An all-women filmmaker line-up of screenings is at the heart of the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) as it returns to cinemas across the UK capital from September 17 amid a Covid-secure setting.
Reena Ranger, Chair of Women Empowered, is In Conversation with Cary Rajinder Sawhney MBE as part of her regular series for ‘iGlobal’ to explore some...
The 11th anniversary of the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), held online for the first time due to the coronavirus pandemic, concluded with Global Indian filmmaker’s ‘Mississippi Masala’ bagging the Audience Favourite Award. The 1991 romantic drama starring Denzel Washington and Sarita Choudhury was the most-viewed film on the Loveliffathome.com platform.
Hollywood and Bollywood productions alongside independent Indian cinema are being brought together for the first digital version of the annual London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) from June 25, given the social distancing restrictions imposed as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Physically distanced but not necessarily cinematically deprived seems to the mantra of the annual London Indian Film Festival (LIFF), which had gone more UK-wide by travelling to Birmingham and other regions in previous years. Now, in response to the coronavirus pandemic lockdown pulling down the shutters on cinemas, LIFF has decided to expand its festival offering with a virtual avatar. Its Satyajit Ray Short Film Competition has gone online as part of a hybrid solution, backed by the British Film Institute (BFI) and Bagri Foundation. Nine award-winning short films, which reflect the [...]