Dharamshala International Film Festival: News
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I wanted to humanize people, says Mehvish Altaf Rather on her documentary about traditional Kashmiri bakeries
Kandurwan - Baking History is an attempt to portray the inhabitants of the valley in their normal everday life and not just as people in a state of turmoil.
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Dharamshala International Film Festival to stream festival entries online free
Audiences can now watch at home films made by 'alumni' of the Dharamshala festival.
Aise Hee review: A widow breaks out of the monotony of her old life
Filmmaker Kislay’s debut feature turns the spotlight on an elderly woman trying to figure out what to do with her life after her husband's death.
Khanaur review: Reality bites in this dreamy tale of a boy's ambition
Gurvinder Singh explores the changing dynamics within a sylvan hillside town as its youngsters are drawn to the changing, modern world.
Kastoori review: A boy attempts to change the future that is written for him
Vinod Kamble's emotional first feature is inspired from true events from his own life and those around him.
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Eeb Allay Ooo!, Bombay Rose, Jallikkattu head to the 8th Dharamshala International Film Festival
Prateek Vats's Eeb Allay Ooo! will open the festival while Gitanjali Rao’s animated film, Bombay Rose, will close the festival.
Chuskit review: Touching tale of a girl’s triumph over disability and attitudes
The film is a low-key look into the community’s life without stereotyping or exoticization, a skill that director Priya Ramasubban perhaps brings from her documentary filmmaking career to fiction.
Documentary Tungrus gives insight into a family's relationship with a rooster
Nusrat Bharde brought home the rooster — a newborn — one day and the decision hasn’t settled well with the family six months down the line.
7th DIFF comes to a close amidst open screenings, informal chats and unseasonal rains
Dharamshala International Film Festival keeps on getting bigger, year-after-year, despite the lineup being less than stellar this time around.
Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam's The Sweet Requiem gets a full house at DIFF
Set amongst the exile Tibetan community in India, The Sweet Requiem is a deeply personal and moving drama.
Chuskit: A girl's simple true-life tale which was not so easy to tell on film
Director Priya Ramasubban hopes her film will inspire many differently abled children to go to school and live their lives to the fullest.
If I made a film on social problems, nobody would turn up: Devashish Makhija on Bhonsle
For his latest feature Bhonsle, Makhija had to struggle for long four years to find producers and distributors for the film.
Konkona Sensharma to present A Death In The Gunj at DIFF, lineup announced
To be held in the mountain town of McLeodganj, the gala will have films from Malaysia, Japan, Switzerland and Bhutan among others.