With Osianama forming a base at the iconic Liberty theatre in Mumbai, movie enthusiasts of the city have a lot more to choose from apart from the usual releases in the theatres. To checkout what Osianama is screening (it includes Godfather and Apocalypse Now!) do check out our FB page where we keep listing their schedule.
The other best of screenings in the city are given below as per the venues. Do let us know if we have missed any screening.
40, Theosophy Hall, New Marine Lines,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400020
Contact : 022 2203 5993
All films at this venue begin at 6:30 pm.
Les Femmes du 6e étage / The Women on the 6th floor by Philippe Le Guay (102′)
A social comedy that pits the propriety of a well-to-do French family with the earthiness and humour of Spanish cleaning ladies who work in their apartment building. They will turn these conservative couple’s lives upside down.
Date : 21/12/2015
Let the Scream be Heard by Dheeraj Akolkar (58′)
An international documentary film focusing on an artistic investigation to reveal the secret behind the universality and timelessness of Norwegian Painter Edvard Munch’s extensive creation, spanning over 60 years and 18,000 works of art.
Date : 23/12/2015
La Prophétie des Grenouilles / Raining Cats and Frog by Jacques-Rémy Girerd (90′)
In this animated feature, the world is engulfed by a mighty flood, and farmer Ferdinand; his wife, Juliette; and their son struggle to survive. Ferdinand, a former ship’s captain, converts his barn into an ark and rounds up animals from the nearby zoo.
Date : 28/12/2015
38 N M Joshi Marg,
Mumbai 400 013
All screenings here at 7pm.
Violette by Martin Provost (139′)
Violette Leduc, born a bastard at the beginning of last century, meets Simone de Beauvoir. Then begins an intense relationship between the two women that will last throughout their lives, relationship based on the quest for freedom.
Date : 08/12/2015
Landes by François-Xavier Vives (94′)
Set in the 1920s, at a time when Gallic agricultural laborers were not yet paid as salaried workers, and when electricity was slowly making its way to the nation’s more remote regions, the scenario follows the travails of recent widow Liena, who inherits her husband’s vast estate.
Date : 15/12/2015
Respire by Mélanie Laurent (91′)
Marie patches things up with her friend, Lisa, after a new boyfriend causes friction. Then just as things begin to settle down, Marie is struck by a motorcycle and falls into a coma, from which she is unlikely to awake.
Date : 22/12/2015
Bande de Filles / Girlhood by Céline Sciamma (113′)
Marieme joins an all-girl gang in the projects of Paris and is slowly turned out of her shell by her three sassy neighbors. As she falls further under their bravado and volatile energy, she begins making brave and foolish choices.
Date : 29/12/2015
What About Art
Willy Ronis, Autoportrait d’un photographe by Michel Toutain (55′)
Set against the backdrop of his self-portraits taken each year from the age of 16, the film presents a captivating interview with Willy Ronis. The photographer tells the stories behind his now-famous photos from the historical shot to the private moment.
Date : 17/12/2015
Time : 7:00pm
Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum
91 A, Rani Baug, Veer Mata Jijbai Bhonsle Udyan, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Marg, Byculla East, Mumbai, Maharashtra – 400027.
Nicolas Poussin- “Admirable tremblement du temps ” (30′)
Pablo Picasso – “Les couleurs de la passion ” (30′) by Alain Jaubert
Two documentaries from the Palettes collection focusing on two paintings “Les Quatre Saisons” by Nicolas Poussin and “La Crucifixion” by Pablo Picasso.
Date : 31/12/2015
Time : 6:30 pm