ALIIFF to screen over 100 Movies from across the world

  • The 4th All Lights India International Film Festival (ALIIFF) will be held at PVR Cinemas, Inorbit Mall,Hyderabad from Dec 1-4, 2018.
  • The opening movie of ALIIFF 2018 will be the Iran’s OSCAR Runner of this year’s foreign film category “No Date, No Signature “by Vahid Jalilvand

Hyderabad, November 23, 2018– Indywood Film Carnival, the much anticipated entertainment fiesta of the year, will be held at HITEX Convention Centre from December 1st to 5th 2018. The Carnival is expected to accelerate the growth of Indian Film Industry through materialising big budget movie projects, co-production ventures and B2B meet generating business worth Rs 500 crore.

The fourth edition of Indywood Film Carnival (IFC 2018), a flagship venture of 10 billion USD Project Indywood, aims to elevate Indian cinema to an international level. IFC 2018 will be one-stop platform for showcasing the latest technology and future possibilities in the entire spectrum of film making, skill development, pre-production, production, technical support, post-production, distribution, marketing and release among others.

All Lights India International Film Festival (ALIIFF)  – the flagship event of Indywood Film Carnival,  will screen over 100 movies from nearly 50 countries. Cinema lovers can expect a grand visual experience with PVR Inorbit Mall set to open its 4 theater screens for the film festival, as they being the Exculsive Multiplex Partner. The films will be screened in top quality screens with the famous PVR service experience offered in full. Around 16 movies will be screened per day and the films will include premiers of National and International Films.

The 4th edition of ALIIFF will see the screening of feature films with a long list of must watch short films and documentaries from across the world. There will be most awaited films from the World Cinema and the movies from this year’s Oscar race too. A tribute segment to the legendary Iranian director Late Mr. Abbas Kiarostami, is another highlight of the festival. Celebrity red carpet walks, exclusive Media Interactions and Q&A sessions with the industry’s leading directors and celebrities will also be held at the venue during the festival.

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Given below is the list of films that will be screened in the festival’s competition and non competition Sections:

Opening  Movie

No Date, No Signature by Vahid Jalilvand

Iran |2017|104 Mins

International Competition for Feature Films

Pupa  by Indrasis Acharya
India | 2018 | 109 Mins

 

The Bird Was Not A Bird by Ahmad Zia Arash
Afghanistan | 2017 | 90 Mins

 

ROBIN by Toby Schmutzler
Germany | 2018 | 75 Mins

 

The Third Wish by Vit Karas
Czech Republic | 2017| 102 Mins

 

INDIGO LAKE by MARTIN SIMPSON
Australia | 2017 | 92 Mins

 

Clay Pit by Vera Glagoleva

Russia | 2018 | 77 Mins

 

Amir by Nima Eghlima

Iran | 2018 | 106 Mins

 

International Competition for Debut  Director’s Films

Octav by Serge Ioan Celebidachi
Romania | 2017 | 100 Mins

 

Kupal by Kazem Mollaie
Iran | 2017 | 81 Mins

 

Miracle of Christmas by Eri Tsukimoto
Japan | 2018 | 115 Mins

 

Aalorukkam  by V C abhilash
India | 2017 | 116 Mins

 

Delia & Sammy  by Therese Cayaba

Philippines | 2018 | 84 Mins

 

Kiko Boksingero by Thop Nazareno

Philippines | 2017 | 79 Mins

 

Runaway (Uronchondi) by Abhishek Saha

India | 2018 | 101 Mins

 

International Competition for Indywood Panorama

Painting Life by Dr.Bijukumar Damodaran

India | 2018| 145 Mins

 

Karim Mohammed by Pawan Kumar Sharma

India | 2017 | 99 Mins

 

SINJAR by Sandeep Pampally

India | 2017 | 115 Mins

 

Dear Molly by Gajendra Ahire

India | 2018|  91 Mins

TOLET by Chezhiyan Ra

India | 2017|99 Mins

 

The Golden Mountain  by Parambrata Chattopadhyay

India | 2018|131 Mins

 

International Competition for Short Films

MASHHAD by Shabu Kilithattil

U A E | 2018 | 18 Mins

 

Raagasoothram by Sreejith Nampoothiry

India | 2017 | 27 Mins

 

The Waiting Place by Karishma Jhalani

India | 2018 | 25 Mins

 

The President’s Visit  by Cyril Aris

U S A | 2017 | 19 Mins

 

The Gray Line by Saki Farzana

Bangladesh | 2018 | 18 Mins

 

Banshi (The Flute) by Kaushik Sengupta

India | 2018 | 20 Mins

 

NAGARUM NODIYIL by Raj Eshwar

India | 2018 | 18 Mins

 

Let Me Breathe by Donald Roman Lopez

U S A | 2018 | 15 Mins

 

The Drainage by Vikrant Ramdas Badarkhe

India | 2017 | 15 Mins

 

Quarter by Vishal Shinde

India | 2018 | 22 Mins

 

Fhedi  by Anne Alfred

Egypt  | 2018 | 11 Mins

 

Sacred Hair by  MARIO MORIN

Canada | 2017 | 13 Mins

 

The Domestic Fly by Áron Horváth

Slovenia | 2017 | 10 Mins

 

TRACES  by Guichart Cecilia

Luxembourg | 2017 | 15 Mins

 

Midnight Run by Remya Raj

India | 2018 | 14 Mins

 

Silver Bangles by Roshan Bikram Thakuri

Nepal | 2017 | 15 Mins

 

Gaze by Farnoosh Samadi

Italy | 2017 | 14 Mins

 

A Gentle Night by QIU Yang

China | 2017 | 15 Mins

 

The Son, the Father… by Lukas Hassel

U S A | 2017 | 13 Mins

 

Joy by Vladimir Munkuev

Russia | 2018 | 23 Mins

 

International Competition for Student Short Films

Rouff  by Markus Eschrich, Johannes Lumer, Benjamin Brand, Julius Rosen, Johannes Engelhardt

Germany | 2017 | 7 Mins

 

Mimesis by Rafael Trejo Ortega

Mexico | 2018 | 30 Mins

 

The Lie Game by Jyothi Kalyan Sura

U S A | 2018 | 14 Mins

 

Behind High Walls by Sherine Sabry, Frank Bartscheck II

Egypt | 2018 | 12 Mins

 

Lakshmi  by Shashank Mhasawade

India | 2018 | 27 Mins

 

Saad (Calling)  by Kunika Kharat

India | 2017 | 20 Mins

 

Hers Truly by Sherine Sabry, Frank Bartscheck II

Egypt | 2018 | 12 Mins

 

Breaking Out by Heshvanth Gurukul

India | 2018 | 24 Mins

 

Through the looking glass by Rakesh Varma

India | 2018 | 22 Mins

 

 

International Competition for Documentaries

ABDUL and JOSE by Luigi Acquisto

Australia | 2017 | 52 Mins

 

The Girl and The Picture by Vanessa Roth

U S A | 2018 | 39 Mins

 

The Borrowed Dress by Leen Alfaisal

U A E | 2017 |56 Mins

 

The Barre by hyuk-rho LEE

South Korea| 2018 | 47 Mins

 

Women and Religion in India  by Disha Arora

India | 2018 | 36 Mins

 

Wounded Gold by Mustafa Hadziibrahimovic

Netherlands | 2017 | 50 Mins

 

Art and Lega Power by Richard UYER THUMITHO

Democratic Republic of the Congo | 2017 |47 Mins

 

Out of Competition Category

Children  & Animated Films

Pale white by Gholamreza Jafari

Afghanistan| 2017 | 8 Mins

 

Leo Minor by Tai Wedekind

France| 2017 | 8 Mins

 

Blows With The Wind by Hazhir As’adi

Iran| 2017 | 7 Mins

 

The Fixies: Top Secret  by Vasiko Bedoshvili ,Andrey Kolpin,Ivan Pshonkin

Russia | 2017 | 80 Mins

 

Short Film Show case

TYSON by SANJAY BHATIA

India |2018 | 13 Mins

 

A Date With Shillelagh by Jeff Stewart

U K| 2018 | 12 Mins

 

UNDO by CV Ramana

India| 2018| 18 Mins

 

The Opaque by Anish Kunnath

Singapore | 2018 | 15 Mins

 

THE REHABILITATION (PUNARUTHARANAM ) by NAVARAJ R S

India| 2018 | 11 Mins

 

VIGHATANE by Ram Manjjonaath

India | 2018 | 8 Mins

 

Chime  by Ram Emani V S Nanda Kishore

India | 2018 | 10 Mins

 

World Cinema

The Frozen Fire by Anuruddha Jayasinghe

Sri Lanka| 2018 | 130 Mins

 

Memories by Soo Sung Lee

South Korea | 2017 | 96 Mins

 

I’Father by Mark Norfolk

Kosovo| 2018 | 91 Mins

 

Village Rock star by Rima Das

India | 2017 | 87 Mins

 

According to Mathew by Chandran Rutnam

Sri Lanka | 2018 | 120 Mins

 

The Road to Sunrise by Charles Shemu Joyah

Malawi | 2017 |145 Mins

 

Tribute to  Abbas Kiarostami

 

Taste of Cherry  by Abbas Kiarostami

Iran| 1997 | 95 Mins

 

Wind will carry us by Abbas Kiarostami

Iran| 1999 | 118 Mins

 

Certified Copy by Abbas Kiarostami

Iran| 2010 | 106 Mins

 

Special Screening

Aickarakkonathe Bhishaguaranmaar by Biju Majeed

India| 2018 | 129 Mins

 

Firdaws by Mayur Puri

India | 2017 | 17 Mins

 

Baba Joom by Yuval Delshad

Israel | 2015 | 91 Mins

 

NAWAL THE JEWEL by RENJILAL DAMODARAN

India | 2017 | 121 Mins

 

ANDARKAHINI [SELF-EXILE] by Arnab K Middya

India | 2017 | 86 Mins

 

Guest Country – Iran

Forbidden by Hassan Yekta Panah

Iran| 2017 | 98 Mins

 

Lollipop by Mohammad Hossein Farahbakhsh

Iran | 2016 | 83 Mins

 

Privacy by Ahmad Moazzami

Iran | 2017 | 80 Mins

 

TIME TO LOVE by Alireza Raissian

Iran | 2015 | 95 Mins

 

Locked In by Nadira murray, Pavel shepan

Iran | 2017 | 15 Mins

 

Shoor Abad by Arash seyfi

Iran | 2018|15 Mins

 

Focus Country – Russia

Hymn to the Great City by Andrei Yehmov

Russia | 2018|49 Mins

 

My Name is Makhaz by Inar Narmania

Russia | 2018|14 Mins

 

Two Halves (SOUL MATES) by Baybulat Batullin

Russia | 2017|15 Mins

 

Clay Pit by Vera Glagoleva

Russia | 2018 | 77 Mins

 

The Fixies: Top Secret  by Vasiko Bedoshvili , Andrey Kolpin, Ivan Pshonkin

Russia | 2017 | 80 Mins

 

A Hellish Chaos by Sergey Debizhev

Russia | 2017 | 110 Mins

 

Joy by Vladimir Munkuev

Russia | 2018 | 23 Mins

 

About Indywood

NRI businessman Sohan Roy, Chairman and CEO of UAE based Aries Group of Companies, is the

founder director of 10 billion US dollar Project Indywood which aims to elevate the Indian Film

Industry to global standards in the next five years through a consortium of 2000 Indian

billionaires and corporates. A serial entrepreneur who is consistently featured in Forbes Middle East’s list of Top 50 business owners and a Hollywood filmmaker of Indian origin, Sohan Roy aims to establish 10,000 4K projection multiplex screens, 100,000 2K/4K projection home cinemas, 8K/4K film studios, 100 animation/VFX studios and film schools adhering to international standards through Indywood.

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