Films at the 4th Dharamshala International Film FestivalPosted: November 8, 2015
The fourth edition of the Dharamshala International Film festival is underway (Nov 5-8) in Dharamshala, a town in North India, known for being home to the Dalai Lama and thousands of Tibetan exiles.
In the last four years DiFF has fast established itself as one of the fastest growing and most interesting film festivals in India and in that region of Asia. Started by filmmaker couple Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, their film selection focuses mostly on indies from India and rest of the world. The festival showcases excellent selection of recent independent films from all over the world, featuring both narratives and documentaries. The festival also hosts panels and discussions with filmmakers and artists who are invited to this otherwise quiet town in the hills.
The diversity and the creativity of the festival programming rivals any major International film festival, not just in India but anywhere in the world.
For this year’s full program, visit http://www.diff.co.in
Some notable films this year are:
The Concrete Night
The Look of Silence
The Tale of Iya
Wild Women – Gentle Beasts