New Generations Opening
We strongly recommend ticket reservation 069 707 69 100!
The Germany premiere „Cooking with Stella“ by Dilip Metha and Deepa Metha at the opening of "New Generations" was sold out completely.
Director Justin Peach presented the documentary "Lonely Pack" in person.
New at the festival
Directors: Justin Peach, Lisa Engelbach
Germany 2009, GErman subtitels
Justin Peach will present the film personally
Together with other children, the eleven year old Sonu lives on the streets of Katmandu. Their daily routine is a fight to survive in the chaotic capital of Nepal: always on the prowl for food, drugs, charitable tourists and what they seek most - as small boys do anywhere– is fun and adventure. The life of Sonu and his pack is shaped by hunger and violence but is also filled with childlike moments of freedom on the streets! This film follows ideas of Direct Cinema: no narrator, no music, no staging. We wanted to understand the everyday life of a street child in Kathmandu. The story is told by the kids themselves. “Lonely Pack” .
New Generations Filmfestival
26 – 28 November 2010 at Orfeos Erben, Frankfurt
26 – 28 November 2010 at Orfeos Erben, Frankfurt
In 2010 the successful „New Generations- Indian Independent Film Festival“ will take place for the second time, presenting international productions focusing India. Regarding its programme the festival is unique in its kind in Germany.
New Generations presents fascinating highlights from the genres feature film, documentary and short film, among them some Germany premieres.
Ticketreservation 069 707 69 100
Ticket per film 7,50 €/ reduced 6,50 €
Friday, 26 November 10
20: 00 Opening German premiere Cooking with Stella
22: 15 Kleine Wölfe
Saturday, 27 November
18: 00 Peepli Live
20: 00 Notes of Transient Places, presented by Ulrike Mothes Audience Award
22: 15 Bombay Summer
Sunday, 28 November 10
15: 30 Kerala Café
18: 00 Speak to my Televishnu @Streetlight – Short film programm
starting at 18: 00 Indian Dinner (RSVP 069 707 69 100 until 25. Nov)
Just leaf throuth our programme brochure New Generations - Independent Indian Filmfestival 2010
design: ©amvisual, 2010
Saturday, 23 October, 22 to 2 h in the morning
A night at the swimming pool with Indian Vibes at the Toskana Therme in Bad Orb
Music and visuals
Floating in warm water and enjoying under water the chill-out or even a bit uptempo beats fo Indian Vibes, combined with atmospheric visuals at full moon? What could be better in a cold autumn night. We would like to invite you to join us in the newly built Toskana Therme at Bad Orb on Sat 23 Oct, starting at 10 pm in the evening and only closing at 2 in the morning
More infos and how to get there on www.toskanaworld.net
Indian Vibes Radioshow: Interview Daniyal Mueenuddin
Sun, 26 Sept, 12 – 14 h, Radio X, Frankfurt
Sun, 3 Oct, 20 - 22 h, multicult, Berlin
Tue, 12 Oct,14 – 16 h, FSK Hamburg
“Pakistan is for sale“, says Daniyal Mueenuddin. Only international help on a huge scale could help the people and the country of Pakistan. We met the Pakistan-American writer in Berlin. We also spoke about his fascinating literature. As usual we have some new tracks for you.
Indian Vibes Radioshow: Sun, 23 Mai, 12 – 14 h on Radio X, Frankfurt
Tue, 8 June, 14 – 16 h on FSK Hamburg
So, 13 June, 20 – 22 h on www.multicult20.de Berlin
“The Wishmaker” is the first novel by Pakistani author Ali Sethi. What at first sight looks like a coming of age story is in fact a close look at the current Pakistan. Ali Sethi presented his book in Europe. We met him in Frankfurt and spoke with him about his book and about the modern Pakistan. We also have some new tracks for you.
Indian Vibes Radioshow on multicult2.0
16 May 10, 20 Uhr
Interview with Vijay Iyer
On 5 May the Indian-American jazz pianist Vijay Iyer received the German Echo Jazz Award for his highly acclaimed trio album “Historicity”. Nearly until the end of the year 2010 the Vijay Iyer trio is touring through Europe, playing in all acknowledged jazz clubs between Lisbon and Oslo. We met Vijay Iyer after his concert at Centralstation Darmstadt and spoke with him about his music and his plans. At the end of May the film “Tandoori Love” opens in Germany. The Swiss love comedy is inspired by Bollywood …
Indian Short films at Cellu l’art Festival in Jena/Germany from 14 to 18 April 2010
From 14 April to 18 April The Cellu l’art festival in Jena/ Germany presents Indian short films. The three programmes are curated by Bernd Lützeler/No Masala, Asian Hot Shots/Berlin and Ulrike Mothes of the Srishti School of Art, Design & Technology Bangalore. The perception of the Indian movie scene is still dominated by the commercial Hindi cinema. However in the last couple of years an independent film scene emerged developing their own subjects and styles. In its three Indian short film nights the Cellu l’art festival is focusing on the diverse Southasian film scene - beyond Bollywood. Indian Vibes is festival media partner