The 7th Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival returns this summer from 14 to 24 July in Birmingham.Films from 15 languages, including Bangladesh, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka will be screened at the event.
All films are English subtitled.Noted actor, director, producer Kamal Haasan, is the chief guest for the event.The festival would feature documentaries, shorts films and feature films directed by women filmmakers.
The festival also hosts its first Transgender movie based on an empowering true story - I am Not He…She.LIFF presents the prestigious annual Satyajit Ray Short Film Competition, in association with the Bagri Foundation, with a prize of £1,000 to the winning film.
The short film programme screens at the ICA on Wednesday 20 July and the winning short will be announced at the closing night gala, on 21 July, at BFI Southbank. The festival continues in Birmingham, until 24 July.