India’s Capital، New Delhi is preparing for the 7th edition of “Delhi International Film Festival” (DIFF)، which runs from October (14-18).
At least 56 countries will participate in the festival، with 199 films selected for the festival.
Moreover، Egypt will participate in the Film Festival with two films “Mesteka and Rehan” directed by Dina Abdel Salam، and “Forsa Tania” directed by Mohanad Diab.
Delhi International Film Festival (DIFF) is an International Film Festival، conceptualized to commemorate a hundred years of association of Delhi with Indian films and the NDMC in 2012، in association with New Delhi Municipal Council and Information & Broadcasting ministry، has now grown into a global platform joining hands to collaborate with a multitude of film festivals in many countries or offering support to a host of upcoming festivals across the world، according to Delhi International Film Festival official website.
DIFF aims at understanding the science، art، and emotion behind cinema، reaching it out to the audiences far and wide and promoting Indian Cinema، Art and Culture.
The Festival offers premier showcase opportunity for talented filmmakers and artists، celebrates avante garde cinema، felicitates masters and achievers from all walks of life and brings countries closer by building bridges to enable cross-cultural exchanges، social understanding، and creative ideation.
DIFF climbs new heights: In 2017، DIFF scaled newer heights by associating with the Information & Broadcasting Ministry and the Indian Embassy in Morocco، to organize a highly successful Indian Program at the Festival Internationale De Cinema Et Memoire Commune، Nador، Morocco.
In the same way، Indian Programs were organized at the FOGSV Festival in Sanfrancisco، USA، ARY Film Festival – Pakistan and Cairo International Short and Documentary Film Festival at Egypt.
To offer guidance and support، DIFF has tied up with upcoming Film Festivals in Palestine and SriLanka and locally at Jharkhand، Uttar Pradesh، and Southern India.