Friday , 22 February 2019


‘Goa is the best venue for everything’

How does it feel to be a part of 44th IFFI?
It feels great. I am honoured to be part of such a film festival. I came to IFFI two years ago with some friends and watched some amazing movies. We made a special trip to Goa by train and stayed in Candolim.
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IFFI 2013, makes international strides

On November 20, Academy Award winning American actor Susan Sarandon will light the inaugural lamp and set in motion the 11-day International Film Festival of India 2013, thus putting into practice the ‘conscious decision’ of the Union Ministry of Information and
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Not so ‘reluctant’ Mira Nair

Filmmaker, Mira Nair’s film, ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ which was the closing film of the 43rd IFFI, Goa is a dialogue between east and west. During an interaction with the media she spoke about the movie, her films and why she will not make sequels

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Intensity and emotions in films are key for winning an Oscar Award

Ashok Amritraj, a tennis player in love with movies, is today India’s Ambassador to Hollywood. He has come a long way from his childhood days in Madras where he saw the film ‘Sound of Music’ a record 34 times. Heading Hyde Park Entertainment, a film production company based in Los Angeles, he has produced 100 films over the last two decades. He speaks about his interesting journey from tennis to films and further

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IFFI Diary Day – 10

By Sachin Chatte

so the curtains are all set to come down on the 43rd International Film Festival of India. For film buffs, these are the best 10 days in Goa. It is also an opportunity to cleanse the heart and soul from the Raaz, Kya Super Kool Hain Hum’s and other Hollywood trash.

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