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 Bengaluru International Film Festival 2014 | December 4-11, 2014

Event - Bengaluru International Film Festival 2014 

December 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th, 2014
Badami House, N R Square, Bengaluru 560 002
Delegate Pass Rs 600 | For registration Click Here
Phone: +91 080 2222 2355 | +91 80 2213 3410 | +91 80 2213 3441
The 7th edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFES) to be held during December 4-11, 2014. The festival is being organized by the Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy for Government of Karnataka supported by Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce.

Apart from screening films from around the world, the festival will also host various forums for academic interactions like seminars, Workshops, master classes etc., for the benefit of film professionals, discerning audiences and students on different aspects of cinema.

For more information visit or follow Bengaluru International Film Festival on Facebook.
Indian cinema to be screened at BIFFES
Kranthidhara by Himansu Sekhar Khatua (Odia)
Yellow by Mahesh Limaye (Marathi)
Ek Phaali Rodh by Atanu Ghosh (Bengali)
Adomya by Bobby Sarma Baruah (Assamese)
Pannaiyarum Padminiyum by S U Arun Kumar (Tamil)
Kuttram Kadithal by Bramma G (Tamil)
Alif by NK Muhammed Koya (Malayalam)
Njan by Ranjith (Malayalam)
Unto the Dusk by Sajin Babu (Malayalam)
Agasi Parlour (Salon by the fort entrance) by Mahantesh Ramdurg (Kannada)
Munnariyippu by Venu (Malayalam)

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