Indian Film Festival of LA 2005

Tickets for the Indian Film Festival of LA (IFFLA) go on sale tomorrow (Mar 25th). The festival takes place April 20-24 at ArcLight Cinema at Sunset and Vine. Details from their site:

IFFLA will showcase a combination of features, shorts and documentaries. The festival provides programming and activities that no other film festival in Los Angeles offers and serves a community of Indian and international filmmakers that has the potential of reaching a crossover audience. IFFLA offers the Los Angeles community a unique opportunity to learn about India’s multi-faceted culture and long history of filmmaking.

(via the ever-informative Cinema Minima)

One Reply to “Indian Film Festival of LA 2005”

  1. I am so looking forward to attending this festival. Last week I attended the IFFLA-sponsored screening of the newly-restored and colorized version of Mughal-e-Azam, The Godfather of Bollywood Cinema, and it was amazing. A week later and my head is still spinning. The festival director, Christinea Marouda, spoke before the screening about the upcoming festival and the lineup of films – it sounds like a very eclectic mix.

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