Take Note

Published: 20th July 2015 01:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th July 2015 01:58 AM   |  A+A-

take note.jpgWorkshop on Video Production

Church Street Social is organising a workshop titled Video Optimisation and Video services Marketplace on the July 24 between 4 and 6 pm at Cobalt Building, Church Street. The workshop is being conducted by Kavita Shenoy, founder of Voiro. The talk is going to be an introduction to basic video production, how to optimise YouTube content, among other things. For more information call 81057 96867. 

Shopping Festival

take note1.jpgKydzAdda is organising a day-long Monsoon shopping fest ‘Shop till you Drop' on July 22 from 10 am to 8 pm on the first floor of Kydzadda. This is a shopping experience like never before. The festival will have a large collection of products like sarees, dresses, bed spreads, home decor, scrapbooks, products for children, among other things. For more information call 96633 72075/99456 97333

Evening With Hariharan

take note2.jpgGhazal Manthan is organising an evening with Hariharan on Saturday the July 25 from 6 pm at Phoenix Marketcity. Ghazal Manthan is an initiative to popularise Ghazals among the younger generation and to identify the best Ghazal singers from different parts of India. It will be a platform for people to experience and appreciate this genre of music. Through Ghazal Manthan an attempt is being made to increase the listener base of this genre of music, getting people to appreciate the lyrics and understand the nuances of delivery. For information contact: Dhananjaya, 88927 64215.

Screening: Brokering News

take note3.jpgThe movie Brokering News will be screened at Cobalt on 21 July. The movie is about how Indian media has much to be proud of as a significant part of Indian democracy. But, there is an increasing public disenchantment, not just with its shrillness, sermonising and sensationalism, but with its core value-integrity. News market in India is getting too crowded, while the advertising pie is getting thinner. Media houses are furiously engaged in finding new and innovative ways to augment their dwindling revenues. To RSVP go to

Kasaravalli Film Fest

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan is organising Girish Kasaravalli Film Festival from July 25 to July 29 at Khincha Auditorium Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan. The festival will be inaugurated by Minister for Kannada and Culture, Women and Child Development, Umashree. Girish Kasaravalli is a Kannada movie director and a pioneer of the parallel cinema movement. Known internationally, he has won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film four times. In 2011, he was awarded the Padma Shri.


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