Explore the Museum with the
curatorial team every weekend.
Time: Saturday and Sunday
11:30 am English Tour
12:30 pm Hindi/Marathi Tour
Open to all.
Museum ticket applicable.
Closed on Wednesdays.
The Museum has an active film programme which includes regular public screenings of art videos, documentaries, art house movies and much more. Films are screened at the state-of-the-art Education Centre.
Curated by Avijit Mukul Kishore and Rohan Shivkumar
About Movies at the Museum
Launched on April 3rd 2015, 'Movies at the Museum' is a monthly screening programme, curated by filmmaker and cinematographer, Avijit Mukul Kishore, and architect and urban designer, Rohan Shivkumar. The programme includes films and videos made in different genres – documentary, fiction, animation and visual art. Film, art and academic practitioners are invited from time to time to engage in discussion on their work. The screenings are free and open to public.
Docu-drama by Anjali Kirtane
Join us for a short-film screening of ‘Ganyogi: Pandit Dattatreya Vishnu Paluskar’ directed by writer and researcher Anjali Kirtane. Paluskar was a renowned Hindustani classical vocalist.
Anjali Kirtane will be introducing and discussing the film. This film and the session will be in Marathi.
About Anjali Kirtane:
Anjali Kirtane is researcher, writer and filmmaker based in Mumbai. Her work is been appreciated by many. Her publication on this topic is also available.
Screening is free and open for all.
Limited seating on first come, first serve basis.
In collaboration with Alliance Française de Bombay
Kandinsky -Jaune - Rouge - Bleu (1925)
Bonnard -L'atelier au mimosa (1939-46)
Matisse -La Tristesse du roi (1952)
The Palettes series of documentaries explores great paintings throughout the history of art. From the canvas to the type of brush used by the artist, from the historical or individual context of the painting to the characters displayed in its features, each episode uses the finest technology to uncover the endless secrets a work can hide.
The Museum is delighted to present 'Children’s Film Festival' featuring exciting Canadian animated stories about children and their freedom, rights and values. Join us for these fun and educational monthly film screenings!
Following movies will be screened:
1. How Dinosaurs Learned to Fly by Munro Ferguson
1995 | 6 min
The dinosaurs were headed for trouble. They ate nothing but junk food. They never brushed their teeth. They stayed up all night. And though they loved jumping off cliffs, they didn't like the landings much. The early mammals tried to warn them. "Keep that up and you'll all be extinct!" they said. But the dinosaurs just laughed... and over time, they evolved into birds.
2. 64,000,000 Years Ago by Bill Maylone
1981 | 11 min
This short animated film for children looks at the last of the great dinosaurs to stalk the central plains of North America. Lifelike models of ornithomimus, edmontosaur, and triceratops recreate the late Cretaceous period, offering a view of how our world may have looked 64 000 000 years ago.
3. At Home with Mrs. Hen by Tali
2006 | 7 min
This animated short is a comical tale that pokes fun at motherhood. It depicts the temper tantrums of a child and the efforts a mother makes to set her son on the right path. You don’t need to be a chicken to relate.
4. The Boy and the Snow Goose by Gayle Thomas
1984 | 10 min
This animated short tells the story of a young boy who finds an injured snow goose and nurses it back to health. Constant companions through the sun-filled days of summer, the two sadly separate in the fall when the bird obeys the call to join its flock for the annual flight south. Will the friendship endure?
5. The Tender Tale of Cinderella Penguin by Janet Perlman
1981 | 10 min
This short animation is a zany version of the classic fairy tale, with the leading role played by a mistreated, romantic penguin, with hilarious results. Cinderella Penguin loses her magic flipper as she runs to meet her midnight deadline, but all ends well when Prince Charming finds the right webbed foot and the nasty step-family is brought to heel. A 1981 Oscar® nominee.
6. I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly by Derek Lamb
1964 | 5 min
This short animation film is cartoon illustration of the eponymous nonsense song by Canadian folksinger Alan Mills. Sung by Burl Ives, the song is given an unbridled interpretation by the cartoonist, and by the end of the song, our old lady has swallowed much more than a fly.
7. Get a Job by Brad Caslor
1985 | 10 min
This short animation follows the tribulations of a cartoon character, Bob Dog, as he hunts for a job. Self-motivation, preparing a résumé, and getting ready for an interview are all dealt with in a highly entertaining fashion, while the Doo-wop mover Get a Job provides the upbeat musical soundtrack.
Recommended age group: 5 years & above
Museum Entry fee applicable. Limited seating on first come, first serve basis.