London Indian Film Festival Goes Online with Satyajit Ray Short Film Winners

London Indian Film Festival Goes Online with Satyajit Ray Short Film Winners
The London Indian Film Festival is to go online, launching its own streaming platform with a selection of winners from the Satyajit Ray Short Film Competition.

Due to be held in June this year, Liff has gone digital because of coronavirus restrictions and will show movies online in a range of South Asian languages.

Working with New Zealand’s Shift 72, which launched Cph:Dox online in March, the new U.K. geo-blocked platform launches with the award winners of the last nine years of the Satyajit Ray Short Film Competition.

The ‘London Indian Film Festival at Home’ platform is viewable at loveliffathome.com.

The showcased short films have been programmed together for the first time and include early works by Neeraj Ghaywan, the director of Cannes Fipresci and Prix de l’Avenir winner “Masaan,” and Shubashish Bhutiani, the director of “Hotel Salvation” whose short film “Kush” (pictured above) won in 2014.

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