Sugar and Spice Festival, Cinema celbrating Women

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City: Bombay
Location: Alliance Française Auditorium
Date: Mon, 2010/04/12 – 7:00pm – Fri, 2010/04/16 – 7:00pm
Category: Film screening

Sugar and Spice Festival, Cinema celebrating Women


Presented by Lumiere movies

A delectable collection of films from around the world celebrating the spirit of women.

2 Days In Paris by Julie Delpy:
Marion, a French photographer and Jack, an American interior designer, are a New York-based couple whose relationship has lost its spark. In an attempt to rekindle their romance they plan a holiday in Europe.

Antonia by Tata Amaral:
On the outskirts of São Paulo, four black girls who have been singing together since they were young, fight to fulfill their dream of making a living from their music.

Caramel by Nadine Labaki
Nadine Labaki’s debut film about women in Lebanon has picked up several prestigious awards and garnered universal acclaim along the way.Set in a beauty salon in Beirut, Caramel, which traces the lives and loves of five women, combines romance and drama in a heart-warming and engaging story.

Mind The Gap by Helena Bergström:
A chance meeting at a police academy in Stockholm marks the beginning of the enjoyable romantic comedy Mind The Gap! Two teenage fall in and out of love in this delightful romantic comedy from popular Swedish actress Helena Bergström.

Read My Lips by Jacques Audiard:
Carla decides to have her revenge on a local don who had threatened Paul, her secretary, for non-payment of a loan. The twist – she’s deaf and he’s an ex-convict – promises an extraordinary heist. Read My Lips was a triple award-winner at the 2002 César Awards.