November at the Lab!

VAICA - Festival of video art by Indian contemporary artists

30 November 2019

The Festival of Video Art by Indian Contemporary Artists (VAICA) is the first of-its-kind event on video art as a form in India. Indian artists have been using, experimenting with and exploring video art as a medium for artistic expression for some years now. This festival aims to celebrate this art form by bring together artists, cultural critics, students of art and media and art lovers to see some of the most exciting video art in the country. The Festival Finale, on 30 November 2019, is hosted by Godrej India Culture Lab in partnership with Comet Media Foundation.

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From Durban to Tomorrow

3 April 2019

The Godrej India Culture Lab invites you for an advance screening of the documentary From Durban to Tomorrow followed by a conversation between the filmmaker Dylan Mohan Gray and founder of SANGRAM, Meena Seshu, one of the five frontline advocates featured in the film.

 

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Reflecting back

Remembering/Forgetting

2 November 2018

The Godrej India Culture Lab hosted Remembering / Forgetting, a sombre reflection on our country’s forgotten histories through the screening of two documentaries.

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#IndiaConnected

India Connected by Ravi Agrawal

26 September 2018

We were proud to host the Mumbai launch of Ravi Agrawal’s India Connected: How the Smartphone Is Transforming the World’s Largest Democracy in collaboration with Oxford University Press.

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Book & Film Club

Our book and film clubs always have the authors and filmmakers in attendance respectively. Our readings and screenings are followed by passionate animated discussions. Join us for our events and tell your friends about them as well. Most of our events are open to the public with RSVP.

VAICA - Festival of video art by Indian contemporary artists

The Festival of Video Art by Indian Contemporary Artists (VAICA) is the first of-its-kind event on video art as a form in India. Indian artists have been using, experimenting with and exploring video art as a medium for artistic expression for some years now. This festival aims to celebrate this art form by bring together artists, cultural critics, students of art and media and art lovers to see some of the most exciting video art in the country. The Festival Finale, on 30...30 November 2019

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From Durban to Tomorrow

The Godrej India Culture Lab invites you for an advance screening of the documentary* From Durban to Tomorrow* followed by a conversation between the filmmaker *Dylan Mohan Gray* and founder of SANGRAM, *Meena Seshu*, one of the five frontline advocates featured in the film.  3 April 2019

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Remembering/Forgetting

The Godrej India Culture Lab hosted Remembering / Forgetting, a sombre reflection on our country’s forgotten histories through the screening of two documentaries.2 November 2018

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India Connected by Ravi Agrawal

We were proud to host the *Mumbai launch of Ravi Agrawal’s India Connected: How the Smartphone Is Transforming the World’s Largest Democracy* in collaboration with *Oxford University Press.*26 September 2018

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Meet Machli, the World’s Most Famous Tiger

Godrej India Culture Lab was proud to present the screening of S Nallamuthu’s incredible film Meet Machli, the World’s Most Famous Tiger.  19 May 2018

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Dreamers - India Book Launch

We are were proud to host the India launch of *Snigdha Poonam's *Dr*eamers - How Young Indians Are Changing Their World *in collaboration with Penguin Random House India.9 March 2018

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WEAVE THE NATION

For the first time in its history, Lakme Fashion Week was proud to present a documentary film screening program this season, in collaboration with Godrej India Culture Lab. 1 February 2018

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Velvet Revolution

There is no longer a red line when it comes to the killing of women journalists today. They are under attack by state and non-state players just like their male counterparts, with the added threat of sexual violence every time they go out in the field. 29 September 2017

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