An exhibition of work by French film director Philippe Garrel, the master of post-Nouvelle Vague, is currently being held here. Garrel is well known for sticking to 35mm despite the increasing disappearance of film projectors. Out of the 16 works that are on display, 13 were digitally restored and the rest are screened using film projectors. Since his movies don’t follow a chronological order, understanding his work may not be easy. Even after the movie is over, you might have to sit there for a while trying to put the puzzles in your head together. However, you can also see Actua1 (1968), which was considered to be lost and was later found. So for film buffs, this would be a great way to start the New Year.