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Maya Mahal
Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2013

Inaugural Ceremony of Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2013
   

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Food Stories: Stirring Memories
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Shobhaa De’s ‘Sethji’
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William Dalrymple’s ‘Return of a King
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Tibor Jones South Asia Prize 2013
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When Ghalib Met Manto - Ek Guftagu
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Ramachandra Guha Talks on 'What Kind of Asian Was Gandhi?'
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K for Kulture?
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AKLF 2013

Festival Schedule as on Jan 07, 2013. Download Schedule


Dec 6 2012, Press Conference. Download Press Statement


EVENTS ON WEDNESDAY - CINEMAGIC: A TRIBUTE TO A CENTURY OF INDIAN CINEMA

09 JANUARY 2013

Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival in association with The Park presents

MAYA MAHAL - AN ENCHANTED LOOK AT HINDI CINEMA THROUGH
THE PRIYA PAUL COLLECTION

On view for the first time.

Venue: The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 11.00 am Partners: The Park

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AKLF in association with CNBC-TV18 present

INDIA’S INDIE FILM FUTURE - QUESTIONS & CONCERNS: A FILMMAKERS’ FORUM

After a century of Indian cinema, how do things look for the future of independent filmmaking? With filmmakers Goutam Ghose, Kaushik Ganguly, Anirudha Roychowdhury, Suman Mukhopadhyay & Onir.

Moderated by : S. V. (Raju) Raman
Venue: The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 12.00 noon

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Victoria Memorial presents its inaugural event

Inauguration by Hon. Governor M. K. Narayanan, followed by keynote address by eminent filmmaker Shyam Benegal, A Century of Indian Cinema

Venue: Western Quadrangle, Victoria Memorial Time: 5.30 pm Partners: Victoria Memorial

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EVENTS ON THURSDAY
10 JANUARY 2013

Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival present

FOOD STORIES: STIRRING MEMORIES BY YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN, BRITISH JOURNALIST and WRITER

Special Guests : The author will be in conversation with will be Sujata Sen & Reba Som
Venue: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 10.00 am

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival in association with CNBC-TV18 present

TRANSGRESSIONS: ESSAYING THE NEW IN INDIAN FILMS

Special Guests: With film makers Shyam Benegal, Onir, actor Dhritiman Chaterji & film critic Mira Hashmi.
Moderated by Jai Arjun Singh
Venue: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 11.15 am

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Penguin Books India present

SHOBHAA DE’S SETHJI

Chief Guest : Rakhi Sarkar Special Guests : In conversation with the author will be Rita Bhimani
Venue: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 12.30 pm Partner: Penguin Books India

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival present

TALKING WRITING: TOMORROW & THE WRITTEN WORD, A PANEL DISCUSSION

Panelists: : With Tishani Doshi, Anosh Irani, Faiza Sultan Khan, Farah Ghuznavi, Bidisha and Rimi B. Chatterjee. Moderator: Urvashi Butalia
Venue: Oxford Bookstore, 17 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 02.30 pm

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival, Bloomsbury India & British Council present the Kolkata launch of

WILLIAM DALRYMPLE’S RETURN OF A KING: THE BATTLE FOR AFGHANISTAN 1839-42

Special Guest: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata
Venue:
Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 4.30 pm Partners: Bloomsbury India & British Council

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Tibor Jones South Asia Prize present

TIBOR JONES SOUTH ASIA PRIZE 2013

Announcement of winner & presentation of the 2013 prize. With Urvashi Butalia, Chair, panel of judges, Faiza Sultan Khan, Anosh Irani & Amit Chaudhuri.

Please collect your card for this event from Oxford Bookstore a week in advance.

Venue: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 7:00 pm Partner: The Park, British Council, Penguin Books, Bloomsbury India & Tibor Jones SAP

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EVENTS ON FRIDAY
11 JANUARY 2013

Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Aleph present the Kolkata launch of

PAVAN VARMA’S CHANAKYA'S NEW MANIFESTO: TO RESOLVE THE CRISIS WITHIN INDIA.

Book launch and discussion with Rudrangshu Mukherjee.

Venue: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 10.30 am Partners: Aleph

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Harper Collins present the Kolkata launch of

YASMEEN PREMJI’S DAYS OF GOLD & SEPIA

Chief Guest: Shyam Benegal and Leila Seth. In conversation with Anjum Katyal.
Venue:
Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 11.45 am Partners: Harper Collins

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & The Little Magazine present

SHUDHU KOBITAR JANYO: A TRIBUTE TO SUNIL GANGOPADHYAY

Special guest: With Nirendranath Chakrabarty, Nabaneeta Dev Sen, Joy Goswami, Subodh Sarkar, Chiranjeev Basu, Mandakranta Sen, Srijato and others. Presented by Antara Dev Sen

Venue: Oxford Bookstore, 17 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 02.30 pm Partner: The Little Magazine & SAREGAMA India Ltd

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & & Bloomsbury India present the Kolkata launch of

MANIL SURI’S CITY OF DEVI

The author will be in conversation with journalist Sandip Ray

Venue: Rosewood, The Park, 17 Park Street Kolkata Time: 05.00 pm Partner: Bloomsbury India

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & MAKAIAS, in association with INTACH and Random House India present

WHEN GHALIB MET MANTO - EK GUFTAGU

Introduction to Ghalib by Pavan Varma & to Manto by Mira Hashmi. Dramatised readings by Tom Alter & Barun Chanda from Rabishankar Bal’s ‘Dozakhnama’& Arunava Sinha’s English translation.

Performance of ‘Manto aur Ghalib: Ek Guftagu’ by National Academy of Performing Arts Repertory, Karachi.

Venue: St John’s Church, 1 Council House Street (near Raj Bhavan), Kolkata Time: 07.00 pm Partner: AKLF, Harper Collins, The Little Magazine, India Foundation for the Arts (IFA), Bloomsbury India, MAKAIAS & INTACH

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EVENTS ON SATURDAY
12 JANUARY 2013

Young Readers’ Special: In loving memory of Mr. Jit Paul

Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Oxford Junior in association with Penguin Books India present

WE THE CHILDREN OF INDIA – a Preamble to our Constitution

Leila Seth talks interacts with young Kolkatans (for 10 – 13 years) on the Indian Constitution.

Venue: Apeejay House Lawns, 15 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 10.00 am Partner: Penguin Books India

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Oxford Junior present

WAY WITH WORDS: POETRY WITH TISHANI DOSHI

Tishani Doshi interacts with youngsters from 14-17 years.

Venue: Apeejay House Lawns, 15 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 11.30 am

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The Asian Neighbourhood

The National Library & Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) present

SUNIL JANAH – PHOTOGRAPHY PIONEER: A TRIBUTE

Chief Guests: Supriya Chaudhuri & Ruchir Joshi
Venue: The National Library, Bhasha Bhavan, Belvedere Road, Kolkata Time: 10.30 am Partners: The National Library & Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS)

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The National Library & Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) in association with the French Embassy & Institut Francais en Inde present

IMAGE, IDENTITY, LITERATURE & THE ASIAN WOMAN

Panelist: Kenize Mourad, Farah Ghuznavi, Tishani Doshi, Mira Hashmi & Jael Silliman
Moderator: Tilottama Tharoor
Venue:The National Library, Bhasha Bhavan, Belvedere Road, Kolkata Time: 11.45 am Partners: The National Library & Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS)

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The National Library & Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) in association with School of Media, Communication & Culture, Jadavpur University present

MEDIA FOR CHANGE: THE ASIAN NEIGHBOURHOOD

Panel discussion with Bidisha (UK) Premesh Chandran (Malaysia), Ruchira Gupta, Salil Tripathi, Abhijit Roy & Jonathan Shainin

Moderator: Nilanjana Gupta
Venue:The National Library, Bhasha Bhavan, Belvedere Road, Kolkata Time: 02.00 pm Partners: The National Library, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) & School of Media, Communication & Culture, Jadavpur University

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) present

LAUGHING MATTERS: BENGAL POLITICAL CARTOONS FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE BORDER - INTERROGATING THE NATION STATE

An illustrated talk by Subhendu Dasgupta & interaction with eminent cartoonist & illustrator Debasish De

Venue:The National Library, Bhasha Bhavan, Belvedere Road, Kolkata Time: 04.30 pm Partners: India Foundation for the Arts (IFA)

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The National Library, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) & INTACH present

RAMACHANDRA GUHA TALKS ON WHAT KIND OF ASIAN WAS GANDHI?

In conversation with the author will be Swapan Chakravorty

Venue:The National Library, Bhasha Bhavan, Belvedere Road, KolkataTime: 07.00 pm Partner: The National Library, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) & INTACH

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EVENTS ON SUNDAY
13 JANUARY 2013

EUROPEAN LITERATURE – NEW VOICES FROM THE OLD WORLD

Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival, the French Embassy, Alliance Francaise du Bengale, and Institut Francaise in association with Goethe Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan Kolkata present

Straddling Worlds: The Many Voices of Kenize Mourad French-Turkish writer Kenize Mourad in conversation with Fabrice Etienne and Hari Vasudevan

Venue: Max Mueller Bhavan, 8, Ballygunge Circular Road Time: 10.00 am

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival, Max Mueller Bhavan Goethe Institut, Pro-Helvetia Swiss Arts Council & Seagull Books present

Shadow Boxing Women: Readings and Conversations German writers Inka Parei, and Dorothee Elmiger in conversation with translator Katy Derbyshire

Venue: Max Mueller Bhavan, 8, Ballygunge Circular Road Time: 11.30 am

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival, Kindle Magazine & INTACH present

K FOR KULTURE?

Readings by Sreemoyee Piu Kundu, Chitralekha Basu and Arunava Sinha.

‘Is Kolkata still the cultural capital?’ a debate featuring writer Ruchir Joshi, filmmaker Q, singer-songwriter Neel Adhikari, journalist Antara Dev Sen, curator Prateek Raja and social activist Ratnaboli Roy

Venue: Lascar Monument, Napier Road, Hastings (near Navy House), Kolkata Time: 02.30 pm Partners: INTACH

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival, The Royal Norwegian Embassy, ICCR & Seagull Books present

HUNGER: A CELEBRATION OF THE LITERARY AND ARTISTIC GENIUS OF WRITER KNUT HAMSUN AND ARTIST SOMNATH HORE

Inauguration of the exhibition of Somenath Hore’s drawings and woodcuts by the Norwegian Ambassador, followed by dramatised readings from Hunger by actor Jayant Kripalani

The exhibition and a festival of international films on the theme of hunger will be on through the following week

Venue: Rabindranath Tagore Centre, ICCR, Ho Chi Minh Sarani, Kolkata Time: 05.00 pm Partners: The Royal Norwegian Embassy, ICCR & Seagull Books

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Young Readers' Special In loving memory of Mr. Jit Paul

12 JANUARY 2013

Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Oxford Junior in association with Penguin Books India present

WE THE CHILDREN OF INDIA – a Preamble to our Constitution

Leila Seth talks interacts with young Kolkatans (for 10 – 13 years) on the Indian Constitution.

Venue: Apeejay House Lawns, 15 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 10.00 am Partner: Penguin Books India

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Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival & Oxford Junior present

WAY WITH WORDS: POETRY WITH TISHANI DOSHI

Tishani Doshi interacts with youngsters from 14-17 years.

Venue: Apeejay House Lawns, 15 Park Street, Kolkata Time: 11.30 am

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All information correct at the time of updating. Programme subject to change.

 
 
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