Women's Film Fest to begin from March 1
Hosted by the Indo-Korean Cultural and Information Centre in Chennai, the second edition of the Women's Film Festival (WFF) will be held from 1 March onwards.entertainment Updated: Jan 30, 2009 14:52 IST
The second edition of the Women's Film Festival (WFF) will be held from 1 March onwards.
Hosted by the Indo-Korean Cultural and Information Centre in Chennai, the festival will be organised by The Inko Centre in association with National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), National Film Archives (NFAI), The Directorate of Film Festivals of India (DFFI), The Indo-Cine Appreciation Foundation, Chennai, Women’s International Film Festival in Seoul and Sathyam Cinemas.
WFF, which ends on 8 March, will screen approximately 150 films produced in 30 countries. The films selected will be either those which are made by women directors or films made by male directors whose work presents a distinct women’s perspective.
The festival will also hold an international seminar on the subject The Eye Behind the Camera: Looking at Films.
First Published: Jan 30, 2009 14:49 IST