Indian Film Festival Of Melbourne Gets An Expected Postponement

COVID-19 Impact: Melbourne's Indian Film Festival rescheduled to end 2020
Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival proceeds with an expectation of pandemic (Pic Credit – Melbourne / Indian Film Festival)

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) will happen from 30 October to 7 November this yr as an alternative of August as a result of COVID-19 epidemic.

The IFFM 2020 program will probably be tailor-made to public well being steerage, with a compact program deliberate for per week.

The competition will retain the brief movie competitors and common dance competitors however the IFFM Awards Gala will probably be postponed till 2021.

In response to the present challenges and alternatives, a brand new addition to the competition this yr is the IFFM Film Club, the place followers of Indian movies can nominate for a digital masterclass with main filmmakers, which can talk about their works intimately.

Acting like a e book membership, the celebrant asks contributors to observe a basic movie, after which they’ve the chance to debate the movie with the filmmaker at a digital movie membership.

Earlier, Utsav has hosted masterclasses with filmmakers together with Rajkumar Hirani, Karan Johar, Reema Das, Zoya Akhtar, Onir and Kabir Khan.

“It is a novel intimate means for movie lovers to remain house, entertain and educate in these unprecedented instances. We have already got a robust line-up of filmmakers from numerous components of India.

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