NJISACF will be organizing a Film Festival of regional Indian films on April 18, 2009 at the Rutgers Bush Campus Students Center from 12pm to 11.00pm.
The feature films to be screened include:
GENESIS – directed by Mrinal Sen
KAALBELA (Calcutta My Love) – directed by Gautam Ghosh
MAATI MAAY (A Grave Diggers Tale) – directed by Chitra Palekar
BIOSCOPE – directed by K. M. Madhusudhanan
For details visit: http://www.njisacf.org
It seems the “Ghost who walks” is not aware of the rampant piracy that’s going on in the Indian ocean. Phantom, the nemesis of the pirates, is needed once again. The Somali pirates have been ravaging the shipping lanes off the horn of Africa. The recent attack on Maersk and the kidnapping of its American captain has suddenly caught the attention of the media.
Where is Phantom? Let the drums of Denkali once again summon the great comic book hero – Phantom – The Ghost Who Walks!
Recently I listened to an excellent talk by Dr. Jeffrey Cole (Director, Center for the Digital Future, of the USC Annenberg School) about Social Networks, the digital media and our teens. His research and insights into this digital revolution that we are growing through threw some interesting light on our teen generation. The teens today use technology in ways we never thought of. The entire digital industry is geared up to develop new gadgets and gizmos for the new generation. The social networking phenomenon like Facebook, Orkut and others have demonstrated how much influence this new generation has in defining the shape of digital media. Dr. Cole lists few characteristics of a teen in this and our future digital generation.
Actor Kal Penn is taking a job in the Obama administration as a liaison to Asian-American groups, a White House spokesman said. The Hollywood star, who appeared in Fox TV’s drama “House” and several movies like “The Namesake”, “Harold and Kumar” etc., is joining the White House Office of Public Liaison as a link to Asian-American and Pacific- Islander communities, spokesman Shin Inouye said.
Kal Pen was recently seen in Fox Network’s highly popular series “House” as Dr. Cutner who commits suicide on the April 6 2009 episode. I guess Kal has a more important call to answer to.
Saturday April 25 Doors open 7.30 pm Show 8 pm
The Grand Opera, Wilmington DE.
Sponsored by The Bengali Association of the Delaware Valley
*Shiv Kumar Sharma and Zakir Hussain, santur and tabla*
Tickets $35.00, $50.00 and $75.00
Tickets can be purchased from http://www.ticketsatthegrand.org. A
$2.00/ticket service fee applies when you purchase tickets on-line.
Phone 302-652-5577 or 1-800-37-GRAND
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