FILM & ART – SHOWCASE
The ‘Art and Film’ segment showcases various genres of audiovisual projects, incepted and created by Multidimension, down the years since its foundation in 2011. The principal objective of this section is to cater the stories from different corners of the globe to the audiences. These stories sometimes document the time, or sometimes celebrate the exchange of cultures worldwide.
The ever-changing nature of this world always generates stories and ideas. Multidimension has always sensed the necessity to document those real-time stories with varied perceptions. This process of documentation is a continuous one, and thus Multidimension has developed a rich resource of documentaries based on diverse sectors, incidents, cultures and ideas.
- Bong Connexion
- Extremism Denied
- Fête de la Cité 2013
- Chinese Diaspora
ART & ARTIST
Multidimension emphasizes on creating dialogue involving talented artists from the diasporas implanted in France, and tries to capture their mode of expression through their personal art forms, styles and experiments, in the context of a multiethnic and multicultural society.
- All About Eyes
- Indian Mythology In Fashion
- Space Women
- Tulika’s Odissi Dance Workshop
Apart from the documentaries, Multidimension also makes ‘Reportage’ videos in association with its Magazine counterpart. The main goal of this segment is to generate a strong base of news content. To maintain the equilibrium with the continuously growing global industry of information and data, Multidimension reports, covers and features various incidents and events from diverse sectors.
- Memory And Justice
- Je Suis Charlie
- Walk Of Shame
- Un Pays Nommé Le Bangladesh
- Savar Tragedy
- Afghanistan 2014 – Chronicle Of A Transition At Risk
CULTURE || EVENTS & INTERVIEWS
Multidimension is the culmination of diasporas from Indian subcontinent living in France. Its primary focus is on developing a media infrastructure with the participation of artists and professionals come here for studies and career opportunities, and those from the second generation diasporas who have grown up and growing up within the French society and are acquainted with their socio-cultural origin through their parents. Living in a cosmopolitan society like France is an opportunity for everyone to discover a variety of cultural excellences, its multi-ethnic perspective and mix of tradition and modernity, and also their conflicts in an ever-evolving world. Multidimension believes in projects which represent the cultural and historical bond of people from all around the globe, to live side by side with them in a spirit of humanity and solidarity. It involves itself in different forms, as organizer, participant and sometimes as sponsor.
LIFE IN DIASPORA
Video presentation of some events showcasing the life of Indian and Bangladeshi diasporas living in France.
- Tagore – Le Centenaire Du Prix Nobel (Instants Choisis)
- Holy 2013
- Food & Culture
- Boyshakh 1420
This section features personality portraits and interviews of celebrities from cinema, theatre, performing art and literature in an effort to understand their visions and ideas in their own fields of work, and takes note of their opinions on varied subjects.
- Multi Talks – Kalki Koechlin
- Multi Talks – Mostofa Sarwar Farooki
- Multi Talks – Arshad Khan
- Multi Talks – Hardik Mehta
- Multi Talks – Alankrita Shrivastava
- Multi Talks – Vishal Bhardwaj
Multidimension’s objective is to promote and produce good music of different genres, primarily putting focus on Bengali traditional folk music and its fusion with Western Rock, Pop, Reggae and House music. The musical journey began in 2012, and in 2018, the company has succeeded to open its first sound recording & mixing studio in Paris.
Tritha is one of the artists of Multidimension’s cultural project “Bong ConneXion”. Originally from Kolkata, with a background of Indian classical music and composer, Tritha has found an eager audience in France, particularly in Parisian scene, with solid pop-punk style of her group.
- Ganapati 2014
A film about the journey of a materialistic man into the spiritual world through Baul music from Bengal, and his endeavour to understand its lyrical depth and human values, and the contradiction of its existence in glittering consumer world.
- Joydeb Song
- Fakir Song
- Fotka Baba
- Gamcha Baba