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ESG plays spoilsport, defers cards distribution without prior notice

Panaji: The organisers of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) have yet again disappointed the delegates of the mega film festival by postponing the distribution of IFFI 2018 cards, which was scheduled to commence from November 15. The approval e-mail addressed to those, who had applied for the IFFI …

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Tiatr personality – JP Pereira

Maye Mogacho Yevkar The latest from husband-wife duo Elvis and Carmen is a tiatr about loving parents and ungrateful children. Maye Mogacho Yevkar recounts this narrative in a delightfully different way. It is convincing without the melodrama. Maria and Jose are happily married and have celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary. …

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Israel to be focus country for IFFI 2018

Panaji: Actors Akshay Kumar and Chitrangada Singh as well as directors Reema Kagti and Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, along with other filmmakers will be present at the International Film Festival of India 2018. The dignitaries will represent their respective films screened under the Sports Biopics section, at the open air screenings …

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IFFI organisers yet to announce films to be screened

Panaji: Will Japanese author Hirokazu Koreeda’s ‘Shoplifters’, the Palm d’Or winner at Cannes this year be screened at IFFI? Or ‘Roma’, Oscar winner Afonso Cuarón’s semi-autobiographical tale set in Mexico, which even forced Netflix to change its strategy and give it theatrical release? We don’t know. Which director or artists …

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The Aspern Papers to open IFFI-2018

Panaji: The 49th edition of the International Film Festival of India will open with the world premiere of ‘The Aspern Papers’ in the presence of its international star cast and crewmembers. Set in Venice in the late 19th century and based on Henry James’ eponymous novella, ‘The Aspern Papers’ is …

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Eric the Ark: A lesson on morality

The musical ‘Eric the Ark’ presented by Namah Society in association with the Directorate of Art and Culture and Bennet and Bernard Gastronomy and Hospitality Private Limited was held at Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Kala Academy, Panaji. The musical, which marked the 12th year of Namah Society, opened with a …

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Cometh The Comedian

After turning 30 and losing the enthusiasm of youth, all Azeem Banatwalla can see around him are problems. He’s tried ignoring them, accepting them, even running away from them, but they refuse to leave him alone. So he’s taken that forever companion and turned it into something hilarious. Presented by …

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All Goa Karaoke Singing Competition finals on Saturday

Ravindra Bhavan Margao (RBM) is organising an All Goa Karaoke Singing Competition on Saturday, November 3, 2018, at 5:30 pm at Ravindra Bhavan, Margao. A total of 129 talented and upcoming singers participated in the audition round held on October 26. From them, 20 female and 20 male selected participants …

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38th edition of Surashree Kesarbai Kerkar Sangeet Samoroha commences today

The 38th Surashree Kesarbai Kerkar Sangeet Samoroha will be inaugurated today, November 2, 2018 at the hands of Govind Gaude, Minister for Art and Culture, Government of Goa and Chairman of Kala Academy Goa, at 5:45pm at Dinanath Mangeshkar Kala Mandir, Kala Academy Complex, Panjim. The three-day festival is set …

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Goan non-feature film to open Indian Panorama at IFFI

Panaji: ‘Kharvas’, a Marathi short film directed by Goan film-maker Aditya Jambhale will be the opening non-feature film in the Indian Panorama section of the 49th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI). The non-feature films category will screen altogether 21 short films, this year. ‘Kharvas’ narrates the …

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