Habitat World Online Culture Calendar

Sunday evening saw the curtain come down on the first big physical event at IHC since the reopening after the pandemic restrictions were lifted. The 3rd edition of the Habitat International Film Festival closed with Pedro Almodóvar’s Parallel Mothers to a packed Stein Auditorium .Ten days, 75 screenings, 27 international, critically acclaimed and award winning features, 10 documentary films, 16 short films , 5 student films from Poland, 5 Malayalam films as part of the retrospective Origins of the Malayalam New Wave, 12 contemporary Indian films in 11 regional languages and 12 interactions with film directors and the participation of 15 countries!

Thank you for braving the scorching Delhi weather and coming to the screenings. Also, thank you for appreciating and following the online booking and digital registration entry procedures. All IHC programmes that require prior booking will henceforth follow the same system.

For those of you who have been missing the recitals and performances we have rich fare in the offing.

Geeta Chandran performs new works, reflecting her internal dance journey through the pandemic in In Search Of Infinity (21st). Nicholas Hoffland is back this month with An Evening Of Beautiful Concertos (20th). Renowned poet, essayist and cultural theorist Ashok Vajpeyi, delivers the 2nd Mujeeb Rizvi Memorial Lecture on Gandhi ki Maujoodgi/The Presence of Gandhi (24th).

As part of our online calendar, Art Historian, Filmmaker & Photographer Benoy K Behl delivers an illustrated talk on Birth of Deities in Indian Art , for this month's Glimpses of Culture. Vaishnavi Kambadur and Arshad Hakim, curators from MAP walk us through K G Subramanyan's art and writings, in collaboration with Asia Art Archive in India (AAAI).

 

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