The 16th Annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles Announces Lineup and Gala Screenings

Festival to open with IN THE SHADOWS, starring Manoj Bajpayee, and conclude with festival favorite VILLAGE ROCKSTARS. Will include a memorial tribute screening of CHANDNI, starring the late, beloved Bollywood actress Sridevi. The lineup represents an impressive 12 languages and a strong list of first and second-time filmmakers, including 11 female filmmakers.

 

The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) announced today its galas and 2018 lineup of narrative and documentary features as well as short films for its 16th annual festival. Gala tickets and passes as well as regular screening tickets are now available at www.indianfilmfestival.org.

The festival is widely recognized as the premiere showcase of groundbreaking Indian cinema globally. IFFLA will take place April 11-15, 2018 at Regal L.A. LIVE: A Barco Innovation Center in Los Angeles. This is IFFLA’s second year in this state-of-the-art, world-class cinema in the heart of Los Angeles’ vibrant and developing downtown district. Zee Cinema is returning for a fourth year as presenting sponsor.

“This year’s lineup is a testament to the rich variety of genre, style and skill that exists within the Indian filmmaking community. We’re enormously proud to present this collection of exciting, inspiring, and challenging stories that are sure to make for a thrilling festival experience,” said Mike Dougherty, IFFLA’s Director of Programming.


The festival will open with IN THE SHADOWS, starring Manoj Bajpayee in a tour de force performance as a reclusive shopkeeper who vows to rescue his young neighbor from abuse at the hands of his father. The film premiered at the Mumbai Film Festival and features an impressive Bollywood cast that also includes Ranvir Shorey, Neeraj Kabi, Shahana Goswami and introduces Om Singh as the young boy. The film’s award-winning Los Angeles-based director Dipesh Jain - making his feature debut - will be in attendance along with star Manoj Bajpayee.

Festival will close with the Los Angeles premiere of VILLAGE ROCKSTARS, one of the most lauded Indian films on the festival circuit in the past year. The film premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival and is directed by emerging Indian filmmaker Rima Das. The film, written, shot, edited and directed by Das, is a touching coming of age story of a ten-year-old girl in a remote Assamese village who dreams of buying a guitar and starting her own rock band.

This year the festival will feature four world premieres, three North American premieres, two U.S. premieres, and 14 Los Angeles premieres. The lineup represents an impressive 12 languages and a strong list of first and second time filmmakers, including 11 female filmmakers.

The festival will also hold a memorial tribute to the late, beloved Bollywood actress Sridevi. IFFLA will screen a 2K print of Sridevi’s 1989 hit CHANDNI, courtesy of Yash Raj Films.

Highlights from the lineup include the U.S. Premiere of IFFLA alum Hansal Mehta’s 2017 Toronto Film Festival selection OMERTA, featuring rising Indian star Rajkummar Rao as notorious real-life terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh as well as THE ASHRAM, directed by Ben Rekhi and starring Sam Keeley, Melissa Leo, and Kal Penn. Rekhi brings together this star-studded cast for a story of mystical intrigue in the Himalayas. The film’s screening will be preceded by the world premiere of short film FIFTEEN YEARS LATER, directed by and starring Manish Dayal (THE HUNDRED-FOOT JOURNEY, VICEROY’S HOUSE, TV’s The Resident), and co-starring recent Golden Globe winner Rachel Brosnahan of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Matt McGorry (How to Get Away with Murder, Orange is the New Black), and Tracy Mulholland (CRAZY STUPID LOVE).

Other films in the lineup include the 2017 Toronto Film Festival selection THE HUNGRY, starring Bollywood royalty Naseeruddin Shah and Tisca Chopra in a modern retelling of Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus”; Devashish Makhija’s festival favorite AJJI, a revenge story centered on a woman seeking justice for her 10-year-old granddaughter after a brutal assault; Nila Madhab Panda’s eco-thriller DARK WIND; and a pair of Malayalam language features: Bash Mohammed’s delightful fish-out-of-water comedy PRAKASAN and TAKE OFF, featuring South Indian superstar Parvathy in the true story of courageous Indian nurses who travel to Iraq for work and find themselves thrust into a hostage negotiation with ISIS. Parvathy has received multiple accolades for the role, including Best Female Actor at the International Film Festival of India, the first time an Indian actor has been given this honor.

On the non-fiction side, Vaishali Sinha’s ASK THE SEXPERT, about 93-year-old sex advice columnist Dr. Mahinder Watsa, headlines a progressive group of documentaries that also includes Ann S. Kim and Priya Giri Desai’s LOVESICK, about Dr. Suniti Solomon’s matchmaking service for her HIV-positive patients, and UP DOWN AND SIDEWAYS, a stunning ethnographic portrait of an indigenous community and their remarkable musical traditions.

Several of the lineup’s talented filmmakers and actors will attend the festival, including Hansal Mehta (OMERTA), Bornila Chatterjee (THE HUNGRY), Vaishali Sinha (ASK THE SEXPERT), Nila Madhab Panda (DARK WIND), AJJI lead actress Sushama Deshpande, and many more.

Competing in the shorts program are 13 films including Sundance highlight COUNTERFEIT KUNKOO, directed by Reema Sengupta, the first Indian short to be featured in Park City in 15 years, and the world premiere of AN ESSAY OF THE RAIN, directed by IFFLA Grand Jury Prize winner Nagraj Manjule (FANDRY).


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About IFFLA

Now in its 16th year, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) is a nonprofit organization 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 is the premiere platform for the latest in cutting-edge global Indian cinema and bridges the gap between the two largest entertainment industries in the world – Hollywood and India. The festival will showcase more than 25 films from the Indian filmmaking community across the globe, host the highly anticipated Opening and Closing red carpet Galas, and the Closing Awards ceremony.

GALAS

OPENING NIGHT GALA

IN THE SHADOWS (Gali Guliyaan)

India/UK/2017/117mins/DCP/Hindi

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Dipesh Jain

Logline: A reclusive shopkeeper vows to rescue his young neighbor from abuse – even if he must use his illegal network of surveillance cameras hidden around Old Delhi to do so.

Dipesh Jain’s impressive feature debut centers on Khuddoos (Manoj Bajpayee), a shopkeeper living in self-imposed isolation within the walled city of Old Delhi. In lieu of human interaction, Khuddoos monitors the people in his neighborhood via a series of hidden cameras he’s placed throughout the streets and alleys. Whether he fancies himself an amateur police officer or is a Peeping Tom is open to interpretation, but when Khuddoos hears the sounds of a young boy suffering abuse at the hands of his father – somewhere outside the view of Khuddoos’ cameras – he is spurred to take action.

Star Manoj Bajpayee delivers a tour de force, effortlessly relaying the deep wells of trauma that motivate Khuddoos’ sympathy for the unknown boy. Equally praiseworthy is 14-year-old first-time actor Om Singh as Idris, the subject of Khuddoos’ search. This young man possesses the gravitas of an actor with decades of experience, able to communicate his life’s history with one wounded look. Jain creates an intense, enthralling mystery around the shared pain of these two indelible characters, and in the process announces himself as a fiercely talented storyteller.

CLOSING NIGHT GALA

VILLAGE ROCKSTARS




India/2017/87mins/DCP/Assamese

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Rima Das

Logline: A ten-year-old girl in a remote Assamese village dreams of buying a guitar and starting her own rock band.

Dhunu, a free-spirited tomboy, lives with her widowed mother and older brother as they struggle to get by in their small village in Assam. One day, after seeing a band at a local event playing with Styrofoam “guitars”, she dreams of owning a real one of her own and becoming a rockstar. She saves money and forms a supporting band with the local boys, but her rockstar hopes seem impossible without magical thinking. After an epic rainfall destroys the local crops, Dhunu is caught between the fantasy life of youth and the harsh reality of adulthood. Having shot the film in her own home village of Chhaygaon, filmmaker Rima Das, who is the film’s director, writer, editor, director of photography, production designer, costume designer and casting director, shows the beauty of the landscape and people without hiding from the culture of conformity that threatens young girls. Premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival, VILLAGE ROCKSTARS has a soul and vision rare in Indian cinema today and marks Das as a major emerging filmmaker.

TRIBUTE PRESENTATION

CHANDNI

India/1989/187mins/DCP/Hindi

Director: Yash Chopra

IFFLA is honored to present this special memorial tribute to the late Sridevi, courtesy of Yash Raj Films. CHANDNI is a glorious ode to one of the finest actors of her generation at the peak of her career, beloved for her prolific work in Hindi as well as South Indian cinema. Fans of the late Vinod Khanna will also relish his performance in this film with evergreen songs, unexpected pathos and unabashed melodrama. Nearly 30 years later, the film remains one of Yash Chopra’s finest, and enshrines Sridevi with a character that arguably most closely matches her vulnerable and graceful real life persona.

Logline: After her fiancé is paralyzed in an accident, Chandni relocates to Mumbai and falls for a charming widower. When the two men become friends, Chandni must decide whom she truly loves.


When gregarious Rohit (Rishi Kapoor) meets the soft-spoken Chandni (Sridevi) at a wedding, it is love at first sight. After some dashing song-and-dance wooing in the Swiss mountains, Chandni agrees to his proposal. Tragically, Rohit is partly paralyzed in an accident and pushes her away. Chandni relocates to Mumbai where she falls for Lalit, a charming widower (Vinod Khanna). On a business trip, Lalit meets Rohit and they become fast friends; he invites Rohit to meet his fiancée. Chandni is overjoyed to see her ex rehabilitated, but is also placed on the horns of a romantic dilemma.

DOCUMENTARY FEATURES

ASK THE SEXPERT

USA/India/2017/83mins/DCP/English, Hindi

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Vaishali Sinha

Logline: Meet Mumbai’s most popular, and controversial, newspaper columnist: 93-year-old sex expert Dr. Mahinder Watsa.

The most popular column in a daily newspaper in Mumbai is one people are hesitant to admit they read. With many states banning sex education in schools and a general taboo around any kind of public talk about sex, 93-year-old Dr. Mahinder Watsa’s column is a lifeline to millions. With humor and kindness, he addresses topics like masturbation, premature ejaculation, gender equality, and sexual pleasure in non-moralistic terms. In addition to the column, the need amongst the people for honest and factual discussion about sex leads him to answer hundreds of emails and even counsel couples and strangers who arrive at his home unannounced.

Dr. Watsa’s kindness and lifelong commitment to sex education and health has made him a willing combatant against the more conservative elements of Indian society that see his life’s work as immoral. With charm and joy, ASK THE SEXPERT shows the power of knowledge over ignorance.


LOVESICK

USA/2017/74mins/DCP/English, Tamil, Hindi

Los Angeles Premiere

Directors: Ann S. Kim and Priya Giri Desai

Logline: Realizing how damaging the fear of never being able to marry was for her HIV-positive Indian patients, one doctor sets up a matchmaking service to help them find love.

After discovering the first cases of HIV in India in 1986, Dr. Suniti Solomon left a prestigious academic job to build her own clinic focusing on treating HIV/AIDS patients. Several decades and breakthroughs in treatment later, her clinic is one of the highest regarded in the country and her patients are living longer lives. While surviving, some of her patients are not thriving. Being Indian, they feel immense societal and personal pressure to marry, but simultaneously face a stigma of being HIV-positive. Now in the twilight of her impressive career, Dr. Solomon takes the next step in her treatment by creating a matchmaking service for those seeking marriage. Through the service we meet Manu and Karthik, two of her patients who want to share their lives with someone but are fearful they never will. Shot over eight years and told with compassion and care, filmmakers Ann S. Kim and Priya Giri Desai give us a surprising and hopeful story about the universal healing ability of companionship and love.

UP DOWN AND SIDEWAYS

India/2017/83mins/DCP/Chokri

Los Angeles Premiere

Directors: Anushka Meenakshi and Iswar Srikumar

Logline: In a remote part of India, a co-operative of field workers has held off capitalism and Western pop culture by singing dazzling, polyharmonic folk songs, performed only when harvesting each other’s rice.

Directors Anushka Meenakshi and Iswar Srikumar took their camera to the farthest northeast corner of India to capture this ethnographic portrait of an indigenous community and their remarkable musical traditions. Villagers of Phet in the Nagaland region rely on rice cultivation as their primary means of subsistence. Together they form small teams called mülé, to work each other’s paddies year-round. As both men and women labor they sing lis, folk songs formally similar to the “call and response” style of African-American work music, but polyphonically more complex. The lyrics of love, friendship, strength and fatigue feel strikingly timeless and universal.

Lying on the border of Myanmar, the state of Nagaland has been fighting to preserve its cultural identity from Baptist missionaries as well as Indian government troops, permanently stationed there since a 1951 referendum on regional independence precipitated a federal crackdown. Despite the church’s efforts to divert singing to purely ecclesiastical purposes, the terraced hills around Phet are alive with the sound of mülés. This documentary should not be missed by music-loving IFFLA audiences.

NARRATIVE FEATURES

AJJI

India/2017/104mins/DCP/Hindi

North American Premiere

Director: Devashish Makhija

Logline: When a high-ranking politician’s son assaults her 10-year-old granddaughter and the police refuse to help, Ajji methodically devises a plan for revenge.

When 10-year-old Manda is brutally assaulted by Dhavle, a local politician’s violent and uncontrollable son, her family sees little hope for justice. Her parents – scraping by on meager earnings from technically illegal work – are scared into silence by a police force unwilling to hold the powerful accountable. Only Ajji, Manda’s aging grandmother, sees a path to vengeance. While Dhavle parades around town fearless of any reprisal, Ajji stealthily moves through dark alleys and butcher shops, methodically devising her plan for revenge.

Devashish Makhija’s engaging thriller casts a harsh eye on institutional corruption, inequality and above all, violence against women. In the title role, Sushma Deshpande brilliantly captures Ajji’s use of her status as an overlooked, underestimated woman to her advantage. Expected in her elder years to be docile, helpless and obedient, Ajji’s transformation into a determined avenging angel is riveting to watch, and her brutal revenge combined with Makhija’s sharp social commentary cuts deep.

THE ASHRAM

India/USA/2017/90mins/DCP/English

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Ben Rekhi

Logline: Jamie travels to the Himalayas, armed with nothing but a guilty conscience, to infiltrate a mysterious monastery that may be behind the disappearance of his ex-girlfriend.

Ben Rekhi brings together a star-studded cast for a story of mystical intrigue in the Himalayas with a twisty plot and startling climax that is sure to provoke discussion.

Following the trail of his missing ex-girlfriend, Jamie (Sam Keeley) discovers a remote monastery in the mountains founded by a guru with allegedly miraculous powers. As Jamie tries to pry secrets from the guru’s devoted acolytes (played by Kal Penn, Radhika Apte, and Oscar-winner Melissa Leo) he becomes more convinced that they know more about his lover’s disappearance than they’re telling him.

While employing the conventions of the religious cult thriller, Rekhi raises philosophical and metaphysical questions about the inherent corruption of those who seek power, even to do good, and the miracles of mindfulness.

DARK WIND (Kadvi Hawa)

India/2017/99mins/DCP/Hindi

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Nila Madhab Panda

Logline: The father of a struggling farmer clashes with his son’s vicious debt collector in this incisive portrait of climate change’s effects across India.

IFFLA regulars Sanjay Mishra (MASAAN, ANKHON DEKHI) and Ranvir Shorey (A DEATH IN THE GUNJ, TITLI) bring to life this sensitive yet pointed dramatization of climate change’s effects on a diverse cross-section of Indian society. In the Mahua region of Rajasthan, once known for flourishing farmlands, the ever-decreasing rainfall has left farmers without a crop to sell, and therefore with no money to repay their hefty bank loans. Hedu, the father of one such farmer, fears his son’s misfortune will lead him to drastic action. He pays a visit to a notorious debt collection officer, known as the “god of death” for his vicious tactics, looking to strike a bargain. But the agreement they reach might offer solutions for some, and total ruin for others.

Director Nila Madhab Panda masterfully constructs a thrilling story that – while it seeks to educate – plays more like great drama than as a didactic lecture. Through the engaging performances of his skilled cast, he makes tangible the desperation caused by an ever more unpredictable environment, and pays close attention to the deception and betrayal some must resort to in order to survive in such a harsh climate.

THE HUNGRY

UK, India/2017/100mins/DCP/Hindi

U.S. Theatrical Premiere

Director: Bornila Chatterjee

Logline: A wedding celebration between two powerful families erupts into deceit, revenge and murder in this update of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus.

In this all-star adaptation of Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus, the bard’s notoriously bloody tale of deceit and revenge is cleverly modernized by director Bornila Chatterjee and relocated to a sumptuous wedding celebration in Delhi. The approaching nuptials are meant to solidify a powerful union between the families of two business magnates – Tathagat (Naseeruddin Shah), the wealthy head of a corporate empire, will marry off his son to Tulsi (Tisca Chopra), the widow of his former partner. However, the sins of the father’s past have driven Tulsi to concoct a devious scheme for revenge, which threatens to set both families on an irreversible path to destruction.

Those familiar with Shakespeare’s play know that chaos is on the menu, and witnessing Chatterjee’s intricately designed re-telling unfold is a wicked delight. Though the film looks with both contempt and sympathy on its sprawling cast of characters, this is ultimately a biting, withering critique of a ruling class that’s long since abandoned any notions of selflessness or the greater good.

OMERTA

India/2017/96mins/DCP/Hindi, English, Urdu

U.S. Premiere

Director: Hansal Mehta

Logline: IFFLA alum Hansal Mehta directs rising star Rajkummar Rao in an examination of the life and crimes of notorious terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh.

Hansal Mehta returns to IFFLA with perhaps his most ambitious feature to date. Partnering once again with his muse, actor Rajkummar Rao, the two artists probe the life of British-born terrorist Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, a man believed to have, among other despicable acts, funded the events of 9/11. In order to sketch a portrait of Saeed, Mehta and Rao bring us uncomfortably close to the man, combining known biographical elements of Saeed’s life with reenactments of crimes Saeed has confessed to, or is generally believed to have committed – most notoriously, the kidnapping and murder of American journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002.

While Mehta doesn’t purport to understand, much less explain, Saeed’s motivations – nor does he pretend his actions are anything other than vile – his skillfully mounted film provides a document of a terrorist who, undoubtedly, has had a massive influence on world events in the last twenty years.

PRAKASAN

India/2017/84mins/DCP/Malayalam

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Bash Mohammed

Logline: Against the advice of friends and family, naïve Prakasan eagerly accepts a new job offer in the big city, but when he finds out that his duties consist of educating sassy sex-workers he realizes he’s the one who has a lot to learn.

In this witty and sweet fish-out-of-water comedy, director Bash Mohammed illustrates the virtues of cinematic simplicity in a classic story told with empathy and skill.

The outrageously endearing Dinesh Prabhakar plays the titular Prakasan, a young man lucky enough to be born into a paradisiacal forest brimming with fresh fruit where he can make love to his girlfriend in luminous natural pools. Yet Prakasan is dying to see the big city, so when he receives a job offer from a World Bank program, he happily leaves his idyllic home behind.

But his arrival in town is a shocking awakening. Nobody speaks his language, and even in their native tongue people don’t mean what they say. Most importantly, he discovers his new job is to educate sex-workers about public health, leading to comic misunderstandings but also to profound lessons. The result is an uplifting, clever story that is sure to delight IFFLA audiences.

TAKE OFF

India/2017/132mins/DCP/Malayalam

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Mahesh Narayanan

Logline: Inspired by actual events, a team of Indian nurses in Iraq finds themselves trapped behind enemy lines in the war against ISIS.

Sameera (Parvathy), a nurse in Kerala, is determined to move to Iraq in order to make more money and pay off her suffocating student loans. Her husband and his family disapprove, leading to a divorce and his taking custody of their young son. Still unwavering in her decision, she agrees to a marriage with her work colleague Shaheed (Boban) and the two move to Tikrit, Iraq in 2014. Despite assurances from Indian and Iraqi officials that things are normal, the two are quickly involved in the daily violence from ISIS forces. Soon the city falls and Sameera is trapped, forcing her and Indian diplomats into a complex negotiation for the lives of herself, the other nurses and her husband. Parvathy gives a mesmerizing and layered performance of Sameera, an independent, fierce, yet vulnerable woman, that has won her many accolades including the Best Female Actor Award at the International Film Festival of India, the first ever for an Indian actor. First-time director’s Mahesh Narayanan’s TAKE OFF is both a compelling thriller and an exciting example of contemporary Malayalam cinema.

SHORTS

ABSENT

USA/India/2017/16mins/DCP/English

Director: Sudarshan Suresh

Logline: When Zola runs into an old fling, she sees a fleeting chance to escape her mundane life of caring for her invalid mother.

Zola can barely keep her head above water between the demands of a stressful job and the heavy burden of taking care of her invalid elderly mother. When she runs into an old fling, she sees a fleeting chance to escape the mundane treadmill of her life, and just for one night indulge in some romance.

Award-winning IFFLA alum Sudarshan Suresh (“Khargosh/The Rabbit”) examines with honesty and impeccable precision complex emotions oscillating between resentment and deep affection, in this beautiful character study about the chains that bind us to those we love.

THE CAREGIVER

Israel/2018/12mins/DCP/Hebrew, English, Gujarati

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Ruthy Pribar

Logline: Following a short trip to visit his family back in India, Raj returns to his job in Israel as caregiver to an elderly man, only to discover that a Filipino woman has taken his place.

Following a short trip to visit his family back in India, Raj returns to Israel and his work as caregiver to an elderly man, only to be greeted by a Filipino woman who seems to have taken over his job. When it becomes clear that the old man prefers a female presence around the house, Raj must find a way to reclaim what he feels is rightfully his.

With a humanistic lens that equally honors the complex realities of all three characters, this perceptive and sharply directed film sheds light onto the harsh realities of immigrant workers struggling to survive in an increasingly ruthless world.

COUNTERFEIT KUNKOO

India/2017/15mins/DCP/Hindi, Marathi

Los Angeles Premiere

Director: Reema Sengupta

Logline: Having escaped an abusive marriage, Smita is looking to rent an apartment in Mumbai, and she would be the perfect candidate if not for her one glaring flaw: she is a single woman without a husband to vouch for her.

Having escaped an abusive marriage, Smita is looking to rent an apartment in Mumbai. She is hardworking, financially independent and reliable, and would make the perfect tenant, if not for a single, unpardonable flaw—she is a single woman with no husband to vouch for her.

Boldly punctuated by an unsettling visual design, this nuanced and haunting portrait of an uncompromising woman determined to claim her rightful space, rises into a powerful outcry against a patriarchal society’s deep-rooted system of discrimination and misogyny. The film premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

AN ESSAY OF THE RAIN

India/2017/26mins/DCP/Marathi

World Premiere

Director: Nagraj Manjule

Logline: A ten-year-old boy leading a harsh daily existence in a Maharashtra village blessed and cursed by merciless downpours, is given the homework assignment to write an essay in praise of rain.

Ten-year-old Raja leads a harsh daily existence in a Maharashtra village blessed and cursed by merciless downpours. Drenched and drained after an arduous day helping his drunken father and his mother with strenuous household chores, he must tend to his homework assignment and write an essay about the poetry and beauty of rain. But lush green mountains, flowing rivers, and magical rainbows are not what comes to mind for young Raja. His is another kind of essay on the rain.

Evocative cinematography and an unnerving soundscape make the pounding rain an unforgettable character in this film--omnipresent and unconquerable. Mixing raw realism with a dash of poetry and a gentle touch of humor, masterful storyteller Nagraj Manjule (FANDRY) delicately crafts a visceral and deeply moving tale about the disparities and ironies of life, and nature’s daunting reign.

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India,1,Assamese,1,Atanu Ghosh,1,Aya Hanabusa,1,Aya Itabe,1,Aynabaji,1,Baasansuren Nyamdavaa,1,Baby Ruth Villarama,1,Bad Poetry Tokyo,4,Badrul Hisham,1,Badrul Hisham Ismail,1,Baggage,1,Bala,2,BAMY,2,Bang Rajan,1,Bangkok Nites,3,Bangladesh,9,Banjong Pisanthanakun,1,Banmei Takahashi,1,Bash Mohammed,1,Battle of Memories,2,Battleship Island,1,Bauddhayan Mukherji,3,Bayin,1,Before We Vanish,2,Begum Jaan,2,Behind the Camera,1,Belgium,1,Ben Stykuc,12,Bengal,3,Bengali,10,Benny Chan,1,Best Movies,1,BFI,1,Bhutan,11,Big Boy,1,Big Tits Dragon,1,Billy Joe,2,Birdshot,2,Bitter Money,1,Black,1,Blade of the Immortal,1,Bleeding Steel,1,Bloodrunner Zero,1,Bloody Muscle Builder in Hell,1,Bluebeard,1,Boat People,1,Bollywood,6,Boo Junfeng,1,Born Bone Born,1,Branded to Kill,2,Breathless,1,Broken Sword Hero,1,Brothers in Heaven,1,Bunny Drop,1,Burma,1,Burning Birds,2,Bystanders,1,Byun Sung-Hyun,2,Call Boy,2,Call of Heroes,1,Cambodia,8,Camera Japan,10,Caniba,1,Cannes Film Festival,5,Céline Tran,1,Chan Chi-Fat,1,Chandni,1,Chang,2,Chang Tso-chi,1,Chang Zheng,1,Chapman To,1,Chen Hung-i,2,Chen Kaige,1,Chen Kuo-fu,1,Chen Mei-Juin,1,Cheng Cheng Films,2,Cheung Yin-kei,1,Children Heaven,1,China,83,China Blue,1,China Yellow,1,Chinese Policy Institute,7,Chinese Shadows,5,Chinese Visual Festival,1,Ching-lin Chan,1,Chiu Sin Hang,1,Cho Keun-Hyun,1,Cho Sun-ho,1,Choi Jin-ho,1,Choi Jin-won,1,Choi Min-sik,1,Chookiat Sakveerakul,1,Chris Berry,1,Chronicles of Hari,1,Chu Yuan,1,Chung Ji-young,1,Chung Mong-Hong,1,Chungking Express,1,CineAsia,2,Cinemawala,1,City of Rock,1,Claire's Camera,1,Close Knit,1,Close-Knit,4,Cloudy,1,Cocolors,3,Coffeemates,1,Cold Fish,1,Colette Balmain,15,Colour of the Game,1,Come Drink With Me,1,Competition,2,Confessions,1,Contact Info,1,Corey Yuen,1,Creative Visions: Hong Kong Cinema,1,Criminal City,1,Crocodile,1,Crosscurrent,2,Crows Zero,1,Cyrano Agency,1,Da Peng,1,Daguerreotype,1,Daigo Matsui,1,Daihachi Yoshida,1,Daisuke Gotô,2,Daisuke Miura,2,Daisuke Miyazaki,5,Danny and Oxide Pang,1,Dante Lam,1,Dark Side of the Light,1,Dark Wind,1,David Chew,7,David Chew.,1,David Shin,1,Davy Chou,1,Dawn of the Felines,2,Dawn Wind in My Poncho,1,Ddongpari,1,Dead Friend,1,Dead Sushi,1,Deadly Outlaw: Rekka,1,Dear Zindagi,1,Dechen Roden,1,Dechen Roder,1,Deepak Rauniyar,1,Derek Chiu,2,Derek Hui,2,Derek Tsang,2,Destruction Babies,1,Devashish Makhija,1,Devasish Makhija,1,Diary of June,1,Dibakar Banerjee,1,Didi Saleh,1,Die Tomorrow,1,Digger,1,Dileesh Pothan,1,Ding Shen,1,Ding Sheng,2,Dismembered,1,Documentaries,34,Documentary,4,Doenjang,1,Don Anelli,34,Dong Yue,1,Double Life,1,Double Vision,1,Dr. Heo,1,Dragonfly Eyes,1,drama,1,Duckweed,1,Duelist,1,Dust of Angels,1,East Winds Film Festival,1,Eastern Promises,1,Eddie Cahyono,1,Edmund Yeo,5,Educating Yuna,1,Eiji Uchida,3,Eliana,1,Emma aka Mother,1,Emmanuel Horlaza,1,Enter the Warriors Gate,1,Eric Tsang,1,Erich Khoo,1,Erik Matti,1,Erotic Diary of an Office Lady,1,Eternal Summer,1,Eureka,7,Evil and the Mask,1,Exploitation,46,Explosion,1,Fabricated City,1,Fantasia International Film Festival,24,Far East Film Festival,13,Fatal Countdown: Reset,2,Fathers,1,Faye Wong,1,Features,27,Feautures,1,FEFF20,2,Fel,8,Feng Xiaogang,1,Fermented,1,Festivals,18,Filmddo,1,Filmdoo,22,Fire Lee,1,Fires on the Plain,1,Fireworks,1,Fireworks Should We See It from the Side or the Bottom?,2,Five Flavors Festival,3,Five Flavours,29,Five Flavours Festival,20,Florence Chan,1,Flying Fish,1,Forbidden Door,2,Forgetting Vietnam,1,Fove Flavours,1,France,3,Fraser Elliott,1,Free and Easy,3,From Vegas to Macau III,1,Fruit Chan,2,Fujian Blue,1,Fullmetal Alchemist,1,Fumihiko Sori,1,Funeral Parade of Roses,1,Funuke Show Some Love,1,Fuyuhiko Nishi,1,Gangs of Wasseypur,1,Gareth Evans,3,Gauri Shinde,1,Geng Jun,3,Ghafara Harashta,1,Giddens Ko,1,Gillian Anderson,1,God Man Dog,1,God of War,1,Godspeed,2,Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters,1,Going the Distance,1,Golden Cousin,2,Golden Horse Awards,1,Golden Slumbers,1,Good -Bye Silence,2,Goodbye Grandpa,2,Gordon Chan,1,Goro Miyazaki,1,Grab the Sun,1,Guo Jian-yong,2,Gurgaon,1,H. Tjut Djalil,1,H. Vinoth,1,Haibin Du,1,Han Han,1,Han Jie,1,Hanae Kan,1,Hanagatami,1,Hanging Garden,1,Hanuman,1,Haobam Paban Kumar,1,Hapkido,1,Happiness,1,Happy Together,1,Harikatha Prasanga,1,Harishchandrachi Factory,1,Hashiguchi Takaaki,1,Haunters,1,Have A Nice Day,1,HBO,2,Heart Attack,1,Heather Lenz,1,Heiward Mak,1,Helldriver,1,Hello Goodbye,1,Helsinki Cine Aasia Festival 2018,5,Hema Hema: Sing Me a Song While I Wait,1,Hemlock Society,1,Her Own Address,1,Herman Yau,4,Heung-Boo: The Revolutionist,1,Hidden Gems,77,Hideen Gems,1,Hideo Sakaki,1,High-Kick Girl,1,Highheels,1,Hindi,10,Hiro Aihara,1,Hirobumi Watanabe,2,Hirokazu Koreeda,4,Hiroshi Ando,1,Hiroshi Shoji,1,Hiroshi Teshigahara,1,Hiroyuki Kawasaki,1,Hiroyuki Seshita,1,Hisayasu Sato,1,HKETO,1,Ho Yuhang,3,Holy Island,1,Honeygiver Among the Dogs,2,Hong Ki-Seon,1,Hong Kong,50,Hong Kong Godfather,1,Hong Sang-soo,2,Hongkong,1,Horror,4,Hou Hsiao-hsien,1,Hsien Chun-yi,1,Hsu Hsiao-ming,1,Huang Fend,1,Huang Hsin-Yao,1,Huang Huang,1,Huang Hui-chen,2,HUANG Xi,1,Huang Ying-hsiung,1,Husband Killers,1,Hwang Dong-Hyuk,1,Hwang Jung-min,1,I Am A Hero,1,I Am God,1,I Have Nothing to Say,2,I Lin-liu,1,I Saw the Devil,1,I Wish,1,I-Lin Liu,18,ICA,3,Icarus Films,9,IFFLA,5,IFFR,2,Im Kyeong-soo,1,Imran Firdaus,1,Imran Fridaus,1,Imtiaz Ali,2,In a Defiled World,3,In the Absence of the Sun,1,In this Corner of the World,3,Inchul Lee,1,India,74,Indonesia,21,Initiation Love,1,International Chinese Film Festival,1,International Film Festival Rotterdam,23,Interview,3,Interviews,90,Intimate Confessions of a Chinese Courtesan,1,Inugami,1,Inuyashiki,1,Ip Man: The Final Fight,1,Iran,8,Isao Yukisada,2,Ishmael Bernal,1,Ishqiya,1,Isora Iwakiri,1,Iswar Srikumar,1,J.P. Sniadecki,1,Jaatishwar,1,Jab Harry Met Sejal,1,Jackie Chan,6,Jagat,1,Jagga Jasoos,1,Jailbreak,4,James Mudge,1,Jang Chang-won,1,Jang Hoon,1,Jang Joon-hwan,1,Japan,263,Japan Cuts,15,Japan Film Festival Australia,1,Japan Filmfest Hamburg,16,Japan Foundation Touring Programme,3,Japan the Emperor and the Army,1,Japan. Reviews,1,Japanese Film Festival Australia,2,Jean-Marc Therouanne,1,Jean-Paul Ly,1,Jeong Byeong-gil,1,Jeong Jae-eun,1,Jeong Yun-Cheol,1,Jeonju International Film Festival,3,Jero Yun,1,Jess Teong,1,Jesse V. Johnson,1,Jet Leyco,2,Jia Zhangke,2,Jigoku,1,Jimmy Henderson,4,Jin Xingzheng.,1,Jithin K Mohan,16,Joby Varghese,1,Joe Odagiri,2,John Abraham,1,Johnnie To,2,Johnny Ma,1,Joko Anwar,6,Jonathan Cianfrani,1,Jonathan Li,1,Jonathan Wilson,10,Jonathan Yi,1,Joo Ji-hong,1,Josh Parmer,1,Journey of the Tortoise,1,Joy of Man's Desiring,1,July Jung,1,Jun Ichikawa,1,Jun Li,1,Jun Tanaka,3,Jung Byung-gil,2,Jung Sik,1,Jung Yoon-suk,1,Junichi Kajioka,2,Junk Head,1,Junpei Mizusaki,1,Justice in Northwest,1,K-dramas,12,Kaasan Mom’s Life,1,Kala,1,Kam Ka-Wai,1,Kamila Andini,1,Kaneto Shindo,2,Kang Je-gyu,1,Kang Yoon-Sung,2,Kara Hui,1,Karan Johar,1,Katsuya Tomita,3,Katsuyuki Motohiro,1,Kaushik Ganguly,1,Kazuya Shiraishi,2,kdrama,1,Ke Guo,1,Keep Calm and Be a Superstar,1,Kei Chikaura,1,Kei Horie,1,Kei Ishikawa,1,Keishi Otomo,1,Keishimi Oto,1,Ken and Kazu,1,Kengo Yagawa,1,Kenichi Ugaba,1,Kenichi Ugana,1,Kenichi Watanabe,1,Kenji Yamauchi,1,Kentaro Hagiwara,1,Kesang P. Jigme,1,Kfc,2,Khavn,2,Khosla Ka Ghosla!,1,Khushboo Ranka,1,Khyentse Norbu,2,Kiko Boksingero,1,Kill me,1,Killing Beauty,1,Kim Bong-han,1,Kim Eun-hee,1,Kim Hong-seon,1,Kim Hong-Sun,1,Kim Hyun-seok,1,Kim Jee-woon,4,Kim Jin-Mook,1,Kim Jong-Kwan,1,Kim Joo-hwan,1,Kim Ki-duk,5,Kim Kih-hoon,1,Kim Min Su kII,1,Kim Min-suk,1,Kim Seong-hoon,1,Kim Tae-kyeong,1,Kim Whee,1,Kim Yong-hwa,1,King Hu,2,Kingyo,2,Kirsten Tan,1,Kirti Raj Singh,1,Kiss me,1,Kiyoshi Kurosawa,5,Kôbun Shizuno,1,Kodoku Meatball Machine,1,Koji Fukada,1,Koji Wakamatsu,1,Komiya Masatetsu,1,Kon Ichikawa,2,Konkona Sen Sharma,1,Konrad Aderer,2,Korea,2,korean drama,1,Kotoko,1,Kristina Aschenbrennerova,1,Krzysztof Pietrzak,1,Kun-Yu Lai,14,Kung Fu Yoga,1,Kusama Infinity,1,Kwak Kyung-taek,2,Kyoko Miyake,2,Kyriacos Kyriacou,3,Labour of Love,1,Lady of the Lake,1,Lady Snowblood,2,Lam Wingsum,1,Laos,3,Laughing Under the Clouds,1,Lawrence Ah Mon,1,Le Binh Giang,2,Le Bình Giang,2,Leandro E. Seta,2,Lebanon,1,Lee An-gyu,1,Lee Byeong-Hun,1,Lee Byung-Hun,1,Lee Chang-Hee,1,Lee Je-Yong,1,Lee Joo-young,1,Lee Jung-sun,1,Lee Kwang-kuk,1,Lee Kyoung-mi,1,Lee Myung-se,1,Lee Sa-rang,1,Lee Seo-goon,1,Leena Alam,1,Legend of the Demon Cat,1,Legend of the Mountain,1,Leo Zhang,1,Leon Lai,1,Leste Chen,3,Leung Wing-Fai,1,Ley Lines,1,Lhaki Dolma,1,Li Cheuk-shing,1,Li Hongqi,1,Li Ruijun,1,Liang Ying,1,Life on the Line,2,Lijo Jose Pellissery,1,Like Father,1,Like Son,1,Lim Kah-wai,2,Lim Sang-yoon,1,Lists,13,Little Big Soldier,1,Little Forest,2,Little Shop of Grotesque,1,Little Shop of Horrors,1,Liu Jian,1,Liu Jiayin,2,Liu Yang He,1,Liu Yang River,1,Liu Yulin,1,Live from Dhaka,2,Live Up To Your Name,1,Loi Bao,1,London Korean Film Festival,5,Los Angeles Indian Festival,22,Lost Serenade,1,Love,1,Love and Other Cults,3,Love Education,1,Lovely Man,1,Lovers Are Wet,1,Lovesick,1,Lowlife Love,1,Lucien Castaing-Taylor,1,Lucky Kuswandi,1,Lyberis,4,Machines,1,Mad Tiger,1,Mad World,5,Made in Hong Kong,2,Madman,2,Mahde Hasan,1,Mahesh Narayanan,1,Mai Chan's Daily Life: The Movie,1,Majid Majidi,1,Makoto Shinkai,1,Malayalam,7,Malaysia,17,Mama,1,Mamoru Hosoda,1,Manish Gupta,1,Manny Araneta,2,March Comes in like a Lion,1,Maria Georgiou,26,Mario Cornejo,1,Mark Gallagher,1,Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts,3,Mary Jirmanus Saba,1,Masaaki Yuasa,2,Masaan,1,Masaharu Take,1,Masahiro Shinoda,1,Masakazu Sugita,1,Masaki Adachi,1,Masanori Tominaga,1,Masaru Konume,1,Masato Harada,2,Masato Ozawa,2,Masatoshi Kurakata,1,Matt Cooper,19,Matthew D. Johnson,1,Matthias Hoene,1,Maundy Thursday,1,Mayaanadhi,1,Mayurakshi,1,Meghe Dhaka Tara,1,Memoir of a Murderer,1,Merantau,1,Mermaid,1,Miaoyan Zhang,1,Michael Haertlein,1,Michelle Hung Tsz-ching,2,Midi Z,1,Midnight Runners,1,Midori Impuls,4,Midori The Camelia Girl,1,Mikhail Red,4,Milk the Maid,1,Minamata: The Victims and Their World,1,Ming-Yeh Rawnsley,1,Minoru Kunizawa,1,Mira Nair,1,Miss Zombie,1,Miwa Nishikawa,2,Mohammad Rasoulof,1,Mohammad-Reza Lotfi,1,Mon Mon Mon Monsters,1,Mong-Hong Chung,2,Mongolia,2,Monika S-r,1,Monologue,1,Moon Lovers,1,Moon So-ri,1,Mototsugu Watanabe,4,Mouly Surya,3,Mountains May Depart,2,Mourning Forest,1,Movie,2,Moving,1,Mr Long,1,Mr. Socrates,1,Mrs Fang,1,Mrs K,2,Mukti Bhawan (Hotel Salvation),1,Mumon: The Land of Stealth,1,Museum,1,My Beloved Yak,1,My Dad and Mr Ito,1,My Heart is that Eternal Rose,1,My Hero Chihiro,1,Myanmar,1,Mystics in Bali,1,Nah Hyeon,1,Namiya,1,Nanachan,1,Nandita Roy,1,Naoko Ogigami,5,Naomi Kawase,3,Naosuke Kurosawa,1,Naoyuki Tomomatsu,3,Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit,2,Neeraj Ghaywan,1,Neko Atsume House,1,Neomanila,2,Nepal,1,Nervous Translation,1,Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival,1,Never Ending Blue,1,New Neighbor,2,New World,1,New York Indian Film Festival,1,News,13,Newton,1,Nicholas Poly,4,Night Bus,1,Night is Short,1,Night is Short Walk on Girl,1,Night of the Felines,1,Nikhil Allug,1,Nikkatsu,1,Nikola Cekic,1,Nila Madhab Panda,2,Ninja Pussy Cat,1,Nirbaak,1,Niwatsukino Norihiro,1,No Where,2,No. 1 Chung Ying Street,2,Noboru Iguchi,1,Noboru Tanaka,1,Noboru Uguchi,1,Nobuhiko Obayashi,2,Nobuhiro Yamashita,2,Nobuo Nakagawa,2,Nobuyuki Takeuchi,2,Noise,2,Non-fiction Diary,1,Norbu,1,Noriaki Tsuchimoto,1,Norihiro Niwatsukino,1,Norjmaa,1,Norman England,2,North Korea,2,Now Here,2,Nurse Diary: Beast Afternoon,1,NYAFF,34,Nyamdavaa Baasansuren,1,NYIFF,1,Odd Obsession,1,Oh In-Chun,1,Old Boy,2,Old Stone,1,Old-School Kung-Fu Fest,3,Omar Rasya Joenoes,4,On the Job,1,On The Line Festival,3,On the Run,1,One Cut of the Dead,1,One Man's China,1,Onibaba,1,Operation Red Sea,1,Ophilia,1,Ordinary Person,1,Orson McClellan Mochizuki,1,Osaka Asian Film Festival,12,Osamu Sato,1,Our Happy time,1,Our Time Will Come,1,Outrage Coda,1,Over the Fence,1,Oxhide,1,Oxhide II,1,Oxide Pang,1,Pad Man,1,Padmavati,2,Pai Kau,2,Palatpol Mingpornpichit,2,Pale Flower,1,Panos,1,Panos Kotzathanasis,293,Paresh Mokashi,1,Park Chan-wook,2,Park Hee-joon,1,Park Hoon-Jung,3,Park In-je,1,Park Ki- hyung,1,Park Kwang-hyun,1,Parkpoom Wongpoom,1,Party Round the Globe,1,Passage of Life,1,Past and Future,1,Patrick Hofmeister,72,Patrick Tam,1,Pedro Morata,10,Peerachai Kerdsint,1,Pelden Dorji,1,Pema "Tintin" Tshering,1,Pema Tshering,1,Pen-Ek Ratanaruang,2,Peng Xiaolian,1,Pengfei,2,Pepe Diokno,1,Peque Gallaga,1,Perfect Blue,2,Peter Chan,1,Peter Chen,1,Phanumad Disattha,1,Philippines,19,Pieter - Jan Van Haecke,4,Pieter-Jan Van Haecke,8,Pink Eiga,15,PinkEiga.TV,6,pinku eiga,1,Pinneyum,1,Poet on a Business Trip,1,Poolside Man,1,Pop Aye,1,Posto,1,Prakasan,1,Press Release,2,Priya Giri Desai,1,Prophecy,1,Proshoon Rahmaan,2,Psychic,1,Pumpkin and Mayonnaise,1,Queen of Triads,1,R.Balki,1,Rabbit and Lizard,1,Radiance,1,Rage. Lee Sang-il,1,Rahul Jain,1,Railway Sleepers,1,Rainy Dog,1,Raja Mukhriz,1,Rajkumar Gupta,1,Ram,1,Ram Gopal Varma,1,Randy Mckenzie,4,Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead,1,Rape Zombie: Lust of the Dead 2,1,Ravine of Goodbye,1,Re:Born,1,Real,1,Realism,1,Red Beard,1,Red Persimmons,1,Rei Sakamoto,1,Reipu zonbi: Lust of the dead 3,1,Resistance at Tule Lake,1,Respeto,2,Resurrection,1,Revenge: A love story,1,Review,9,Reviews,306,Reviews.,2,Reviews. Panos Kotzathanasis,1,Rima Das,1,Riri Riza,3,Ritwik Ghatak,2,River of Exploding Durians,2,River's Edge,3,Robin Weng,1,Roger Lee,2,Roman Porno,1,Ronja,1,Rouge,1,Rouven Linnarz,1,Roya Sadat,2,Running on Karma,1,Russia,1,RV: Resurrected Victims,1,Ryoo Seung-wan,2,Ryota Sakamaki,1,Ryu Kaneda,1,Ryuki,1,Ryutaro Ninomiya,2,S. Korea,74,S.Korea,2,Saayak Santra,9,Sabrina Baracetti,1,Sabu,4,Sade Sato,1,Salaam Bombay,1,Samui Song,1,San Diego Asian Film Festival,17,San Diego Film Festival,2,Sanjay Leela Bhansali,2,Sanjeewa Pushpakumara,2,Sankha Ray,33,Sarita Khurana,1,Satan's Slaves,3,Satoru Hirohara,1,Satoshi Kon,3,Satya,1,Satyajit Ray,2,Say Yes,1,Sayandeep Bandyopadhyay,6,Scarlet Heart,1,Score,1,Sea Fog,1,Seijun Suzuki,3,Sekigahara,1,Serga Mathang,1,Sexy S.W.A.T. 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Asian Film Vault: The 16th Annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles Announces Lineup and Gala Screenings
The 16th Annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles Announces Lineup and Gala Screenings
Festival to open with IN THE SHADOWS, starring Manoj Bajpayee, and conclude with festival favorite VILLAGE ROCKSTARS. Will include a memorial tribute screening of CHANDNI, starring the late, beloved Bollywood actress Sridevi. The lineup represents an impressive 12 languages and a strong list of first and second-time filmmakers, including 11 female filmmakers.
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