Photography Exhibition – Le Corbusier in India by Ajay Bhatia

LE CORBUSIER IN INDIA | THE PLAY OF LIGHT  (A photographic tribute on his 50th Death Anniversary) Exhibition Open From March 15 to 30th between 10am-5pm Note from the author Chandigarh has the unique attribute of being the only completely inhabited city designed by Le Corbusier. I consider myself fortunate that this city has been my home for more than three decades now. During these years I have travelled to various parts of the world ... Read More »

Presentation by French Architects Bas Smets and Michèle Laruë-Charlus

URBAN PROJECTS AND LANDSCAPES The presentation will be delivered by Mr. Bas Smets, a Belgian architect and landscaper, commissioner of Agora 2017, the architecture, urbanism and design biennial in Bordeaux, and by Mrs. Michèle Laruë-Charlus, Executive director for urban planning, City of Bordeaux. Free Entry, Open to All! Read More »


Director :Xavier Dolan First release: 2012 Casting: Melvil Poupaud, Suzanne Clément, Emmanuel Schwartz Duration: 168’  Genre: Drama Age suggested: 16+ French with English subtitles Synopsis : Laurence, a literature teacher, transforms into a woman after years of concealing his feelings. Her relationship with her family gets complicated by the revelation while she struggles to find comfort with her partner. Though others may ... Read More »


English Title : Jappeloup Director :Christian Duguay First release: 2013 Casting: Guillaume Canet, Marina Hands, Daniel Auteuil: Duration: 111’ Genre: Sports, Biography Age suggested: All French with English subtitles Synopsis : Its the story of a horse with amazing courage and a big heart. The life is about the of Jappeloup de Luze, the French show jumping horse who won a gold medal ... Read More »


“I was born with music, grew up with music and I have never wanted anything else.” At least, it’s clear. From the age of four, Juliette Katz wants to be a singer. But it is not because daddy had been “in the field” for years that the path has been straight. Rather, she took detours and took her own time ... Read More »

Conference – Catherine Verger

Interaction with Catherine Verger on “Engineering Studies in France” About the Speaker Catherine Verger : She is an independant journalist. She has been a reporter for 25 years for regional press, magazine, public radio and TV. She also directed programs for a Franco-German channel. She is now a trainer in a journalism school and the director of publication for the magazine ... Read More »

Lecture: Nobel Laureate Prof. Serge Haroche

Professor Serge Haroche is a French physicist who was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize for Physics jointly with David J. Wineland for “ground-breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems”, a study of the particle of light, the photon. This and his other works developed laser spectroscopy. Since 2001, Haroche is a Professor at the Collège de France and ... Read More »

FRENCH FILM : Jules et Jim

 A French film directed by François Truffaut (with English Subtitles) Year: 1962 Duration: 105 minutes Free entry, seating on first come first basis Synopsis In Paris, before WWI, two friends, Jules (Austrian) and Jim (French) fall in love with the same woman, Catherine. But Catherine loves and marries Jules. After the war, when they meet again in Germany, Catherine starts to love Jim… This is ... Read More »