The Jaffna International Cinema Festival is a non-partisan platform to explore contemporary forms of creative expression in cinema. It’s main aim is to celebrate independent cinema in the peninsula, whilst creating an understanding of other cultures, promote harmony and mutual understanding through cinema.
The Goethe-Institut Sri Lanka is excited to begin a new partnership with the Atelier Kandy by bringing films on different culture related topics to the art & architecture eager audiences in Kandy. This new partnership begins with a screening or architectural documentaries from Germany.
How are thoughts shaped by language ? How does one cultural heritage translate into different languages and social realities ? These questions arose during German, Jaffna-born author and philosopher Senthuran Varatharajah’s first visit to Jaffna in February 2018 in conversation with poets and writers Kirisanth, Yatharthan and Brinthan of the magazine Puthiya Sol.
Modular, interdisziplinär und frei zugänglich - unser Vermittlungsbaukasten schafft Kindern und Jugendlichen von 12 bis 18 Jahren einen praktischen und persönlichen Zugang zu den Grundprinzipien des Bauhauses.
Following an open photography call asking Sri Lankan photographers to submit their best shots on protecting our environment, climate change and motives that move us humans to interact responsibly with our environment...
In order to enable more interested people to access and discuss the TV films of "International Public Television" (INPUT). In 2019 INPUT will travel to Bangkok upon the invitation of Thai PBS, Thailand’s young public broadcaster founded in 2008.