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Dhaka International Film Festival to showcase 36 films from India

Dhaka: The 21st edition of Bangladesh's largest film festival- Dhaka International Film Festival (DIFF) will be inaugurated on Saturday, January 14.

'The Kashmir Files vulgar, propagandistic': IFFI jury slams, calls it 'inappropriate' for festival

Panaji/IBNS: The jury of the 53rd International Film Festival in Goa Monday slammed the controversial movie 'The Kashmir Files' and called it "vulgar and propagandistic" content that revolves around the killings and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits in 1990 from Kashmir Valley.

We are committed to a clean and green Goa: Pramod P Sawant at IFFI

Panaji: The last day of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), 2022 began with a cleaning drive at Miramar Beach.

Feast of Mexican Cinema Delights IFFI-53 Delegates

Panaji:  The 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) has prepared a delectable Mexican feast for all its delegates.

Clinton stands up to bullies and wins hearts at IFFI-53

Panaji: “Earlier I would be angry with my parents for sending me to boarding school, now I am grateful as it helped me make my film”, said Director Prithviraj Das Gupta while interacting at an 'IFFI Table Talks' session at the 53rd edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI).

Dadasaheb Phalke Award Winner Asha Parekh participates in In-Conversation Session at 53rd IFFI

Panaji: Sharing her experience of getting honoured with Dadasaheb Phalke Award for the year 2020, legendary actress Asha Parekh said that it’s a long time after which a lady has been accorded with this award.

Men are not just numbers, but dignified living individuals, says Director Claudia Sainte-Luce at IFFI

Panaji: Men are not just numbers, but dignified living individuals. In the run up to amass money, a section of people forget this fact and indulge in heinous crimes like kidnapping and human trafficking.

The Storyteller directed by Ananth Mahadevan premieres in the ‘Divyangjan’ section of 53rd IFFI

Panaji: IFFI-53 is for everyone. There has been an effort to make films accessible to even differently-abled film aficionados and promote the spirit of inclusivity in the International Film Festival of India this year.

IFFI: ‘Red Shoes’ deals with gender-based violence against women in Mexico

Panaji: “This film is very special to me. It has touched me in a deep way. More than the festival claps it’s the personal journey of the artists, that’s more important to me”, said Carlos Eichelmann Kaiser, the director of the Mexican Film Red Shoes (Zapatos Rojos).

IFFI: Director Saleel Kulkarni’s film ‘Ekda Kaay Zala’ explores a unique way of communicating with children through stories

Panaji: Marathi bedtime stories for children often start with the phrase ‘Ekda Kaay Zala’ which translates to ‘Once Upon a Time’. Music composer, author and director Dr. Saleel Kulkarni’s film with the same phrase as its title, also tells a beautiful story but it is most definitely not meant just for children.

Want viewers to be part of my cinematic universe: Filipino Director Lav Diaz at IFFI

Panaji: When the Waves are Gone directed by Filipino auteur Lav Diaz is a contender for Golden Peacock award in the International Competition Category at the 53rd International Film Festival of India. A dark, protracted tale of revenge and crushing cycles of violence, When the Waves are Gone had its premiere at the Venice Film Festival 2022.

IFFI: Marathi non-feature film Rekha highlights the hygiene problems of street dwellers and questions society’s unclean attitude towards them

New Delhi: A film on the daily struggles of street dwelling, their hygiene and sanitation issues and society’s outlook towards them, was screened under Indian Panorama Non-feature section in 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI) on Thursday.

Mid Fest Film Fixation draws inspiration from Sigmund Freud and Korean surrealistic movies: Director Mercedes Bryce Morgan at IFFI

Panaji: The 53rd International Film Festival of India presents the international premiere of Mercedes Bryce Morgan’s dynamic directorial debut, Fixation as its Mid Fest Film.

‘How to Blow Up a Pipeline’ tries to provoke the right conversation about climate activism

Panajji: There is no magic bullet or immediate remedy to tackle climate change.

Rehearsal reveals the paradox between a superhuman and the actor on centre stage: Director Khusnora Rozmatova

Panaji: As per the famous German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, Superhuman is a continuation of man in the future as an ideal rather than a realistic goal. The same philosophy is also accepted in Sufi Philosophy.Man is always transient, something to be overcome.