Habitat Film Club


The Habitat Film Club was started in March 2000. Member of the Federation of Film Societies of India, Habitat Film Club promises film buffs a rich fare of meaningful and entertaining films from across the world, interactive sessions with Directors, Producers, Actors, their retrospectives and much more. Members are exposed to the wealth and variety of cinema from across the globe - from the early classics to the avant garde styles of the new film makers as well as films from mainstream cinema showcasing the works of the legends and rising stars of Indian & world cinema. It also aims to help interested members arrive at an understanding of the history of cinema as well as keep abreast of contemporary trends.

Film Club Membership Fee

Annual FeeIHC MembersNon-Members
SingleRs 480/-Rs. 938/-
DoubleRs 720/-Rs. 1250/-
Student (Over 18 years)-/-Rs. 375/-

Membership Forms are available at the Convention Centre (Programme Desk)

* Taxes as applicable will be added to the charges above.

Films This Month!

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    DOC FILMS - Daslakhiya (Hindi & Bahia with Eng subtitles/2017/30mins) Dir. Vineeth Menon The documentary reveals the aftermath of eviction of the Baiga Tribe from Kanha National Park. Followed by The Hunt (Chattisgarhhi/Hindi/Eng/2014/26mins) Dir. Biju Toppo The film questions the thoughtless development models in Jharkhand, Chattisgarh and Orissa that target tribal areas rich with mineral resources, where MoUs have already been signed with various national & multinational companies. The screenings will be followed by a discussion Collab. Kriti Film Club

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Key House Mirror (Danish/2015/92mins) Dir. Michael Noer Lily and Max have been married for more than 50 years. Now, they live together in a nursing home, where Max has been reliant on professional care since his stroke. Lily has been putting her own needs aside and is desperately longing for excitement and intimacy in her life. Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - The Commune (Danish/2016/112mins) Dir. Thomas Vinterberg Erik and Anna is an academic couple with a dream. With their daughter Freja, they set up a commune in Erik's huge villa in an upmarket district of Copenhagen. With the family at the center of the story, we are invited into their dream of a real commune through house meetings, dinners and parties. There is friendship, love and togetherness under one roof, until an earth-shattering love affair puts the small community to its greatest test Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Rosita (Danish/2015/92mins) Dir. Frederikke Aspöck Johannes lives together with his father, the middle-aged widower Ulrik in a small fishing town in the northern part of Denmark. They live a quiet routine life, each minding their separate jobs in the fishing industry. Ulrik misses the love and tenderness of a woman and arranges for the young, beautiful, Filipino Rosita to come to Denmark Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - The Hunt (Danish/2012/111mins) Dir. Thomas Vinterberg The 40-year-old divorced father, Lucas, is just about to be reunited with his son when he is accused of a crime he did not commit; and now a witch hunt starts in a small surburban town in Denmark. Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Bugs (DOC FILM/2016/73mins) Dir. Andreas Johnsen Since the UN recommended edible insects as a resource to combat hunger a few years back, it would seem that insects are the new superfood that will fix problems of global food security Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Man Falling (Doc Film/ Danish/2015/107mins) Dir. Anne Regitze Wivel A brain injury after a fall forces Per Kirkeby, one of Denmark's most famous artists, to stop painting. In an instant Kirkeby loses his life's foundation as well as his ability to work. He is no longer able to see colors, and he can no longer orient himself in the large canvases that have made him the poster boy of Danish and International contemporary art. The film is the story about Per Kirkeby's universe - marked by deep melancholy as well as astounding beauty. A story about a man struggling for his life and work Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Far From Home (Doc Film/2014/75mins) Dir. Nitesh Anjaan Nitesh's father has made a decision that will change his and his children's lives forever. After 39 years in Denmark, he wants to give up his Danish residence permit and move back to India to start a new life. And once the decision is made, he can't take it back. Nitesh sets out on a filmmaking journey to understand his mysterious father and his irrevocable decision. As the film progresses, a complex and dramatic picture emerges of a life that did not go according to plan Collab. Danish Embassy, New Delhi

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. 11:00am - I am 20 (Eng/1967/20mins) Dir. S.N.S Sastry, and other FD shorts; Talk & Discussion by Veena Hariharan; 3:00pm - Shaheed-e-Mohabbat Boota Singh (Punjabi/1999/120mins) Dir. Manoj Punj; 6.30pm - Qissa (Punjabi/2015/110mins) Dir. Anup Singh, supported by NFDC. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com
    Timing: 11:00am, 3:00pm, 6:30pm

    Venue : Gulmohar

    11:00 am
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. 11.00am – Master Class by Anup Singh, Director of Qissa. Entry is free; 3:00pm - Subarnarekha (Bengali/1962/143mins) Dir. Ritwik Ghatak; 6.30pm - Tahader Katha (Bengali/1992/180mins) Dir. Buddhadev Dasgupta, supported by NFDC. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com
    Timing: 11:00am, 3:00pm, 6:30pm

    Venue : Gulmohar

    11:00 am
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. Chhalia (Hindustani/1960/135mins) Dir. Manmohan Desai. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com

    Venue : Gulmohar

    06:30 pm
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    FILM - FDZone Delhi Screenings. Fire in the Blood (Doc Film/English/2013/87mins) Dir. Dylan Mohan Gray A, award-winning documentary, which looks at the fight against Western pharma companies and Governments that tried blocking access to low-cost AIDS drugs in Africa.

    Venue : Casuarina

    07:00 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. Train to Pakistan (Hindustani/108mins/1998) Dir. Pamela Rooks. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com

    Venue : Gulmohar

    06:30 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. Garm Hawa (Hindustani/1973/146mins) Dir. M.S. Sathyu. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com

    Venue : Gulmohar

    06:30 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. Dil Se (Hindustani/158mins/1998) Dir. Mani Ratnam. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com

    Venue : Gulmohar

    06:30 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70: Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. Hey Ram (Hindustani/2000/207mins) Dir. Kamal Haasan. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com

    Venue : Gulmohar

    06:30 pm
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. Short films on Kashmir: Waiting (2005/39mins) Dir. Atul Gupta & Shabnam Ara; Rizwaan (2013/17mins) Dir. Deepti Khurana; Goodbye, Mayfly (2015/22mins) Dir. Siddhartha Gigoo; 3:00pm - Soz: A Ballad of Maladies (2016/86mins) Dir. Tushar Madhav & Sarvnik Kaur; 6:30pm - Haider (Hindustani/Kashmiri/2014/162mins) Dir. Vishal Bhardwaj. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com
    Timing: 10:30am, 3:00pm, 6:30pm

    Venue : Gulmohar

    10:30 am
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - India at 70 - Histories & Legacies Film Festival curated by Prof. Ira Bhaskar. 10:30am - Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (Hindustani/2004/208mins) Dir. Shyam Benegal; 3:00pm - Rangoon (Hindustani/2017/154mins) Dir. Vishal Bhardwaj; 6:30pm – To be announced. The festival open to all & entry free. Due to limited capacity, you are requested to pick up free entry passes from the Programmes Desk. Aug 1 to 7 for Habitat Film Club members only (from 10:00am-7:00pm). Passes open to all from 8 Aug. For online passes, log on to www.habitatfilmclub.com
    Timing: 10:30am, 3:00pm, 6:30pm

    Venue : Gulmohar

    10:30 am
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    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Carol (English/2015/118mins) Dir. Todd Haynes Carol is a British-American romantic drama film based on the novel The Price of Salt by Patricia Highsmith. An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York. Carol competed for the Palme d'Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival, and received many awards & accolades. Open to Habitat Film Club members only. Non-members are requested to contact the Programmes department for enrolment Collab. The Indian Express

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm