Projects

MISSED INCLUSIONS

‘VANITY FAIR’ (1868- 1914):  MISSED INCLUSIONS By Dr Sushma Sabnis Let me ...

COVID Creative Events, Projects / May 29, 2021

EMPEROR GOJONG OF KOREA,

EMPEROR GOJONG OF KOREA, ‘VANITY FAIR’, 19 Oct 1899.     &nb ...

COVID Creative Events, Projects / May 29, 2021

Lyn Innes Interview

Prof. Lyn Innes speaks to Lalit Mohan Joshi about her roots and career. This conversa ...

COVID Creative Events, Projects / May 21, 2021

Caricature of Nawab Mansur Ali Khan


‘Vanity Fair’ 16 April 1870 Background:What would you do if one day when you a ...

COVID Creative Events, Projects / May 5, 2021

Caricature of the Zulu King Cetewayo

‘Vanity Fair’ 26 August 1882 A perusal of the material available on the Zulu K ...

COVID Creative Events, Projects / May 3, 2021

Caricature of RANJITSINHJI OF NAWANAGAR, GUJARAT

‘Vanity Fair’ 26 August 1897 The following aspects of the character of Ranjits ...

COVID Creative Events, Projects / May 3, 2021

A Stately Visitor: The Portrait of Ras Makonnen: “An Abyssinian...

Vanity Fair’, 12 February 1903 The portrait of the remarkable statesman from Aby ...

COVID Creative Events, Press/Reviews, Projects / May 3, 2021

Selective Inclusion: African & Asian Celebrities in London’s Va...

With support from UK’s prestigious Heritage Lottery Fund, South Asian Cinema Founda ...

Projects / Jan 12, 2021

A Hidden Heritage: Indo-British Film Collaboration in U.K. (1930-...

May 2013 – December 2014 SACF’s Heritage Lottery Funded project ran for a ...

Projects / Jan 27, 2015

Exhibition of rare film stills, old posters, and film memorabilia

Thursday, 15th and 16th May 2014Exhibition of rare film stills, old posters, and film ...

Projects / May 15, 2014

The Elephant Boy - Screening, Talk and Exhibition

A Hidden Heritage - Indo-British Collaboration in Cinema in UK (1930-1951)SACF is wor ...

Projects / May 13, 2014

Reel India - Understanding Indian Cinema

Thursday 1st May and Friday 2nd May, 2014 The October Gallery, 24 Old Glouce ...

Projects / May 1, 2014