Film

 

Goa is not India
Documentary of Austrian film maker Rudolf Gottsberger

In a exclusive interview for IGSG Rudolf Gottsberger the Austrian film maker Rudolf Gottsberger explains "For me, „Goa is not India“ because Goa was occupied by the Portuguese, because it is the richest state in India, because there are some kind of enclaves among the foreigners, because some hippies found a knew home in Goa during the Sixties, and because life in Goa has a special character". Please read the complete interview as well as more details about the film here.

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NDR (German TV broadcaster)

Vasco da Gama: Portugals Aufbruch ins Unbekannte

(Vasco da Gama and Portugal's departure into the unknown)

A TV series of the German broadcaster NDR

(in German)


A series in four parts by Luc Cuyve, which was broadcasted by NDR on Sept. 9, 2011

 

Part 1: Advancing along the Western coast of Africa

Part 2: Around the Cape of Good Hope

Part 3: The sea route to India

Part 4: The Far East

 

See the films here

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Goa statt Gaza

 

ZDF INFOKANAL – March 12, 2011

 

"Goa statt Gaza", a report of the German National TV ZDF broadcasted on 12th March 2011, describes the situation of former Israeli soldiers who after leaving the army go to Goa for a holiday mixed with drugs and sex.  More...

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Schliemanns Erben: Der schwarze Schrein von Goa

A film by Gisela Graiche and Peter Prestel - 45 min., ZDF 2008

This is a German documentary about the relics of the mortal remains of a Christian queen, a martyr. The relics were taken by Augustin monks in Iran and brought to Old Goa  in 16th century. In those times Old Goa had more inhabitants than London or Rom. The relics are supposed to be somewhere in the ruins of the Augustine Monastery in Old Goa. The German documentary of the TV channel  ZDF relates the archaeological work regarding the search of the relics in the ruins of the Augustine Monastery.

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