Asian Arthouse Film Night
Fancy taking a trip to Asia without having to leave London? At the Asian arthouse film night at the Noble Sage art gallery.
Why you should go:
7.45pm, 13th June 2007
The Noble Sage Art Gallery
Can’t pass up an offer to see free films? Fancy perusing some international modern art? Film screenings at art galleries are the best of both worlds of culture. The Noble Sage Art Gallery specialises in contemporary sculptures and paintings from India and Sri Lanka, so come along if you’re up for an Asian experience in the heart of London.
The Asian arthouse film night is screening Aparajito, part two of acclaimed director Satyajit Ray’s Apu Trilogy. Based on a famous 1930s Indian novel, the film focuses on a small boy being raised by his mother in a remote village. He earns a scholarship to study in Calcutta, simultaneously filling his mother with pride and breaking her heart.
Still need convincing? It was named as one of Time Magazine’s 100 greatest films of all time. Now how many of those do you get to see for free?
The Asian arthouse film night takes place on 13th June 2007 at the Noble Sage Art Gallery. Doors open at 7.45pm for an 8pm start. Admission is free. For more information call 0208 883 7303.
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