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Screening of Feature and Non-Feature Films selected for the Indian Panorama section of the 44th International Film Festival of India, 2013.
Free and open to all.
Siri Fort Auditorium Complex,
About the event:
26 Feature Films and 16 Non-Feature Films in 16 languages will be screened.
Feature films selected in the Indian Panorama, 2013 which will be screened are:
Paan Singh Tomar (Hindi), Listen Amaya (Hindi), The Coffin Maker (English/Konkani), Meghe Dhaka Tara (Bengali), Omg Oh My God (Hindi), Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Hindi), Ajana Batas (Bengali), Celluloid (Malayalam), Artist (Malayalam), Ship Of Theseus (English/Hindi), Thangameengal (Tamil), Phoring (Bengali), Kanyaka Talkies (Malayalam), 101 Chodyangal (Malayalam), Kunjananthante Kada (Malayalam), Baga Beach (Konkani), Shutter (Malayalam), Jal (Hindi), Astu (Marathi), Sala Budha (Oriya), Satyanweshi (Bengali), Apur Panchali(Bengali), Tapaal (Marathi), Ko:yad (Mising), Fandry (Marathi) & Bharath Stores (Kannada).
The Non-Feature films which will be screened are:
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