Events

FROM LITERATURE TO FILM @ PRITHVI- La prochaine fois je viserai le coeur/ Next Time I’ll Aim for the Heart

Next Time I’ll Aim for the Heart / La prochaine fois je viserai le coeur by Cédric Anger (111′) In this crime drama based on the real-life hunt for a serial killer in late ’70s France, a mentally disturbed cop goes on a murderous spree targeting women. As the rest of the police department slowly realize that the killer is among them and close in, he begins an affair with a cleaning woman. ♦Trailer♦ In partnership with Prithvi Theatre & Institut Français Read More »

FRENCH CINEMA- La fille du patron / The Boss’s Daughter

La fille du patron / The Boss’s Daughter by Olivier Loustau (98′) Vital is a 40-years old workshop foreman in a textile factory. He falls in love with the daughter of his boss when she chooses him for an ergonomic study, but their relationship attracts the rage and disapproval of everyone. ♦Trailer♦ In partnership with Institut français Read More »

MONSOON PROJECT- FRENCH GAMES EVENING

MONSOON PROJECT- FRENCH GAMES EVENING Join us for our first ever French games evening: discover French card games, board games and video games suitable for all levels and have fun with your friends. Let the games begin! Free event | No registration required Read More »

ANTISOCIAL EVENINGS WITH AFB – Geronimo

Geronimo by Tony Gatlif (107′) In the sultry August heat in the South of France, Geronimo, a young social educator, tries to ease tensions between the youngsters of the St Pierre neighbourhood. The mood changes when Nil Terzi, a teenage girl of Turkish origin, flees an arranged marriage, running to the arms of her gypsy lover, Lucky Molina. ♦Trailer♦ In partnership with AntiSocial & Institut Français Read More »

FRENCH CINEMA – Irréprochable / Irreproachable

Irréprochable / Irreproachable by Sébastien Marnier (103′) Having been fired from her job as a real estate agent, 40 years old Constance faces severe penury. With no other option left, she decides to call her former boss. To her surprise, he tells her that he is actually hiring. She is convinced she will get the job. She does not : it is Audrey, a younger and prettier woman, who is hired instead. This is too much for Constance to take… ♦Trailer♦ In partnership with Institut Français Read More »

MUMBAI ART ROOM – THE “INTERSPECIES TOKEN GAME” SEMINAR

MUMBAI ART ROOM – THE “INTERSPECIES TOKEN GAME” SEMINAR Developed by the Economic Space Agency, in collaboration with the SenseLab, it is an experiment in bringing artistic practices to the space of finance, engineering of new economic spaces, and thus, asking the question, “What would a currency based on equity, rather than debt, look like?” The day-long seminar will be conducted by Erik Bordeleau of the Economic Space Agency, Skye Boughsty-Marshall, and Laura Lotti. It will provide participating collectives and organizations the tools to ... Read More »

FRENCH CINEMA- Maestro

Maestro by Léa Fazer (85′) Henry, a young actor, finds himself cast in a movie by the legendary independent filmmaker Cédric Rovère. Even though the conditions during the shoot aren’t quite what Henri expected, he is won over by the charms of his on-screen partner and the generosity of the master filmmaker, and emerges transformed by the experience. ♦Trailer in French♦   In parnership with Institut Français Read More »

AF @ DR BHAU DAJI LAD MUSEUM- Painters from the Renaissance part 1

La Dame à la Licorne – Tapestry (30′) Titien -The pastoral Concert (30′) Vinci – The Virgin, the child Jesus and Saint Anne (30′) Following the painters of Antiquity, let’s discover art from the Renaissance with these three documentaries by Alain Jaubert.   In partnership with Dr Bhau Daji lad Museum Read More »

FRENCH CINEMA- Qui vive / Insecure

Qui vive / Insecure by Marianne Tardieu (83′) Cherif hates his day job as a security guard in the mall. He is trying to get a nursing degree without success. He likes Jenny, a girl he met on the bus. His life is complicated by a group of teenagers who harass him daily. ♦Trailer♦       In partnership with Institut Français Read More »