BANGALORE: It is that time of the year when the city turns into a hub of creative interaction. With a variety of festivals lined up next week, art enthusiasts are in for a treat.
Bangalore International Centre will organise a Mexican Film Festival from January 9 to 17. Films such as The Bastards (January 9), Used Parts (January 10), More than Anything in the World (January 11), Crazy Carnival (January 12), Pan’s Labyrinth (January 13), The Desert Inside (January 16) and Backyard (January 17). Fate Plays, a fictional short film by Bangalore-based independent filmmaker M P Santhosh will be screened at Alliance Francaise de Bangalore on January 8.
National Gallery of Modern Art is screening five films on landscape art as a part of the Rumale Chennabasaviah Retrospective from January 8 to 29. They are: Huangshan World of Immortals (January 8), Thomas Cole and the American Landscapes (January 21), Painted Fire (January 28), Floating Landscape (January 29) and A picture of Britain — The Flatlands (January 29).