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    Screen time
    February 3 | PVR Cinemas
    The Bengaluru International Film Festival, which kicked of yesterday, will feature 240 films from over 60 countries. Catch movies like After The Storm from Japan (in picture), Children of the Mountain (from Ghana) and Aquarius (Brazil). The festival will also screen productions of lesser known Indian dialects such as Tulu, Kodava, and Khasi. At PVR, Orion Mall. Details: biffes.in

    At the movies
    February 3 | PVR Cinemas
    Rings is the third film in this supernatural horror franchise. Set 13 years after the first movie, in this one, a young man (Alex Roe) and his girlfriend (Matilda Lutz) explore the infamous videotape which is said to kill the viewer within seven days. They find out that there is a video within the original video.

    Indie nights
    February 4 | The Humming Tree
    Sapta and Argenil take the stage
    this weekend. Marti Bharath’s independent electronic music act Sapta is born out of his experiences, travels and performances across the world. Argenil is a blend of Indian classical music and western EDM. Rs 500. At Indira Nagar, 9 pm. Details: 9886618386

    Laugh riot
    February 5 | Vapour
    Evam theatre presents the Best
    of Amit Tandon. Stand-up comedian Amit Tandon is one of the most well-known observational comics in the country. His humour and routines are about everyday situations that we all face. At Indira Nagar, 1 pm. Tickets (Rs 400) on bookmyshow.com

    Memory lane
    February 5 | NGMA
    The gallery screens the movie Active Voices – A Collection of Recollections, a short film by Sharmila Aravind. Aravind interviews Indian men and women who were born before the 1930s, about their lives and explores India in the early part of the last century. Entry free. At Vasanthnagar, 11 am. Details: 22342338

    Summer love
    February 6 | Collage Shop India
    Collage Shop India presents a specially curated collection for the summer. Garments have been handpicked from labels such as Indian August, The Yogi, Nazar, Kora, Pero, and House of Qidwa. Rs 4,000 upwards. At Wood Street. Details: 25566818

    Movers and shakers
    February 7 | Shoonya
    Chhaya’s Bangalore Collective brings a Choreography/Performance Intensive workshop. The workshop will teach contemporary dance and feature a performance at the end of the three-week course. The facilitator is Kay Crook, a freelance dance artiste. At Lalbagh Road, 11.30 am. Tickets (Rs 3,600) on instamojo.com

    Write in style
    February 8 | Eleganza
    Own a piece of exquisite German craftsmanship with Waldmann ink pens. Each pen is made with solid sterling silver, and is available in a choice of flexible gold, Schmidt steel, bi-colour two tone or italicised angled nibs. Rs 49,999 upwards. At Palace Road. Details: 32516174

    Rock fever
    February 9 | Hard Rock Cafe
    Catch Mumbai-based Anthracite
    pay tribute to Linkin Park. Anthracite has two successful music videos and are soon releasing their as yet untitled second album. In the meantime, they are covering one of their favourite bands. At St. Mark’s Road, 8.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 750 upwards) on bookmyshow.com

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