Arts & Entertainment

Medley of colour, text, music, poetry

PANAJI: Symmetry-an artwork at Trishla Jain's pop-up exhibition 'Tangerine Trees & Marmalade Skies'-is a puzzle of collage, made of paper strips printed with different patterns and of colour patches of varied thickness and hues. Before the viewer can wonder about the contradictory title, the words 'it is not symmetry' hidden in the pattern seem to whisper sense into its viewers.

Film shoots in city to cost more

PANJIM: The CCP has also passed a resolution to hike the fee for issuing NOC for film shooting within the city limits to Rs 50,000.

Exhibition by Trishla Jain

A pop up exhibition titled 'Tangerine Trees and Marmalade Skies', by Trishla Jain will be on view at Sunaparanta - Goa Centre for The Arts, 63/C-8, Near Lar de Estudantes Altinho, Panaji, till December 12, between 10am and 7pm. Open all days. For details, call 0832-2421311.

PANAJI: The Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) is in the process of accumulating details about the expenditure for the 43rd International Film Festival of Goa (Iffi). The budget for the film festival- organized by the Union information and broadcasting ministry in collaboration with the Goa government - was brought down to 9 crore this year from 2011's 10.5 crore.

Attendance far lower than expected at Iffi 2012

PANAJI: The Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) and the directorate of film festivals (DFF) claimed that a record number of close to 13,000 delegates registered for the 43rd International Film Festival of India ( Iffi), which was held in Goa from November 20 to 30, 2012.

Glitches galore at film festival

PANAJI: The 43rd International Film Festival of India (Iffi) was expected to be a special affair as it celebrated 100 years of Indian cinema. But the festival saw more than its fair share of glitches.

PANAJI: Punjabi film 'Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan' (Alms for a Blind Horse) has bagged the prestigious Golden Peacock award at the 43rd International Film Festival of India 2012.

PANAJI: Nearly a dozen of multi-national firms have practically monopolized distribution of art films across the world, and are now trying to dictate how to conduct film festivals in different countries, according to Shankar Mohan, director of the international film festival of India.

Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) vice-chairperson Vishnu Wagh, while addressing a press conference on Tuesday, said that noted Kerala filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan has conveyed it to the ESG that Goa should be the permanent home of the International film festival of India (Iffi).

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