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Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) concluded with Awards Night

      2015 INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL OF LOS ANGELES ANNOUNCES AWARD WINNERS FOUR COLORS (CHAURANGA) receives Grand Jury Prize for Best Feature Audience Choice Awards go to THE CROW’S EGG for Best Narrative Feature, TOMORROW WE DISAPPEAR for Best Documentary, and JOURNEY (SAFAR) for Best Short Best Short winner is DANDEKAR MAKES A SANDWICH The 13th annua...

KASHISH 2013 looks to crowd funding

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  Mumbai International Queer Film Fest hops on to social media to raise funds After tasting success in 2012, KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival 2013 – India’s biggest LGBT film fest –is once again turning to the social media phenomenon of crowd funding to raise finances. Aimed at keeping the festival free and accessible to audiences, organisers say crowd funding also gives audience a feeling of ownership. ``Crowd funding is not just a means to raise money,...

Route 66 Documentary

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  Czech director based in Los Angeles, Ester Brym, has a new film in the works. After her multi-Award winning feature Butterflies that profiled the Internet celebrity, her 2nd feature is much more personal and visually stunning. Autumn of Route 66  documents ones journey through the history, the incredible experience of driving the first American highway, Mother of all roads, the Route 66. Brym is currently in late post-production stage and raising finishing funds to complete the ...

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Teaser for new feature documentary by director Ester Brym, the Autumn of Route 66

Hamac Cazíim

Director: H. Paul Moon.
Hamac Cazíim tells the story of punk rock musicians from an indigenous tribe called the Seri nation, or Comcáac, who are using music to maintain their ancestral language and culture despite a long history of colonialists, missionaries, and modernization. The Comcáac are a nomadic people who live in a place of mystic beauty along the Gulf of California, where the mountains meet the desert meet the sea. Despite this isolation, the problems of modernization—and extinction of sacred animals—threaten their indigenous identity. To fight against these dangers, the band Hamac Cazíim was formed. Converging these themes of music, tribes, and endangered species, the film delivers a tuneful meditation on the universal challenge to preserve native identity, and the power of music to stage that fight.

New York Indian Film Festival

The New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) is the oldest, most prestigious film festival screening premieres of feature, documentary and short films made from, of, and about the Indian subcontinent in the Independent, arthouse, alternate and diaspora genres. Five days of screenings, post-screening discussions, industry panels, award ceremony, special events, nightly networking parties, red carpet galas, media attention and packed audiences build an awareness of Indian cinema, entertain & educate North Americans about the real India, and add to the amazing cultural diversity of New York City. Please visit: www.iaac.us/NYIFF2014/index.htm

San Diego Asian Film Festival

The 14th Annual San Diego Asian Film Festival (SDAFF)  was held November 7-16, 2013.   SDAFF is one of the largest showcases of Pan-Asian Cinema in North America with over 120 films premiering from over 20 different countries. For more information please visit www.sdaff.org or contact info@sdaff.org

Recently named by USA Today as one of the 10 reasons to visit San Diego, the annual San Diego Asian Film Festival is the flagship event of Pacific Arts Movement (formerly the San Diego Asian Film Foundation), a non-profit media arts organization specializing in Asian and Asian American cinema.

Founded in 2000, the Festival has grown to become the largest exhibition of Asian cinema in the western United States, and has showcased everything from future classics like Bong Joon-ho’s Memories of Murder (US Premiere) to luminary independent work like Patrick Wang’s award-winning In the Family (North American Premiere).

Pacific Arts Movement also presents the SDAFF Spring Showcase, a mini-festival in April, as well as year-round quarterly screenings and community events.

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The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) has announced the 2010 line-up of films

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The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) has announced the 2010 line-up of films for its 8th annual festival, which runs April 20-April 25 at ArcLight Hollywood.  The six-day festival is proud to showcase 33 films from 5 countries, including 4 world premieres and 7 US premieres.     This is a true celebration of the art and business of Indian film and culture as well as an opportunity to connect with the game changers and emerging filmmakers of Indian themed content,...

Kashish – Mumbai Queer Film Festival 2010 - Call for Entries

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CALL FOR ENTRIESIt is time for Mumbai to celebrate with its own queer film festival : Kashish – Mumbai Queer Film Festival to be held April 22nd – 25th, 2010.The festival, organized by Solaris Pictures and Bombay Dost, intends to showcase and support films with gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer themes, relevant to Indian and Indian Diaspora. It aims to provide filmmakers, artists, activists, media persons and audiences with a space to communicate, share diverse experiences an...

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8th UMFF Call For Entries - Open Now

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UMFF 2009 is seeking film, television and video projects that entertain and showcase independent works of excellence produced by or featuring African Americans, Asians, Indians, and Latinos. Over $10,000 in cash and prizes for winning filmmakers and writers. Submit your project to UMFF 2009 today! All genres accepted for competition -- animations, shorts, documentaries, features, television shows, music videos, as well as screenplays (short and feature length). Early Registration D...

River To River. Florence Indian Film Festival

The first festival in the world totally devoted to Indian independant films.
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