Tuesday , 16 July 2019
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Events

Ciné Club : Cherchez la femme: 04 October 2018 | 6:30pm

Armand, the bookish son of Iranian immigrants who is completely smitten by Leila, an Arab girl from the banlieue enrolled with Armand in Paris’ prestigious Sciences Po University. The two are set to spend a few months in New York interning at the United Nations, but those plans quickly unravel when Leila’s brother, Mahmoud, returns from an extended trip to the Middle East as a full-blown Islamist replete with beard, prayer beads and a desire to quell his sister’s profane Western ways. Read More »

DesignXDesign Expose’ 37: Mrinalini Gupta & Swanzal Kak Kapoor

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

Madou Sidiki Diabatè (Mali) at Auro Kitchen & Bar

Madou Sidiki Diabatè started playing the kora at age three. By the time he was six years old, he was playing his first concert as a representative of the 71st generation of kora players in his family. He learned his art under his father, Sidiki Diabaté, a man generally referred to as the “King of the Kora”. Read More »

Ciné Club : S’en fout la mort: 25 September 2018 | 10am

Natives of Benin and the West Indies, Dah and Jocelyn form a fine team. Dah is convinced that this time, luck smiles on them. They begin working for a restauranteur who organizes clandestine cockfights in the basement of his establishment. Confined all day long in the restaurant's basement, they train their rooster, a future champion named "S'en fout la mort". Read More »

Photography Exhibition: LIVRES EN VIE : 21st Sept 2018 – 1st Oct 2018 | 11am – 8pm

Jean-Marc GODÈS is an artist photographer. His artistic research is entirely dedicated to the promotion of the book through photography. His atypical works are unique internationally. As in the cinema, his theatre productions are real, with furnishings, human and animal actors, costumes, rehearsal, technical assistants... He starts from a project on paper then proceeds to all the stages of the process: constitution of the team, casting, locating the place, creating sets, dressing, make-up, lights, and rehearsals... until the image is taken. Read More »

Ciné Club : 9 mois ferme: 13 September 2018 | 6:30pm

Ariane Felder is pregnant! She is a young judge with strict morals and a hardened single. However, what is surprising is that according to paternity tests, the father of the child is none other than Bob, a criminal prosecuted for an atrocious assault! Ariane, who does not remember anything, tries to understand what could have happened and what awaits her... Read More »

Ciné Club : Jusqu’à la garde: 06 September 2018 | 6:30pm

Miriam and Antoine Besson have divorced, and Miriam is seeking sole custody of their son Julien to protect him from a father she claims is violent. Antoine pleads his case as a scorned dad whose children have been turned against him by their vindictive mother. Unsure who is telling the truth, the appointed judge rules in favor of joint custody. A hostage to the escalating conflict between his parents, Julien is pushed to the edge to prevent the worst from happening. Read More »

Ciné Club : Cherchez la femme: 30 August 2018 | 6:30pm

Armand, the bookish son of Iranian immigrants who is completely smitten by Leila, an Arab girl from the banlieue enrolled with Armand in Paris' prestigious Sciences Po University. The two are set to spend a few months in New York interning at the United Nations, but those plans quickly unravel when Leila's brother, Mahmoud, returns from an extended trip to the Middle East as a full-blown Islamist replete with beard, prayer beads and a desire to quell his sister's profane Western ways. Read More »