Yes, a true film lover can and will never have enough of the celebration of films; owing to him and her and to the evangelizing influence of passionate admirers of the art and science of filmmaking, film festivals such as IFFI will live on even as they close officially, their electrifying spirit reverberating in the minds and illuminating the hearts of the people who have been fortunate to have had even as much as a brush with the celebration.
Goa Film festival
In silence, you fall in love: Setareh Eskandari, Director of IFFI 52 World Panorama Film “The Sun of that Moon”
We have all forgotten silence and love. Through my film, I want to showcase the power of love and project the rights and freedom of women: Setareh Eskandari
Actress, Raveena Tandon of the film ‘Aranyak’, at the red carpet, during the 52nd International Film Festival of India (IFFI-2021), in Panaji, Goa on November 26, 2021
“The Sun of that Moon”, focussing on the rights and freedom of women in Baluchistan, premiers at IFFI 52
Fabiola Yamile Palaciso Carrillo and Mariano Palacisos Carrillo of the film ‘The Guest’ being felicitated, during the 52nd International Film Festival of India (IFFI-2021), in Panaji, Goa on November 25, 2021.
Director, Jayaraj of the Malayalam film ‘Niraye Thathakalulla Maram’ addressing a press conference, during the 52nd International Film Festival of India (IFFI-2021), in Panaji, Goa on November 25, 2021.
Why Battle of Sainbari is not in our history books, where 15,000 people were killed in just one night, asks Director of IFFI 52 Indian Panorama Non Feature Film “Sainbari to Sandeshkhali”
Justice awaits victims of Sainbari killings, I would like the entire world to watch this film and know what happened: Director Sanghamitra Chaudhury
Panaji, 25 November 2021: “If Jallianwala Bagh, Battle of Panipat and Battle of Buxar appear in our history books, why not Battle of Sainbari where 15,000 people were killed in just one night?”