Events

Paris selon moi | Virtual Photography Exhibition | Reuben Attia

My name is Reuben Attia, born in Paris in 1995 and still based there today. As a journalism student, my passion for writing goes hand in hand with my devotion to photography. Always with my phone up to the sky, I try to decipher Paris and transmit my perception of its atmosphere. A city where pressure compels some people to ... Read More »

CinéClub | La Folie des Grandeurs (Delusions of Grandeur)

Don Salluste, a petty tyrant in his own home and minister of the King of Spain, falls from grace. Wanting revenge, he tries to compromize the Queen with his valet Blaze, introduced as his cousin. But poor Blaze gets stuck with a rather repulsive duenna, who is madly in love with him and very keen on getting her way. This ... Read More »

CONCERT | Sibérie m’était contéee | Manu CHAO live in Ahmedabad

Manu Chao is a famous singer of French and Spanish (Basque, Galician) origin. Chao is a sensation who manages to sing his infectious tunes in no less than seven languages. For those playing at home: the list goes French, Spanish, English, Italian, Galician, Arabic and Portuguese. From his early work with the English- influenced rockabilly group Hot Pants to his breakthrough ... Read More »

CineClub | Le Poulain

Arnaud, a 25-year-old man, enters the campaign team of a candidate for the French presidential election as assistant to the Director of communication. While discovering the techniques, intricacies and rivalries of the electoral campaign, he will feel fascination for this world, as well as for its attractive director, Agnès. (The film will be screened with English subtitles) Open & free ... Read More »

Painting Exhibition by Akash Birthare (Rajpurohit)

Pt. Akash Birthare (RAJPUROHIT) was born on 15 april 1991 in Indore city (MP) in an esteemed brahmin family. His father nitya. Leeta. (late) Shri Satish Birthare (RAJPUROHIT) was a renowned purohit and scholar, his mother Smt. Renuka (bahuji) is a housewife. Since childhood Akash was very fond of drawing and colours but his family members were against this. After ... Read More »

La Nuit des Idées 2020 | Café Philo (IN FRENCH)

The Nuit des Idées – Night of Ideas – celebrates the movement of ideas between countries and cultures, disciplines and generations. Every year it is an opportunity to discover the latest knowledge, listen to those who are driving ideas in every field and discuss the key issues of our times. Institut Français en Inde with Alliance Française d’Ahmedabad presents “Nuit et ... Read More »

Violin Nomads | Fusion Concert

The Violin Nomads: The group was born of the encounter between Rupam Ghosh, Indian violinist and Antoine Marhem, French violinist oriented towards Eastern European Music. The duo was later joined by the vibraphonist, Eric Navet then the percussionist, Antoine Morineau. The product of this quartet is a mixed music , mixture between India and Europe, sometimes meditative sometimes more tonic, ... Read More »

CinéClub | Edmond

December 1897, Paris. Edmond Rostand is not yet thirty but already two children and a lot of anxieties. He has not written anything for two years. In desperation, he offers the great Constant Coquelin a new play, a heroic comedy, in verse, for the holidays. Only concern: it is not written yet. Ignoring the whims of actresses, the demands of ... Read More »

CinéClub | Edmond

December 1897, Paris. Edmond Rostand is not yet thirty but already two children and a lot of anxieties. He has not written anything for two years. In desperation, he offers the great Constant Coquelin a new play, a heroic comedy, in verse, for the holidays. Only concern: it is not written yet. Ignoring the whims of actresses, the demands of ... Read More »

Kalam/Terre

KALAM/TERRE (earth) is a contemporary piece inspired by a ritual from Kerala (South India), Kalam Ezhuttu (space drawing).   In this ephemeral invocation to the unfolding of time and space, KALAM/ TERRE presents the phases of the piece, from its origin to its disappearance, that is from the elaboration of the drawing to the bodies of the dancers erasing it. ... Read More »