Avinash Arun’s ‘Three of Us’ wins top honors at the festival featuring cinema from the global Indian community.
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The 2022 edition of the oldest film festival in North America featured 60 movies from India and the Indian Diaspora
Indian film maker ‘ecstatic’ about movie making it to North America’s oldest film festival featuring Indian cinema.
The festival concludes with screening of ‘Omerta.’
This year’s film festival has a complete line up of 78 films.
Full lineup of festival announced.
Labour of Love wins Best Film award.
Aparna Sen’s ‘Saari Raat’ will be the centerpiece.
Three features, 2 documentaries to mark special year.
Festival to screen 22 features.
Festival will close with Nitin Kakkar’s Filmistaan.
April 10 screening preludes official release.
The 13th edition of the film festival marks 100 years of Indian cinema.
60% of festival audience is South Asian, according to Aroon Shivdasani.
May 11-14 festival to feature films in Bengali, English, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Marathi, Nagpuri, Punjabi and Tamil
Bhavnani’s documentary “Sindhustan” will be screened at two festivals in New York and Atlanta.
The documentary explores the Sindhi migration to India during the Partition.
Full list of films announced; 78 films in 11 languages to be screened.
This years Centerpiece Film will be a Konkani film titled Juze directed by Miransha Naik.
Shubhashish Bhutiani’s Mukti Bhawan is the best film.
The festival’s centerpiece is Kushboo Ranka and Vinay Shukla’s ‘An Insignificant Man’.
‘Aligarh’ and ‘Highway’ are the closing night and centerpiece films.
Titled as ‘My Big Fat Bride’.
Maqbool, Omkara and Haider will have special screenings.
‘Brahmin Bulls’ is the opening night feature.