices of life in this suburb that he lives in. Read More »

Exhibition: Behind the Veil

  Nazes Afroz’s images, taken between 2001 and 2014, portray an Afghanistan, which is little known outside. They show how the Afghans carry on with their daily lives like any people from other parts of the world despite living with continued insecurity. Nazes Afroz has worked as a journalist for more than 34 years covering news, features and current affairs spanning ... Read More »