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Mother Teresa

(New Empire and Lighthouse) lTen movies by film-makers from around the world attempt to portray the life and work of Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, November 1 to 4. Documentaries, feature films, a docu drama and even an animation film make up the list, with two of the offerings premiering at the festival

D.H. Lawrence

(Seagull Bookstore, November 3, 6 pm) lAn evening of conversation on D.H. Lawrence, between professor Krishna Sen of CU and author Amit Chaudhuri (above) on the occasion of the release of Chaudhuri’s D.H. Lawrence and ‘Difference’: Post-coloniality and the Poetry of the Present, accompanied by readings from Lawrence’s poetry

Kennedy: An Unfinished Life

(Robert Dallek) lDrawing upon first-hand experience and never-before-opened archives, the author begins by tracing the Kennedys’ Irish roots, before going on to explore JFK with all his strengths and weaknesses, revealing parts of his private life, like his innumerable hospital visits and even a few of his infidelities

Harem

(Sarah Brightman) lThe diva, known for chartbuster albums like Time to Say Goodbye, Eden and La Luna, has gone for the sensuous middle-eastern feel in what is her most creative venture. Keep an ear out for The Journey Home from A.R. Rahman’s hit West End musical Bombay Dreams
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