City Scripts is the first festival focusing on urban writings. It brings together novelists, journalists, activists, thinkers, architects, planners, poets, bloggers and the lay community which lives in Indian cities, and engages with the experience of living in these cities by writing about it in different genres.
This year, the city comes alive in conversations about activism, music, food and culture. Slated from 10-12 March at the India International Centre (IIC) (Annexe) and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi, the festival brings together a power-packed line-up of writers, filmmakers, journalists, activists and poets who will engage with a range of themes, including masculinities, poetry, violence, cinema, reportage, and walking in the city.
The First Edition was held in Bangalore 3-5 February at IIHS Bangalore City Campus. The Second Edition will be held in Delhi.
Date: 10-12 March
Venue: Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, No.3, Kasturba Gandhi Marg, Near Connaught Place, New Delhi 110 001
Don’t miss the session on 12th March at 10.30 am where Dr. Nicolas Idier, Attaché for Books, Ideas and Knowledge at the Institut français India, will be in conversation with Manisha Chaudhry, Mridula Koshy, Danish Sheikh, and Ute Reimer-Böhner about Reading in the City.
Please click here for detailed schedule.