Upcoming Programs

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Film for Thought 19th July 2017 at 6.30 pm Screening of How Green Was my Valley at Sunaparanta
This Wednesday, 19th July ’17 at 6.30 pm, Sunaparanta will host the screening of ‘How Green Was My Valley’ at the Centre’s indoor gallery. Film: How Green Was My Valley (1941) Run-Time: 118 mins Director: John Ford Cast: Roddy McDowall, Walter Pidgeon, Maureen O'Hara, Donald Crisp, and Sara Allgood About the Film: Time has not been kind to John Ford's Oscar winning classic. Often seen as the film that beat Orson Welles' Citizen Kane at the 1942 Oscars, people have forgotten that the film is a fine portrait of childhood, family, love and friendship in a Welsh mining village.  One can't help but see the similarities in Satyajit Ray's masterful Pather Panchali released 14 years later. Seen through the eyes of a small boy, both capture the rhythms of daily life, the ups and downs of a poor village family with its major heartaches and minor triumphs.



Film for Thought - 12th July 2017 at 6.30 pm - Screening of 'Frances Ha' at Sunaparanta
This Wednesday, 12th July ’17 at 6.30 pm, Sunaparanta will host the screening of ‘Frances Ha’ at the Centre’s indoor gallery. Name: Frances Ha (2012)  Director: Noah Baumbach Starring: Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner and Adam Driver  Run time: 1 hour 26 minutes  About the film:    Frances (Greta Gerwig) a young aspiring dancer from New York faces challenges of adult life every day. She's in search of a place to stay, she has issues with her best friend, she's trying to get a better position at the dance company, all this while throwing herself into her dreams.  Frances is a funny, bold and enterprising woman who's a child at heart. Noah Baumbach has made quite a few commendable 'slice of life' films over the years with 'Frances Ha' considered to be one of his best. Baumbach's uniquely realistic mixture of drama and comedy along with Greta Gerwig's remarkable performance, make 'Frances Ha' a memorable film.   



New Exciting Programmes in Visual Arts & Theatre beginning at Sunaparanta!
Sunaparanta is happy to announce another exciting year in Visual Arts and Theatre, beginning June 2017, with an all-new curriculum in Mango Tree after-school Art programme, Pencil to Portfolio (Juniors & Young Adults), In Stages- A Theatre company for young adults Below are some details: Mango Tree after-school Art Programme: Programme headed by artists Chaitali Morajkar & Ramdas Gadekar with guest artists Sonia Sabharwal, Shallu Sharma, Swapnesh Vaigankar and Rani Sarin Age Group:  5 to 9 years – Class every Thursday Pencil to Portfolio (Juniors):  Programme headed by artist Chaitali Morajkar with guest artists Rani Sarin and Alakananda Nag Age Group: 10 to 12 years – Class every Friday Pencil to Portfolio (Advanced):  Programme headed by artist, Rajendra Usapkar with guest artists Swapnesh Vaigankar, Vijay Bhandare and Siddharth Gosavi Age Group: 13 to 18 years – Class every Saturday ‘In Stages’ – A Theatre company for Young Adults: Programme facilitated by Arundhati Chattopadhyaya with guest facilitators Keya D’Souza, Chitra Palekar, Marianne Borgo and Shallu Sharma. Age Group: 12 to 16 years – Class every Saturday All Programmes begin June-July 2017   |   Admissions Open Limited Seats!!! For more details and to register, please call us on (0832)2421311 / 9767864206 / 9370675100 or mail us on info@sgcfa.org



New sessions in `In Stages' - Theatre company for young adults at Sunaparanta
Sunaparanta presents In Stages – a Theatre company for young adults aged between 12 to 16 years. Be part of exciting sessions in script writing, working from text, dance and movement, voice projection, improvisation, confidence building, rehearsal methods and much more, led by Arundhati Chattopadhyaya along with guest facilitators - Chitra Palekar (Script Writing); Keya D’Souza (Dance & Movement), Marianne Borgo (Acting & Voice Projection) and Shallu Sharma (Set Design & Costume) Classes every Saturday, 3.45 to 6.30 pm   |    Limited Seats!  For more details and to register, please call us on (0832)2421311 / 9767864206 / 9370675100 or mail us on info@sgcfa.org  



Film for Thought 5th July 2017 at 6.30 pm Screening of The Hustler at Sunaparanta
This Wednesday, 5th July ’17 at 6.30 pm, Sunaparanta will host the screening of ‘The Hustler’ at the Centre’s indoor gallery. Film: The Hustler (1961) Run-Time: 132 mins Directed by Robert Rossen Starring: Paul Newman, George C Scott, Piper Laurie, and Jackie Gleason About the Film An all-time classic and the kind of film Hollywood rarely makes anymore, Paul Newman stars in one of his most iconic roles as Fast Eddie Felson, the pool hustler who learns the hard way that in America, the system crushes talent quickly unless you let it profit from you. Along for the downbeat ride is Piper Laurie, stunning as Newman's damaged girlfriend and the legendary George C Scott as a scheming fixer. Jackie Gleason plays Minnesota Fats, the calm and dignified pool champion who's near impossible to beat. A sports film, a human drama, a touching love story and a ruthless commentary on the American Dream, this deeply personal film was Robert Rossen's finest hour, a brilliant filmmaker who was blacklisted during the Hollywood Communist witch-hunt and was eventually forced to name names to save his career.



Classes in `In Stages a Theatre Company for young adults beginning 24 June 2017, at Sunaparanta
Sunaparanta presents another exciting year in In Stages – a Theatre company for young adults aged between 12 to 16 years. Be part of exciting sessions in script writing, working from text, dance and movement, voice projection, improvisation, confidence building, rehearsal methods and much more, led by Arundhati Chattopadhyaya along with guest facilitators - Chitra Palekar (Script Writing); Keya D’Souza (Dance & Movement), Marianne Borgo (Acting & Voice Projection) and Shallu Sharma (Set Design & Costume) Classes every Saturday, beginning 24th June 2017    |    Limited Seats!  For more details and to register, please call us on (0832)2421311 / 9767864206 / 9370675100 or mail us on info@sgcfa.org  



Film for Thought - Next Weeks' film 'Sabrina' - 28 June '17, 6.30 pm at Sunaparanta
Screening next week - Wednesday, 28th June ’17 at 6.30 pm, screening of ‘Sabrina’ at the Centre’s indoor gallery. Film: Sabrina (1954) Written & Directed by: Billy Wilder Cast: Audrey Hepburn, William Holden, Humphrey Bogart Runtime: 112 mins About the Film  Audrey Hepburn shines in Billy Wilder's delightful comedy about a chaffeur's lovesick daughter who gets involved with the son of a wealthy millionaire. Although remade in several languages, none of the remakes capture the romance and sparkling wit of this original classic.



Killer Thriller Nights Screening of Black Coal Thin Ice - this evening, 6.30 pm at Sunaparanta
BLACK COAL THIN ICE (2014) – Chinese with English subtitles Director: Diao Yinan Cast: Liao Fan, Gwei Lun-Mei Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins About the Film: This under-rated winner of the Golden Bear at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival can be described as the Chinese "Seven" (the masterful David Fincher serial killer classic).  It follows a morally bankrupt, disgraced cop as he tracks down a brutal serial killer over the course of a decade. Violent, repugnant yet deeply moving, the film is also a critique of economic disparity in Chinese society. OPEN TO ALL!      SCREENINGS STRICTLY FOR 18 YEARS & ABOVE Venue: Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts, Altinho, Panjim Kindly call us on 0832-2421311 or email us on info@sgcfa.org for more details



Killer Thriller Nights begins this evening, 6.30 pm at Sunaparanta -Screening of 3 dark thrillers from 21 to 23 June 2017
Crazed psychotic insane killers on the prowl – in the rain, in the snow, in a quiet park, in the heat of a stuffy basement, in the wet shower – three dark thrillers welcome the dark monsoon at Sunaparanta from 21st to 23rd June 2017. The screenings will be presented by Arvind Sivakumaran We begin the Killer Thriller Night with Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller Psycho - this evening, at 6.30 pm: PSYCHO (1960) Director: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Janet Leigh, Martin Balsam, Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins About the Film: Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece and the ‘mother’ of future slasher films never ages – the scary house with the mother who just ‘goes a little crazy sometimes’, the 40000 dollars, Bernard Herrman’s screeching violin score, the amazing Saul Bass titles elevate this masterful character study filled with suspense and terror. OPEN TO ALL!      SCREENINGS STRICTLY FOR 18 YEARS & ABOVE Venue: Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts, Altinho, Panjim Kindly call us on 0832-2421311 or email us on info@sgcfa.org for more details



Killer Thriller Nights at Sunaparanta - Screening of 3 dark thrillers from 21 to 23 June 2017, 6.30 pm
Crazed psychotic insane killers on the prowl – in the rain, in the snow, in a quiet park, in the heat of a stuffy basement, in the wet shower – three dark thrillers welcome the dark monsoon at Sunaparanta from 21st to 23rd June 2017. The screenings will be presented by Arvind Sivakumaran Screening schedule is as below: 21st June 2017, 6.30 pm PSYCHO (1960) Director: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Janet Leigh, Martin Balsam, Anthony Perkins, Vera Miles, John Gavin Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins About the Film: Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece and the ‘mother’ of future slasher films never ages – the scary house with the mother who just ‘goes a little crazy sometimes’, the 40000 dollars, Bernard Herrman’s screeching violin score, the amazing Saul Bass titles elevate this masterful character study filled with suspense and terror. 22nd June 2017, 6.30 pm ZODIAC (2007 Director: David Fincher Cast: Jake Gyllenhall, Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo Runtime: 2 hrs 37 mins About the Film:  Based on the real life Zodiac serial killings in San Francisco, the film follows the lifelong obsession of one cartoonist to uncover the identity of the Zodiac 23rd June 2017, 6.30 pm BLACK COAL THIN ICE (2014) – Chinese with English subtitles Director: Diao Yinan Cast: Liao Fan, Gwei Lun-Mei Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins About the Film: This under-rated winner of the Golden Bear at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival can be described as the Chinese "Seven" (the masterful David Fincher serial killer classic).  It follows a morally bankrupt, disgraced cop as he tracks down a brutal serial killer over the course of a decade. Violent, repugnant yet deeply moving, the film is also a critique of economic disparity in Chinese society. OPEN TO ALL!      SCREENINGS STRICTLY FOR 18 YEARS & ABOVE Venue: Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts, Altinho, Panjim Kindly call us on 0832-2421311 or email us on info@sgcfa.org for more details