Get ready for a spectacular celebration of South Asian independent cinema with the 2018 Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival in London 21 – 29 June.
In 2018, the festival puts an emphasis on the female directorial eye, fathers and sons, and extraordinary lives from the Indian subcontinent, with many international names starring in a carefully curated selection of films.
The Festival’s annual Satyajit Ray Competition, presented in association with the Bagri Foundation, with its £1,000 prize offers a platform for emerging filmmakers and six, shortlisted entries will be screened. The Festival will present its Pure Heaven Icon Award and its Outstanding Achievement Award, supported by Sun Mark Ltd.
Check out the programme here: http://londonindianfilmfestival.co.uk/
Book your tickets here: BFI: http://bit.ly/2Jalx8C
Cineworld Cinemas: http://bit.ly/2JlKEkI
Genesis Cinema: http://bit.ly/2xPmfCO
Barbican Centre: https://bit.ly/2GuULBC
Watermans – Cinema, Theatre & Exhibits: http://bit.ly/2JwRZ4r
SOAS University of London: https://bit.ly/2GttD5S & https://bit.ly/2IwwUaQ
The London School of Economics and Political Science – LSE: http://bit.ly/2M1hTvC & http://bit.ly/2kSL2fX
Video by: Square Elephant Productions