Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], July 1st (ANI): The latest version of Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival (IFFM) is scheduled to take place in August, and the opening night film was chosen by Agitesh Sharma’s “WOMB” (Women Of My). Billion). Of upcoming events.
IFFM will be held physically and virtually at the Physical Festival, which will be held from August 12th to August 20th, and the digital version will be held from August 5th to August 30th throughout Australia. .. Therefore, movie fans will be able to see the screening of “WOMB” on August 12th.
For the inexperienced, WOMB is a young man named Srishti Bakshi who walks about 4000 km in 240 days from Kanyakumari in the south to Kashmir in the north, embarking on a monumental journey in the process of encounters and direct learning. It’s a story about a woman. About the experiences of many women from all over India. It revolves around the social and political issues facing Indian women.
IFFM is the largest film festival in the Southern Hemisphere celebrating all forms of Indian cinema, providing a great opportunity for filmmakers to screen their films on international platforms.
Producer Apuorwabakushi is pleased to be able to show the film at IFFM. “We are very proud to show the film at IFFM as the opening night gala presentation and look forward to sharing it with viewers around the world. A solution we can implement today.” IFFM Director Mitu Bhowmick Lange Also shared the excitement of introducing Indian films worldwide.
“We are excited to bring Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival back to the big screen after the unprecedented challenges we have faced in the last 18 months. Digital platforms will also give viewers across Australia access to the festival. In 2021, IFFM pays homage to providing not only the best Indian films, but also many of the Covid-19 heroes with the support, connection and hope of an important community in these difficult times. It will do it, “says Mitu. (ANI)
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