Drishya along with Culture Monks and Alliance française du Bengale commemorates legendary filmmaker Ritwik Ghatak (4th Nov 1925- 6th Feb 1976) in the month of his demise through a talk session-cum-screening program.
In memory of the victims of the holocaust on January 27, 2020, we will be organizing a talk by Mrs. Joe Cohen on the Impact of Holocaust followed by the screening of the film - The Testament by Amichai Greenberg at Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute (Main Auditorium) from 6 pm onwards.
Culture Monks is delighted to invite you along with The Embassy of Switzerland in India, the Italian Cultural Institute New Delhi & Satyajit Ray Film & Television Institute to Cinema from the Italian-speaking world a festival of films from the Italian speaking part of Switzerland to celebrate the Italian Language Week 2020.
"Igor and the Cranes’ Journey is a lovely fable that will appeal to cinema lovers of all ages. In the aftermath of his parents’ divorce, 11-year-old Igor relishes visits with his father, an ornithologist in the Russian countryside. When his mother announces they are moving to Israel to start a new life, Igor’s world is turned upside-down. Struggling to adjust to his new Israeli school, he finds solace in tracking the migration of a flock of cranes from Eastern Europe to Africa. In this feature debut, young Israeli-Russian filmmaker Evgeny Ruman proves himself dexterous at mixing light humour with a truly heartwarming story."
All are cordially invited to what promises to be an invigorating evening of a book launch , lecture by Sanjoy Mukhopadhyay and film screening .
Sami Shalom Chetrit: A life of reflection and action, literary production for social change An interview conducted by Abhijit Ganguly. First published on his blog called https://kolkatakonnector.blogspot.com. Prof. Sami Shalom Chetrit is a teacher, poet, writer and filmmaker. He was born in Morocco, raised in Israel and have lived there since. He also lived in … Continue reading sami shalom chetrit: a life of reflection and action, literary production for social change
Culture Monks presents a weekend course in Film Making for age groups 8 - 15 years.