The Indian Film Festival Los Angeles continues to spread out from the sub-continent, making the world premiere of British comedy “One Crazy Thing” its centerpiece this year. Other highlights of the…
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The 13th annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles has announced its kick-off and closing films. The world premiere of “Haraamkhor,” written and directed by Shlok Sharma and starring Nawazuddin…
The Indian Film Festival Los Angeles conferred its top prizes on “Fandry,” docu “Powerless” and the short “Alchemy” as it wound down Sunday night at the Arclight in Hollywood. Juries of the 12th…
Variety critic David Chute is one of the panelists on the Indian Film Festival Los Angeles narrative jury, organizers announced on April 3. Other members are John Orlando, head of digital development…
The Indian Film Festival Los Angeles will close with “Jadoo” (Magic), directed by London-based director Amit Gupta, on April 13. The fest, which announced its lineup on Tuesday, had previously set…
The Indian Film Festival Los Angeles will open with "Sold," produced by Emma Thompson and directed by Jeffrey Brown, on April 8 at the ArcLight in Hollywood. "Sold," starring Gillian Anderson, Seema…
An Indian Olympic running legend gets the lavish biopic treatment in this rousing and handsomely crafteds ports drama.
Ryan McGarry's documentary offers a bracing, often stomach-churning glimpse inside one of America's busiest emergency rooms.
Anurag Kashyap ended a years-long drought for Hindi films at Cannes with last year's six-hour "Gangs of Wasseypur," which premiered in Directors' Fortnight.
In 1977, the world premiere of "The Chess Players" by Indian great Satyajit Ray at the London Film Festival was in danger of being canceled because the print wasn't subtitled. Lead Saeed Jaffrey…