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Author Archives: Alliance Française Bangalore

Don’t Miss Naila. 18th February, 7.30pm

Naila Joseph, a Trinidadian born singer, did her first recording at the tender age of 3. Being a daughter of a pastor and a music teacher, Naila’s earliest musical influences were due to her exposure to gospel and classical music within her household. She recalls her childhood home as being always filled with students coming in and out for lessons, ... Read More »

Teaching Staff

Abhishek S Anuradha Narayan Claire Boutet David Kumar Devamalini S Devika Kulkarni Geetha Vaidyanathan Geetanjali S Hari Naren Kavitha Kaimal Kumar Subramaniam Kruti Shah Krusha Khakhar Latha Narayanan Madhuri Tiwari Madhuri Welling Maitrayi Nag Marisa D’Silva Nirada Harendra Nisha Jethwani Prajwal Madhav Ratika Joshi Seema Israni Sharanya Subramanian Shefali Sequeira Supriya Naren Seema Israni Suma Kailas Usha Ramanathan Vidya Suresh ... Read More »

My French Film Festival Feb 10 to 15

10th February, 6.30pm Mariage à Mendoza/Welcome to Argentina Marcus and his brother Antoine head to Argentina for their cousin’s wedding. They plan to explore all that Buenos Aires has to offer before making the trip to Mendoza in the west. Marcus is thrilled to be on the road and determined to have fun, while Antoine is depressed after being dumped ... Read More »

Mysore

The Mysore chapter is projecting a French film named “Du vent dans mes mollets” (2012) along with english sub titles, on the 13th of December 2014 (Saturday) at 6pm The entry is free! For reservation and details call centre Coordinator at 4000727 or 9663381667. Synopsis:  Stuck between her parents, who smother her with love, and constant blunders, nine-year-old Rachel Gladstein can hardly wait for school ... Read More »

Meet Authors Joelle Jolivet and Karthika Nair

Meet Authors Joelle Jolivet and Karthika Nair The Honey Hunter Text by KARTHIKA NAIR, Illustrations by JOËLLE JOLIVET A unique collaboration between one of India’s finest poets and one of France’s most beloved illustrators: an unforgettable journey to the heart of the Sundarbans.  Adapted from a section of Akram Khan’s award-winning dance-drama DESH, the story — part fable, part adventure ... Read More »