Besides Busan International Film Festival which is able to run from October 21 to 30, there are two extra worldwide movie festivals that can characteristic Indian films. The second season of South Asia’s first borderless digital movie competition, Indus Valley International Film Festival (IVIFF) will likely be held from October 2 to 10. The competition will embrace movie screenings, workshops, masterclasses, interplay with celebrities, music live performance, award ceremony and many others. The competition will open with a gap comment by filmmaker R Balki and the opening movie will likely be Akshay Kumar’s PadMan.
Balki says, “There will be some fantastic films from across South Asia there. I feel there is no better way to be connected to the world than through such amazing films in these very difficult times of isolation.”
Another movie competition to stay up for is Bagri Foundation’s London Indian Film Festival (LIFF). This yr Tannishtha Chatterjee’s directorial Roam Rome Mein, starring her and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, and Vidya Balan’s quick movie Natkhat will premiere at LIFF 2020. Both movies can have their screening on September 17.