Friday 19 April 2024

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Culture | IFFI

Danish film "Into the Darkness" lifts IFFI Golden Peacock

Into the Darkness (De forbandede å), the Danish film based on the epic World War II, has lifted this year’s Golden Peacock at the 51st International Film Festival of India (IFFI), held in Goa, India. ... READ

Biswajit Personality of the Year of IFFI 20

Bengali filmmaker Biswajit Chatterjee has been conferred with Indian Personality of the Year by 51st International Film Festival of India (IFFI). READ

#IFFI50: Free time during @IFFIGoa? Here’s what to do in #Panaji

The 50th Film Festival of India has kicked off on the 21st of November and despite the hectic schedule, there is ample free time in between films. The question on most people’s minds is ... READ

Rajini, Big B & Shankar Mahadevan steal the show as IFFI50 opens

India’s ace singer Shankar Mahadevan stole the show at the inaugural of Golden Jubilee of International Film Festival of India in Goa today evening amidst the whole Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Stadium cheering at the two ... READ

#IFFI2019 all set for IFFI 50 & also IFFIGoa 15

With IFFI turning 50, looks like it is getting into professional mode rather than sulking into bureaucratic tangles. Much before the curtains could open, the stage is all set with decors, delegate literature and even ... READ

‘Donbass’ bags Golden Peacock, Malayalam film gets 2 awards

‘Donbass’, which Ukrain has officially nominated for Oscars, seized the Golden Peacock at the 49th IFFI concluded here this evening. READ

If you feel what you do, it's seen in your eyes, no need to act it out: The secret of silent film 'The Bra'

'The Bra', a silent film made waves in IFFI 2018. Veit Helmer, a German director, was in town to watch the response from Indian spectators. It's a simple tory of a train driver in Ajerbaijan. ... READ

Theatre creates the base; Netflix is bringing cinema closer to TV: Chin Han

“I am excited about Indian scripts. India has a storehouse of talent, with a rich cinematic history. And legendary Indian filmmaker Satyajit Ray has been by inspiration.” READ

"Un Traductor/ A Translator": Why the movie won Golden Goblet at Shanghai

No interpreters needed, sit back and be awed. Rating- 4/5 READ

Nothing called anti-national cinema, all are Indian films: Rawal

“There is no such thing as national film or anti-national film; the jury considers all movies that comes before it as Indian movies”, claims Rahul Rawail, Chairman of the Jury of Indian Panorama (Feature), of ... READ