IFFK: Seven films in 'Indian Cinema Now' section
Seven films from different Indian languages would be screened in the "Indian Cinema Now" section at the 17th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) to be held here from December 7 to 14.movie reviews Updated: Nov 07, 2012 17:16 IST
Seven films from different Indian languages would be screened in the "Indian Cinema Now" section at the 17th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) to be held here from December 7 to 14.
Besides this section, an exclusive section of Indian films, titled Top Angle including movies which had won accolades at various film festivals would also be screened at the IFFK, sources at the Kerala State Chalachitra Academy, the organisers of the event, said.
Chitrangada (The Crownish Wish/Bengali) by Rituparno Ghosh, Cosmic Sex (Amitabh Chakraborty-Bengali), Samhita (Sumitra Bhave-Sunil Sukhtandar/Marathi), Shabdo (Sound/Kaushik Ganguly/Bengali), Tears of Nandigram (Sarfaraz Alam Shyamal Karmakar/Bengali), Cheeka (The Crier/Adeyapartha Rajan/Hindi) and Bandhon (Waves of Silence/Jahnu Barua/Assamese) are the films included in the Indian Cinema Now section.
In the Top Angle category, 500x5 (Tamil/Reghu Jegnathan), Deool (Marathi/ Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni, Drapchi (English/Arvind Iyer), Miss Lovely (Hindi/Ashim Ahluwalia), Koormavatara (Kannada/Girish Kasaravali), The Ballad of Rustom (Hindi/Ajitha Suchitra Veera) and Touring Talkies (Marathi/Gajendra Ahire would be screened.
Seven films would also be screened in the 'Malayalam Cinema Today' section, the sources said.
First Published: Nov 07, 2012 15:45 IST