Screening Of Ab Tak Muzaffarpur As Part Of 'Gutter Moons'
Machine Age Film Festival
The Audience for the film festival 'Distant Firelights'
Roobina Karode Addressing the Audience During Art In Cinema

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art aspires to become a space where film enthusiasts can get a taste of meaningful cinema in the company of likeminded people. This engenders an environment apt for ideas to brew and develop into thought provoking conversations. This confluence of creativity is sustained by frequent screenings of films that are otherwise absent in the mainstream circuit. Works of eminent filmmakers on lives of artists, sociopolitical issues as well as films by modern and contemporary Indian artists exploring their surroundings with a critical discerning eye are part of the gamut of movies that are screened at the museum.

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OH THAT'S BHANU, 112 Minutes, 2019-20

Featuring: Bhanumati Rao, Maya Krishna Rao, Tara Rao

Bhanumati Rao (1923-2022) in her younger days, was a dancer and a theatre actor.  An elegant and witty woman, who’s hearing and memory doesn't usually stand up, has led an enigmatic, passionate, yet a simple and... Read More

VAICA video art by Indian contemporary artists

VAICA Programme Schedule

All screenings are at Kiran Nadar Museum of Art 5.30 pm to 8.00 pm

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Screening of films by the National Award winning director Kamal Swaroop

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art invites you to
Screening of films by the National Award winning director Kamal Swaroop

Friday, 27th July 2018. 11am onwards

Mr. Swaroop will be present for a conversation... Read More

From Santhal Family to Mill Re-call A Film by RV Ramani

As part of the ongoing Vivan Sundaram’s retrospective, KNMA organised a screening of the film 'From Santhal Family to Mill Re-call' (winner of Best Long Documentary at MIFF 2018 ), directed by prolific filmmaker RV Ramani. The film traces the interdisciplinary project... Read More

Guttermoons - A Festival of Activist Cinema

Activism as a form has remained difficult to trace historically both in the world and in cinema. Activism carries within itself the preconceived notions and disjointed images of protesters, fire, slogans, placards, violence, and subsequently it is always perceived as bearing political... Read More




New Delhi

145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket
New Delhi, Delhi 110017
011-4916 0000

10:30 A.M - 6:30 P.M

Plan Your Visit


Plot No. 3 A, Sector 126,

10:30 A.M - 6:30 P.M

The museum is closed on Monday and all public holidays.