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Chloe performed an interesting piece of music out of old tapes and systems. Her performance was intriguing as she created music through waste. The performance was a potpourri of jazz music, conversations and other genres of music.
In today’s news we are featuring a short interview with Chloe and Lucas, inviting us on Saturday 30th of August at 8pm at SWACHU, Bharat Nivas, Pavilion of India in International Zone to a “Domestic Radio Orchestra” , an experimental concert of transistors. We are welcome to join Shreen and kala at MMC @ 5pm friday 29th august, where here they will present “Shared values, Conscious Business and Spirituality”, a Case study on Upasana. On Friday 4 to 6pm Ganesh Chaturthy at Ganesh little abode in AV. The Aarti will be sung at 5.30 pm
Sincerity exacts the unification and harmonisation of the whole being in all its parts and movements around the central Divine Will.
Lights on Yoga
Et voici un son provenant directement des coulisses du spectacle “mutation in progress”… Il y a avait Ana la danseuse, enceinte de 7 mois, suspendue dans les airs par un long drap au beau milieu d’une salle circulaire. Aussi tout autour, des sculptures lumineuses flottants dans les airs, rappelant le passage de la chenille au papillon. Les chuchotements c’est nous, Marie Claire (sculpture), Christoph (vido) et moi (son) face un petit problme technique… Aprs la performance une jeune journaliste en herbe nous a drob le micro…
Yesterday Auroville Film Festival 2011 opened to an enthusiastic crowd, midst music and bubble blowing, excited people obviously happy to meet and greet as last minute preparations took place on stage and behind stage. This is the recording of the full event… Paul, Wazo and Marco entertained the audience, introducing the theme of this festival, showing a few clips on-screen. This years festival is panning out to be bigger and better with 121 films scheduled to be shown. Click here to download the program (pdf).
The opening night was presented with an interesting mix of banter, interviews and comedy. The team of Wazo and Paul kept the audience engaged with sprightly chit chat and the necessary bits of profundity thrown in.
Some of the film festival judges were interviewed as well as Graham Rutt; the representative from One People Productions, who travelled from England to be present at the festival.
What was new at this years festival is the big tent, the festival ‘action station’ situated on the platform between town hall and Cinema Paradiso is where all of last night’s action took place.
The action station is also set to host live debates on the evenings of the 30th Sept and 1st & 2nd October on topics such as: ‘Filming Human Unity’, ‘I am, you are, we are film makers’ & ‘Film making-an incredible playground for kids’.
The events will be broadcast live on the AurovilleRadio streaming channel.
Cafe Le Morgan played their part by serving the gathered throng an eclectic menu of drinks and savouries. They also served dinner from a fixed menu of Veg or Non-Veg for movie goers from 7.00 pm onwards. And this dinner ritual is set to continue for the entire duration of the festival.
With screenings in three venues, 50 hours of films, three hours of live radio debates and good food this Auroville Film Festival opened with a bang and has something on offer for everyone.
Les sculptures casses, les papillons, Satprem, la solar kitchen, les cellules imaginales, la mutation, le son, la joie, le progrs, le chaos… Pouvons- nous participer consciemment notre propre mutation. D’aprs Satprem: “Le poisson ne pouvait pas imaginer le reptile, ni le singe l’homme. Sans doute ne pouvons-nous pas non plus dfinir rationellement l’aprs-homme.” Rencontre avec Marie-Claire et Chlo, autour du projet ‘Mutation in Progress’ expos en ce moment la Gallery Square Circle de Kalakendra, jusqu’au 16 octobre 2011.