New Delhi: until 23 December 2018
Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi invites schools and institutions across the city to partner with it in hosting an International Science Film Festival on campus. The Festival brings science to the screen. Taking place in 23 countries and reaching over a million viewers, it is the largest event of its kind worldwide.
Mumbai: till 30 November 2018
The ifa exhibition introduces audiences to one of Germany’s preeminent video artists; the monographic show includes key video works and works on paper from the past three decades.
Our first Klassikcast went online a year ago, in November 2017. Month for month we have been showcasing artists, their music and their stories. It’s been an eventful year covering the opening of Hamburg’s Elbphilharmonie, the Bayreuth Festival, up-and-coming talents and established stars, as well as a number of jubilees and premieres. And now we’re celebrating our own first anniversary!
The Rohingya are “the Worlds’ Most Persecuted Minority,” according to the U.N. Till date an estimated 140,000 Rohingyas have been displaced from Myanmar. Different factors have brought close to 36,000 Rohingyas Muslims to India. We are telling stories of Rohingya women who continue to survive the complexities of the sectarian divide in South Asia.
Who are they and how do they live? The advertising and media world has discovered a new target group: Generation Z, fully digitalized since birth, is coming of age. But on screen they are (still) representing the lives of Millennials.