The Dharamsala International Film Festival (DIFF) on Wednesday announced the line-up of Indian and international feature films, documentaries and shorts that will be screened during its historic 10th edition.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the acclaimed festival will once again be held virtually from November 4 to 10. Four international and critically acclaimed films will premiere in India at the festival.
The films feature Egyptian filmmaker Omar El Zohari. wing, which won the Grand Prize at Cannes Critics Week and story of king crab, which premiered at Cannes Directors Fortnight.
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Naseeruddin Shah and Rasika Dugal-starrer The Miniaturist of Junagadh and Vikramaditya Motwani-produced Khaabsoorat short films will be the main attractions.
Festival director Ritu Sarin said that though the team is saddened to not be able to organize a physical festival, they are excited to reach out to a wider range of audiences with its digital iteration. “DIFF’s reputation lies in its selection of exciting and unusual documentaries, shorts and feature films from around the world and this year too, we have an exciting line-up for our audiences.” In addition, our team is producing a series For exclusive programming programs that will connect with more filmmakers and film-lovers interactively than ever before,” Sarin said.