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The 54th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa showcases cinematic brilliance with 15 exceptional films vying for the prestigious Golden Peacock Award. This elite selection comprises 12 international and 3 Indian films, each a testament to the artistry and diversity of global cinema.
The 54th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) has brought forth a pool of 75 talented filmmakers and artists through the third edition of the "75 Creative Minds of Tomorrow" initiative. Handpicked from across India, these promising individuals represent 19 different States and Union Territories, adding diversity to the cinematic landscape.
Film Baazar has officially revealed its highly anticipated list of recommended films for the 54th International Film Festival of India (IFFI). This year's selection showcases a rich variety of cinematic experiences, spanning fiction, docu-shorts, documentaries, horror, and animation. The films delve into themes ranging from diaspora, patriarchy, and urban angst to extreme poverty, climate crises, nationalism, and sports/fitness.
The 54th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is set to elevate the cinematic experience with the highly-anticipated second edition of "Gala Premieres," presented by the National Film Development Corporation Limited. This segment is meticulously curated to bridge the gap between film stars and the audience, embodying the festival's commitment to celebrating global cinematic artistry.
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In a bid to celebrate these iconic filming spots that have been imprinted in people's minds through movies, the Kerala government is gearing up to unveil a captivating cinema tourism project. Under the banner of 'Cinema Tourism,' Kerala aims to attract tourists by preserving the allure of the state's scenic landscapes that have been immortalized on the silver screen.
It is lockdown everywhere. The only entertainment people have are looking at films, videos and listening to songs in their mobiles or TV sets....