Overblog Suivre ce blog
Editer l'article Administration Créer mon blog

CULTURE & CIE

lire      écouter  voir  sortir   personnalités           films      expos  musique    news art    romans    concerts     ...

Rechercher

CULTURE CIE & VOUS

PARTENAIRES

1 mars 2008 6 01 /03 /mars /2008 16:38
IMGjpgmongols.jpg
Films, documentaries, concerts, dance, music and lectures

Eight centuries ago, Gengis Khan established the Mongul empire. Mongolia, whose territory has shrunk over time, is one of the most beautiful countries of the world. The desert camels, the wild horses of the steppes, the echoes of morin huur and diaphonic song will - fascinate the traveller on his way to a Buddhist monastery or a yurt ; and sometimes the passer-by will come across some amazing wrestlers. Through films, lectures, shows and documentaries, we shall encounter the last reindeer men of the Taïga, shamans, the renascent Lamaism, and also ordinary people… It was “The story of the weeping camel” that recently introduced Mongolian cinema to the general public. From “Norjmaa’s Way” (1938) to “The Yellow Dog of Mongolia” (2006), Mongolian producers, trained at the famous Russian state cinema school V.G.I.K., tell us the human story of this country. And don’t forget the surprise : “Joan of Arc of Mongolia” the last film starring Delphine Seyrig !

And more music and dance with...

Om Shivayana Namah (Bharata natyam dance, southern Inda) on the 5th, 6th and 7th April, Ensemble Sakura (Japanese music and dance) on the 25th and 26th April, Kushal Das (Surbahar, northern India) on the 11th of May, Sandip Chatterjee (Santur, northern India) on the 12th of May, Sharafat Ali Khan (Indo –Pakistani song) on the 25th of May.

Further information and bookings on 01 40 73 88 18

Also in English on CultureCie...

IMGjpg150-4.jpgcomenius_roethlisberger.gif
CORBIJN.jpg
undefined



Partager cet article

Repost 0
Published by AE - dans In English
commenter cet article

commentaires