The Indian Film Festival

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The Indian Film Festival The Hague is the finest celebration of Indian film and cultural arts, entertaining audiences with colour, personalities and emotions.

Fantasy and reality interchange and offer a fascinating insight into this future economic world power. IndianFFTH is a platform for contemporary film art from India for established and rising film talent.

Five days of cinema, five days of eclectic and exciting programming, five days of mesmerizing India for all ages and all kinds. Whether you’re a lover of art or a lover of nightlife the IndianFFTH has something for you.


Tita ImpEx LogoTita Kitchen hosted by Tita ImpEx

Tita ImpEx hosts “Tita Kitchen” pop-up restaurant for the Indian Film Festival The Hague.

For the duration of IFFTH the whole Tita family will come together to provide visitors with delicious Indian food prepared with our very own Tita spices.

So prepare yourself for an explosion of authentic Indian flavours, as Tita ImpEx opens the doors of the Tita Kitchen for a four day food fiesta. Located in the restaurant in the Pathé Buitenhof, our three chefs from India and Holland will provide a fusion of traditional and highly creative Indian culinary surprises guaranteed to tantalize your taste buds.

Lunch €7.95
3 course dinner € 19,95

The restaurant will be open from 11.00 AM till 11.00 PM.
Keep an eye on the website for more information about the menu, programme and more.

Reserve your table today at / 0658815802

Tita Kitchen at Pathé Buitenhof
Buitenhof 20, Den Haag
From Thursday October 3rd till Sunday October 6th, 11 AM – 11 PM.

Sushi Clinic LogoEast meets East - unique fusion cooking demo


Every week demonstrations and tastings are being held in the cook store: DOK - home of cooking also known as DOK cookware. The demonstrations are being held by famous chefs and driven cook fanatics.

One thing the demo-givers have in common: “ They love to share their kitchen secrets “ .
The successful cook store DOK cookware is located in the Passage  in The Hague.

We welcome you to come and join us at Saturday 5 October for the unique demo ‘East meets East ‘ given by Tita ImpEx & Sushi Clinic in our kitchen in The Hague. During the cooking demonstration a unique combination of Indian and Japanese  sushi will be made with the help of practical cooking tools and techniques. During the cooking demonstrations special sales will be offered .

Demo East meets east                 
Saturday 5 October | 1 PM – 3 PM, Passage 19, Den Haag tel. 070 - 346 96 96

Tita ImpEx Workshop CookingTita workshop Indian Cooking

On Sunday, October 6th, you can participate in a workshop Indian cooking at Tita Kitchen in Pathé Buitenhof. The workshop will be given by the highly experienced chef Mr. Singh from Mumbai, India. He now owns three restaurants in Andalusia: Little India, Little Mexico and Little Italy.
Mr. Singh is a big fan of the Tita Spices. During the workshop he will demonstrate how to prepare a  delicious Indian meal with Tita Spices.
For more background information about our favorite chef on the Costa del Sol, read our newsletter.

There is only a limited number of places available for the workshop, so book now: / 0658815802

Tita cooking workshop
Sunday, October 6th, Noon to 2.30 PM
Tita Kitchen at Pathé Buitenhof
Buitenhof 20, Den Haag
Costs € 45 per person.

PerformerPerformers 1: Kuchipudi dance

Kuchipudi derives its name from the village of Kuchelapuram, in Andhra Pradesh, India, and is a classical form of Indian dance, drama and music. Kuchipudi was originally a male dance tradition. Groups of men traveled from village to village enacting stories from the Hindu mythology. It is only in the last century that women have been introduced to this art form. Kuchipudi is characterized by fast rhythms and fluid movements, creating a unique blend of control and abandon, strength and delicacy.

Jaswina Elahi (Master of Arts) studied Arts and Culture at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and is now writing her Phd at the University of Tilburg. She learned Kuchipudi from her danceteacher Padma Menon in the Netherlands, and for extra training in India and Australia. She also got extra training from Srimaji Chinna Sathyam and from Srividya Mutnuri.

PerformerPerformers 2: Mirage

Mirage is formed by Mohnish Sharma and Richard Imambaks. The two of them play a great range of Indian music, such as Geets, Ghazals, Bhajans, Qawwali & Folk (Bhojpuri and Punjabi). They perform regularly and have among other things performed during Holi festival in Almere on the Kaylaash Dhaam Holi Festival, they also played in the Radha Krishna Mandir and during the Sarnámihuis CPC Run. They have collaborated with various national and international artists.

Enjoy your dinner with these artists on Friday, October 4th and Sunday, October 6th from 19:00 in Tita Kitchen, 1st floor of Pathé Buitenhof.