India’s 51st International Film Festival (IFFI) on Tuesday announced a slate of 12 foreign films, which will be screened under the Kalidoscope section of the upcoming film festival.
Three French films have made this stream, including Knight of the Kings of Philippe Lacotte, filmmaker Emmanuelle Murat’s romantic-comedy Love Affair (s) and drama-comedy The Big Hit, starring Imamuel Courcol.
Every year, the Kaleidoscope section showcases films by hand, representing the best cinema around the world.
Filmmaker Alex Piperno’s Window Boy would also like to have a submarine from Uruguay; Columbia’s Forgotten We will be performed by director Fernando Trueba; Filmmaker Mohanad Hayal’s Iraqi drama Haifa Street; We Still Have Deep Black Night Gustavo Galvão (Brazil, Germany); And director Mantas Kevedevicius’ Parthenon (Lithuania) will also be featured in this section.
Other features include Apple by Christos Nico, Greece’s entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards; My younger sister (Switzerland) of Stephanie Chuat and Veronique Raymond; Dani Rosenberg’s Israeli title The Death of Cinema and My Father Two; And Lake Majewski’s Valley of the Gods from Poland.
The IFFI, which takes place in Goa from 20–28 November every year, was postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic and will now be held from 16 January to 24 January. In the 51st edition, a total of 224 films will be screened under different categories. Which will be conducted in a hybrid format in view of the coronovirus epidemic.