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CINE CLUB : Papa Lumière

Charles de Gaulle Airport, April 2011. Jacques and Safi  landed in Abidjan, where they were repatriated urgently. It has old leather tanned by Africa and its expat life hotelier. She, her mixed race daughter of 14 years, has become accustomed to live with his mother and does not know what to think of this big mouth and crappy father who ... Read More »

Week-end classes start today!

The Alliance française du Bengale offers a wide range of French language courses open to people of all ages, from beginners’ level (A1) to advanced levels (C1/C2). Classes are held from Monday to Sunday, from early morning to late evening, throughout the year. Whatever be your motivation… your availability, you will find a course that suits you! Our next session ... Read More »

Monsoon Music Festival

The Monsoon Music Festival is a music festival with an international concert series and a focus on guitar education. Masterclasses, workshops and lectures are scheduled during the day. Our featured musicians will perform over the weekend (Friday-Sunday), and a student recital on the last evening (Tuesday). As a classical guitarist, you can benefit in different ways. Monsoon Music Festival Guitar Weekend package ... Read More »

Presentation Sciences Po-PARIS

Miss Neha Khanna, representative of Sciences Po Paris, will be at the Alliance française du Bengale on Thursday 8 September 2016 at 5 p.m. for a presentation cum interactive session. Sciences Po Paris is a world-class university in Europe and it has recently tied up with Presidency University, Kolkata.  Sciences Po Paris is ranked world number 4 in QS world rankings ... Read More »

CINE CLUB : Crache Coeur

Jozef, a Polish man in his fifties, arrives in France not only to work in construction, but also to find his son Roman whom he had abandoned fifteen years earlier. He goes to Rose, the construction foreman’s daughter to help him in his search. But this lost adolescent ends up falling hopelessly in love with Roman, and uses the information ... Read More »

New session starts now!

The Alliance française du Bengale offers a wide range of French language courses open to people of all ages, from beginners’ level (A1) to advanced levels (C1/C2). Classes are held from Monday to Sunday, from early morning to late evening, throughout the year. Whatever be your motivation… your availability, you will find a course that suits you! Our next session ... Read More »

Le Dernier Métro – The Last Metro

For the fifth film of the French film cycle presented by the Alliance française du Bengale in collaboration with Basusree Cinema, we are happy to screen for you Le Dernier Métro [The Last Metro], by the most iconic French film director François TRUFFAUT. A  famous film, winner of 10 César Awards, with Catherine DENEUVE, Jean Poiret and Gérard DEPARDIEU. So, ... Read More »

The Monsoon Ball by the Kolkata International Women’s Club

The Alliance française du Bengale is pleased to circulate the announcement by the Kolkata International Women Club (KIWC) that the latter’s Annual Gala Dinner is to be held at the Hyatt Regency Kolkata on Saturday 03 September 2016. The price of this gourmet dinner in an evening full of glamour is Rs.4000/=; all profits will be donated to NGOs supported ... Read More »

LAUNCH OF FRENCH-INDIAN YEARLY JOURNAL FABRIQUE DE L’ART

After Paris and before Québec, Trimukhi Platform launches at the ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE DU BENGALE the first of its yearly publication on contemporary arts practices. This first issue (196 pages) includes texts and digital works by 21 artists and scholars from India, France, Spain, England, Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador and Canada. The purpose is concrete and simple: stimulating ... Read More »

Cine club : Le Voyage Extraordinaire

A movie by Serge Bromberg, Éric Lange – 2010 Documentary by Serge Bromberg and Éric Lange, Le Voyage Extraordinaire is about the history of the great movie A Trip to the Moon and its creator, Georges Méliès, and the very first years of what we still used to call at that time the “cinematograph” Read More »