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Indian Film Festival Of Los Angeles

April 6-10, 2016

Los Angeles, US

What’s It All About?

In its 14th edition, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) is a non-profit organisation devoted to a greater appreciation of Indian cinema and culture by showcasing films and promoting the diverse perspectives of the Indian diaspora.

The five-day festival provides a platform to premiere the latest, cutting-edge global Indian cinema and bridge the gap between the two entertainment industries – Hollywood and Indian cinema. The festival will showcase more than 25 films from
the Indian filmmaking community across the globe including 16 features and 11 shorts. IFFLA will host the three world premieres of Indian films, 10 US premieres and two North American premieres.

The festival will also features two LGBT titles, Hansal Mehta’s politically-charged Aligarh and the short Daaravtha by Nishant Roy Bombarde. It will also host the highly anticipated opening and closing red carpet galas, and the closing awards ceremony.

 

Watch Out For!

OPENING NIGHT GALA

Angry Indian Goddesses

Director Pan Nalin’s film is a story of an eclectic group of women who get together in Goa to celebrate the impending nuptials of a close mutual friend. Their lives change as a wild bachelorette party turns into a tragic accident. Sparks fly as they each one discovers the power and the fury of
the angry goddess who lies within each of them.

FEATURES

Aligarh

Beeba Boys

Brahman Naman

Crd

For The Love Of A Man

Island City

Kirumi

Kothanodi

Masaan

Ottaal

Parched

Umrika

Visaaranai

SHORTS

Ashrut

Babu’s Dilemma

Bunny

Chhaya

Daaravtha

Leeches

Love Comes Later

Mast Qalandar

Mochi

Playgrounds

The Manliest Man

 

CLOSING NIGHT GALA

Waiting

Anu Menon’s Waiting explores the anatomy of grief. It is the story of two strangers – an elderly Professor Shiv Natraj (Naseeruddin Shah) and the newly married Tara Kapoor (Kalki Koechlin) – who meet in hospital as their respective spouses are in a coma. Despite the age difference, they strike a rapport through the trials of waiting and grief.

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