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The Indian film festival, now being competently put together by the embassy's cultural section, is scheduled at the Pompidou Centre's Cinematheque and it ought to be a big draw. France is going through a movie boom and Paris is seen as the film capital of Europe. French fans are among the most cosmopolitan in the world who not only tolerate subtitles and dubbings but will also discuss the merits of an esoteric Egyptian film with as much vigour as a new film of Gallic superstar Gerard Depardieu. The rest of the festival is to be segmented into 'panorama of India', 'historical films', 'new Indian cinema section' and 'popular Hindi cinema'.

The film documentary segment is further divided into performing arts, paintings, archaeology, biographies and a general section. Alongside the film festival, an exhibition depicting the history of Indian cinema organised with the help of the Pune archives will open at the Pompidou Centre and a compendium in French of the same title will be formally released. The festival will feature at least three major exhibitions apart from several others. Besides the contemporary - Indian art exhibition at the Pompidou, there is to be a classical arts exhibition at the spectacular Grand Palais and a textile exhibition at the Musee de l'art Decoratif - venues which have already been booked owing to the intense demand for space.


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Coinciding with this will be a north Indian dance and music festival which will be part of the popular Paris Autumn Festival. Scores of smaller Indian exhibitions are in the planning stage. Whilst these events are being organised "officially", on a different level other Paris-based Indian organisations have also been doing some forthright work. Recently in some subway stations of the Paris metro, used by 4 million passengers every day, a flaming red and yellow poster promised alluring Indian prizes.

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The posters provided a striking contrast in subway stations such as Varenne where a replica of Rodin's 'Le Penseur' broods and in the Louvre, where a plaster Venus de Milo glacially regards passengers. Organised by Air-India and the Indian Tourism Office in Paris, along with the big supermarket Bon Marche, customers to the store who won prizes in a special sale were being offered trips to India.

Publicity: The selling of India is not always an easy task, especially for those shackled by a meagre publicity budget, and this is particularly true for the high-profile and competitive airlines industry. But Air-India's Paris office has kept pace with the others. The cost-conscious Gidwaney, who runs a tautly-structured office having reduced his staff and closed unnecessary airport offices, says: "Working from abroad, we have to try doubly hard - selling the Indian image and attracting new customers to fly our airline.

Being professionals, we have succeeded in doing well and I am confident we will continue to do well. Adds Assistant Manager Lt-Col. Ratra: "That we are on the right track is reflected by our improving revenues. But the revised price structure, which we have campaigned for and which will take effect from next month, will benefit us further. The Pompidou Centre, known to Parisiens as the "Beaubourg'. The Indian film festival, now being competently put together by the embassy's cultural section, is scheduled at the Pompidou Centre's Cinematheque and it ought to be a big draw.

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France is going through a movie boom and Paris is seen as the film capital of Europe. French fans are among the most cosmopolitan in the world who not only tolerate subtitles and dubbings but will also discuss the merits of an esoteric Egyptian film with as much vigour as a new film of Gallic superstar Gerard Depardieu. The rest of the festival is to be segmented into 'panorama of India', 'historical films', 'new Indian cinema section' and 'popular Hindi cinema'.

The film documentary segment is further divided into performing arts, paintings, archaeology, biographies and a general section.

Alongside the film festival, an exhibition depicting the history of Indian cinema organised with the help of the Pune archives will open at the Pompidou Centre and a compendium in French of the same title will be formally released. The festival will feature at least three major exhibitions apart from several others.

Besides the contemporary - Indian art exhibition at the Pompidou, there is to be a classical arts exhibition at the spectacular Grand Palais and a textile exhibition at the Musee de l'art Decoratif - venues which have already been booked owing to the intense demand for space. Coinciding with this will be a north Indian dance and music festival which will be part of the popular Paris Autumn Festival.

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Scores of smaller Indian exhibitions are in the planning stage. Whilst these events are being organised "officially", on a different level other Paris-based Indian organisations have also been doing some forthright work. Recently in some subway stations of the Paris metro, used by 4 million passengers every day, a flaming red and yellow poster promised alluring Indian prizes.

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The posters provided a striking contrast in subway stations such as Varenne where a replica of Rodin's 'Le Penseur' broods and in the Louvre, where a plaster Venus de Milo glacially regards passengers. Organised by Air-India and the Indian Tourism Office in Paris, along with the big supermarket Bon Marche, customers to the store who won prizes in a special sale were being offered trips to India. Publicity: The selling of India is not always an easy task, especially for those shackled by a meagre publicity budget, and this is particularly true for the high-profile and competitive airlines industry.

But Air-India's Paris office has kept pace with the others. The cost-conscious Gidwaney, who runs a tautly-structured office having reduced his staff and closed unnecessary airport offices, says: "Working from abroad, we have to try doubly hard - selling the Indian image and attracting new customers to fly our airline. Being professionals, we have succeeded in doing well and I am confident we will continue to do well.

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