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Iffi Goa


IFFI GOA 2011...to be continued 
November 23 - December 3 2011

Coverage with dailies on Ronita Torcato's profile  


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International Film Festival of India : IFFI GOA

Festival
Festival presentation: 

The 40th International Film Festival is being organized by the Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting in collaboration with the Government of Goa, and the Indian Film Industry.

  1. Film Programmes
  2. Non Film Programmes
  3. Film Bazaar and Short Film Center
  4. Cultural Activities
Festival Nickname: 
iffi goa
Edition: 
42
Festival Logo: 
Theme: 
International
Category/Format: 
Mixed
Festival Info
Next Festival Dates: 
11/23/2011 - 12/03/2011
Festival Submission
Film call for entry start day: 
01/01/2011
Film call for entry deadline: 
09/01/2011
Festival Contact
Festival Director Name: 
Shri S.M.Khan
Festival Director E-mail: 
Festival Programmer Name: 
Shri Vijay Singh
Festival Programmer Email: 

The 40th International Film Festival is being organized by the Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting in collaboration with the Government of Goa, and the Indian Film Industry.

The Directorate of Film Festivals organizes International and National Film Festivals within the country, facilitate India's participation in Film Festivals abroad, arrange programmes of foreign films in India and Indian films abroad, under bi-lateral exchange agreements, and conducts the National Film Awards. As a vehicle of cultural exchange, DFF promotes   international friendship, provides access to new trends in world cinema, generates healthy competition and, in the process, helps to improve the standards of Indian Cinema.

The festival programme is divided into 4 sections:

  1. Film Programmes
  2. Non Film Programmes
  3. Film Bazaar and Short Film Center
  4. Cultural Activities
  • The Film Programming is the core of the festival and screens nearly 300 films during the period of 11 days across 10 Auditoria and 3 preview rooms in the cities of Panaji and Margao in Goa.

    The most popular sections in the film programming include competitions for feature films from Asia, Africa, Latin America, Cinema of the World, Tributes, Homages, Retrospectives, Country Focus, Indian Panorama and specially curated sections.

  • Non film programming includes a range of seminars, symposia, debates, product and service presentation, pitching sessions etc.
  • Film Bazar conducts scripting workshops, home production forums etc. and Short Film Center apart from having the International competition for Shorts and Documentaries below 30 minutes also organises another competition of shorts and documentaries on environmental issues. The award money for both the competition sections is USD 26000.

    The Short Film Center is a business platform which serves the interests of film producers, actors, cinematographers, sound recordists, funding agencies, film festival programmers at the festival. A total of nearly 500 films are likely to be registered at the Short Film Center.

  • Cultural Programmes – The festival conducts a special festival fair at the Corniche between Old GMC and Kala Academy. This fair is organised by the picturesque River Mandovi between 23rd November to 3rd December 2009. The fair presents glimpses into the life and culture of Goa and an opportunity for festival delegates and local population to celebrate this festival of Cinema.
Festival Organization
Name: 
The Directorate of Film Festivals Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India
Address: 
Maquinez Palace Annexe Ground Floor Near Old GMC Building
City: 
Panaji, Goa –
State: 
goa
Zip code: 
403001
Country: 
India
Telephone: 
91 832 2428059

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http://www.iffi.nic.in/

Dailies from the 2011 festival edition by Ronita Torcato and Vanessa McMahon 


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