Cultural Events


The Alliance Française Panjim, in collaboration with the Embassy of France in India, is organizing a 2-day training on 3 learning modules which are : – “how to improve teaching on communication skills” – “how to teach grammar to beginner students of French as a Foreign Languages”, – “how to conceive oral activities” The training will be held by Mr ... Read More »

Tuesday’s movie buff’s rendez-vous

Qui vive (Insecure) by Marianne Tardieu (2014, 1h23 minutes, drama) with Reda Kateb (A prophet) and Adèle Exarchopoulos (Blue is the warmest color) Chérif, struggling to pass the entrance exam for nursing school, takes on a side job as a security guard. On duty there, he faces off with a group of hostile teenagers who constantly harass him, and gradually ... Read More »


The brillance of human imagination lies in its transformation of mundane into magnifique. Being a river basin, West Bengal has a rich abundance of clay, which has been used as a raw material for a wonderful tradition of doll making in Ghurni, Krishnagar since last 250 years. From realistic and naturalistic to symbolic, the clay dolls of Ghurni have got ... Read More »


    JASMINE, THE FLOWER OF LOVE AND PASSION by Monika Ghurde   Jasmine, the first flower ever cultivated for its fragance, the name Jasmine derives from Persian word Yasmine meaning “fragance”. The presentation will cover : Jasmine, the first flower cultivated by man for its fragance Stories of Jasmine  France & India Its relationship to spirituality, love and purity ... Read More »

Tuesday’s movie buff’s rendez-vous

Agent trouble by Jean-Pierre Mocky (1987) 1h20 polar movie with Catherine Deneuve Amanda Weber is a museum employee. Her nephew, Victorien, who feels that wild animals should not be kept in zoos, has been murdered, and she seeks to find out why and how. She knows that Victorien was witness to a mysterious government project where 50 tourists were killed ... Read More »

Take a walk on the past side!

Have you ever wanted to go back to the past? Take a walk through Panaji’s fascinating history! Heritage enthusiasts from Goa Heritage Action Group will lead the group through Fontainhas’ most defining monuments and reveal to them anecdotes that have made this place the charming disctrict it is today! Friday 21 st August 2015 at 6.00 pm         Price : ... Read More »

Tuesday’s movie buff’s rendez-vous

The Pirogue (La Pirogue) by Moussa Touré (2011) 1h27 drama movie A group of African men leave Senegal in a pirogue captained by a local fisherman to undertake the treacherous crossing of the Atlantic to Spain where they believe better lives and prospects are waiting for them.. Nominated for the Berlin International Film Festival and nominated for the Goya awards. ... Read More »

Tuesday’s movie club

THE FLOWER OF EVIL (La fleur du mal) by Claude Chabrol (2003) 104 minutes polar movie It tells of an outwardly perfect family in Bordeaux, whose seeming perfection begins to unravel when the wife involves herself in politics. A corpse surfaces just before the local election and the spectre of past family indiscretion resurfaces in mysterious deaths and other scandals. ... Read More »


BASTILLE DAY The French National Day commemorates the beginning of the French Revolution with the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789. Your AF Panjim is celebrating with a musical dinner in a casual chic French style at the restaurant Festa at Grand Mercure Goa Shrem Resort in Candolim from 7.00 pm onwards! The band Trio Orlando will be ... Read More »

Tuesday’s movie club

THE AGE OF UPRISING : THE LEGEND OF MICHAEL KOHLHASS (Michael Kolhaas) by Arnaud des Pallières (2013) 122 minutes epic drama For adults only. During the 16th century, horse dealer Michael Kohlhaas is taking his horses to market. But when he has to pass a local baron’s lands, the baron seized two of his horses even though tolling rights had ... Read More »