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Weekend film fiesta lights up Bangalore University's language ...

The International Film Festival, organised by the Centre for Global Languages, Bangalore University, to celebrate its annual language fair, attracted many movie buffs and foreign language students. Kannada movie 'U-Turn' was also screened along with Korean, ... Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago

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Can film fest help blur parallel-mainstream divides?

Do film festivals help parallel cinema gain wider acceptance in the wider world? Do they kindle that elusive interest in good cinema struggling to keep pace with the pyrotechnics of mainstream movies? The message thus far from the Bengaluru International Film ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

10K turn up on Day 1

An estimated 10,000 movie buffs turned up for the screenings of the 9th Bengaluru International Film Festival (Biffes), which formally kicked off at PVR Cinemas, Orion Mall, here on Friday. As many as 43 films were screened on the first day. A discussion with ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Sayani Gupta to represent 'Leeches' at DFW South Asian Film Festival

Sayani Gupta has been part of two massively appreciated short films one called Mala that was premiered at the MAMI s which got her the Best Actress award at the Bangalore International Short Film Festival Leeches was another short film starring Sayani Gupta ...
 India Glitz2 weeks ago
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As we exit a year of horrors, the one we enter may be worse

'If tempers all over the country are so fragile that they can be lost because a couple of film stars give their child the same name as a 14th-century warlord, exactly what sort of compromises can be palatable?' asks Mihir S Sharma. Donald Trump is a sore winner. This has come as something of a surprise. Everyone expected him to be a sore loser, but nobody expected that, were he to win, he would nevertheless declare his own election rigged, constantly grouse about what Hillary Clinton’s ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Japanese culture, cuisine, traditions come alive

Visitors got a feel of Japanese culture and tradition at Japan Habba on Sunday. The St Josephs College auditorium on Langford Road bustled with activities ranging from Origami and calligraphy workshop, quiz, screening of Japanese films to rendition of Kannada ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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