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Hannah Arendt

23.08.15, 7:00pm 27.08.15, 4:30pm & 7:00pm Margarethe Von Trotta 2013 – 1h53min – Historical 1961. The German Jewish philosopher, Hannah Arendt, is sent to Jerusalem by the New Yorker to cover the trial of Adolf Eichmann, the man who oversaw the deportation of millions of Jews. The articles that she published, and her theory of the ‘banality of evil’ sets off ... Read More »

Ciné Club

In French, with English subtitles. FREE and open to ALL !! Take a look at the schedule and join us at the Edouard Michelin Auditorium. Passes available on eventjini.com This month, the two movies screened are “Les Interdits” and ”Hannah Arendt” See the details and the trailers below: Les Interdits Director: Anne Weil & Philippe Kotlarski 2013| 1h40min| Historical 1979. ... Read More »

Jazz Concert: Latination

Latination is one of India’s only virtuoso and genuine Latin jazz outfits, a powerful and soulful collaboration between French and Indian specialists of jazz and Latin music. Its repertoire ranges from the festive sounds of salsa and rumba to modern jazz, blending the dance-compelling power of Afro-Latin rhythms with the intellectual streams of dense harmonies and sophisticated melodies, the discreet ... Read More »

AFM Awards Ceremony

Best Student of the year Award Prize: a linguistic stay of 2 weeks in France (Tickets sponsored by Oman Air) Entry free, All are welcome 6 Excellence Awards For the best students in DELF A1, A2, B1: cheques of Rs. 7500 each Share article on Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Read More »

Madras Week: India’s Disappearing Beaches: A Wake up Call

As a part of the Madras Week, the Alliance Française of Madras, INTACH and PondyCAN is screening a Video documentary: ‘India’s Disappearing Beaches – A Wake Up Call’. ‘India’s Disappearing Beaches – A Wake Up Call’ is a non-profit film produced in the public interest by Shekar Dattatri for Pondy Citizens’ Action Network (PondyCAN).In just 15 minutes one can discover why India’s ... Read More »

Sakthi-k-Koothu

A play in Thamizh with music and movement Rohini, Revathy Kumar & Nellai Manikandan Sets: C P Krishnapriya & V P Vasuhan Lights Dr C Raveendran Text, Design & Direction: Prasanna Ramaswamy The play revisits the mahabharatha episode of the disrobing of Panchali. Taking off from the cue from the source text that Panchali is the embodiment of nature itself, ... Read More »

Les Interdits

6.08.15, 4:30pm & 7:00pm 23.08.15, 5:00pm Anne Weil & Philippe Kotlarski 2013| 1h40min| Historical 1979. Carole and Jérôme, both 20 years old, set off on a journey to Odessa, in the USSR. They are cousins, but pretend to be engaged. Tourists by day, at night they meet the refuzniks, Jews who want to go into exile, harassed by the Soviet ... Read More »

Hannah Arendt

23.08.15, 7:00pm 27.08.15, 4:30pm & 7:00pm Margarethe Von Trotta 2013 – 1h53min – Historical 1961. The German Jewish philosopher, Hannah Arendt, is sent to Jerusalem by the New Yorker to cover the trial of Adolf Eichmann, the man who oversaw the deportation of millions of Jews. The articles that she published, and her theory of the ‘banality of evil’ sets off ... Read More »