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Dharamshala International Film Festival: News

Review

After Word review: An ode to Delhi and the inventiveness of the street

Mallika Visvanathan’s short documentary examines the hidden histories and stories embedded in the city.

about 1 month ago — Sukhpreet Kahlon

Review Hindi

Jamnapaar review: Contemplative documentary about the fate of a river

Abhinava Bhattacharyya’s poetic documentary leaves one with a sense of foreboding about what the future holds.

about 1 month ago — Our Correspondent

Article

Dharamshala International Film Festival to showcase student films till 26 June

The movies have been made by pupils of Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication in New Delhi.

about 1 month ago — Our Correspondent

Article

Dharamshala International Film Festival organizers announce Film Lab South Asia

The event will be held from 31 October to 4 November 2022.

3 months ago — Our Correspondent

Article

Dharamshala International Film Festival to be held in hybrid format

The event will have physical screenings in McLeod Ganj and be held from 3 to 6 November.

4 months ago — Our Correspondent

Article Chinese

Dharamshala International Film Festival showcases Chinese independent documentaries online

The six selected films are available to watch free worldwide at the Virtual Viewing Room from 22 April to 1 May.

4 months ago — Our Correspondent

Article

DIFF to showcase six films to highlight diversity in Buddhist cinema

The selection will be made available free of cost as part of the festival's year-round programme.

7 months ago — Our Correspondent

Review Haryanvi

Laila Aur Satt Geet review: Poetic, political meditation on a woman's agency

Pushpendra Singh’s film is a visually mesmerizing work that contemplates the predicament of Kashmir.

9 months ago — Sukhpreet Kahlon

Article

Succulent, Aakhiri Buraansh and Cheepatakadumpa win big at DIFF 2021

The organizers handed out the Audience Award for Best First Film and Film Critics Guild DIFF Gender Sensitivity Award.

9 months ago — Our Correspondent

Review

Succulent review: A profound look at human affection in a dystopian future

Amrita Bagchi’s short film raises philosophical questions about human companionship and navigating loneliness.

9 months ago — Sukhpreet Kahlon

Review

Khee review: Raising awareness about increasing stray dog menace in Ladakh

The short documentary was screened as part of the Dharamshala International Film Festival.

9 months ago — Sukhpreet Kahlon

Review Bengali

Borderlands review: A moving documentary about lives separated, shaped and changed by lines on the map

Directed by Samarth Mahajan, the film captures the struggles and distinct cultures that have emerged on either side of nations' boundaries.

9 months ago — Shriram Iyengar

Review Hindi

Uljhan review: A couple wrestles with an ethical dilemma in this thoughtful, compelling drama

First-time filmmaker Ashish Pant has crafted a sensitive feature that examines the weighty issues of privilege, caste and equality.

9 months ago — Sonal Pandya

Article

Dharamshala International Film Festival extended till 14 November

The 10th edition of the event, which was to end on 10 November, is being held virtually.

9 months ago — Our Correspondent

Article

Hansal Mehta, Juhi Chaturvedi, Anup Singh to shed light on various topics at Dharamshala International Film Festival

The organizers of the event have announced a series of live talks, round-table discussions and a post-production lab.

10 months ago — Our Correspondent

Article

Dharamshala International Film Festival announces line-up for 10th edition

The renowned event will be held virtually this year too from 4 to 10 November 2021.

10 months ago — Our Correspondent

Article

Dharamshala International Film Festival presents IN–>NZ Indigenous Connections

The programme is being held from 13–19 September in collaboration with New Zealand's high commission in India.

11 months ago — Our Correspondent

Review Hindi

The Miniaturist Of Junagadh review: A tender tale set in a tumultuous time

The short film transports us to a bygone era, to tell the poignant tale of a miniaturist and his family.

12 months ago — Sukhpreet Kahlon

Review Bengali

Dhulo review: Stark depiction of the link between patriarchy and ethnic cleansing

The film also places women as the force of resistance against all evil manifestations of power politics.

12 months ago — Roushni Sarkar

Article Spanish

Dharamshala festival to showcase films by Spanish master Luis Buñuel

Five films by Buñuel will be screened as part of the festival's Virtual Viewing Room this month.

about 1 year ago — Our Correspondent