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Siraj Syed

Siraj Syed is the India Correspondent for and a member of FIPRESCI, the International Federation of Film Critics. He is a Film Festival Correspondent since 1976, Film-critic since 1969 and a Feature-writer since 1970. He is also an acting and dialogue coach. 



IFFI 51, Goa, January 16-24, 2021, 08: The kaleidoscope dozen


IFFI 51, Goa, January 16-24, 2021, 08: The kaleidoscope dozen

International Film Festival of India (IFFI) has today announced the line-up of films for its Festival Kaleidoscope. The section will feature 12 films from across the world. The line-up consists of the following movies:

We Still Have the Deep Black Night by Gustavo Galvão (Brazil, Germany)


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Window Boy Would also Like to Have a Submarine by Alex Piperno (Uruguay)





  1. Forgotten We’ll Be by Fernando Trueba (Colombia)

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  1. Haifa Street by Mohanad Hayal (Iraq)



  1. Love Affair (s) by Emmanuel Mouret (French)


  1. Apples by Christos Nikou (Greece)




  1. Parthenon by Mantas Kvedaravičius (Lithuania)



  1. My Little Sister by Stéphanie Chuat, Véronique Reymond (Switzerland)

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  1. The Death of Cinema and My Father Too by Dani Rosenberg (Israel)


  1. The Big Hit by Emmanuel Courcol (France)



  1. Valley Of The Gods by Lech Majewski (Poland)



  1. Night of the Kings by Philippe Lacôte (France)

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About Siraj Syed

Syed Siraj
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Siraj Syed is a film-critic since 1970 and a Former President of the Freelance Film Journalists' Combine of India.

He is the India Correspondent of and a member of FIPRESCI, the international Federation of Film Critics, Munich, Germany

Siraj Syed has contributed over 1,015 articles on cinema, international film festivals, conventions, exhibitions, etc., most recently, at IFFI (Goa), MIFF (Mumbai), MFF/MAMI (Mumbai) and CommunicAsia (Singapore). He often edits film festival daily bulletins.

He is also an actor and a dubbing artiste. Further, he has been teaching media, acting and dubbing at over 30 institutes in India and Singapore, since 1984.

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