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Warped minds, tormented souls
When Altaf Raja sings, he sings to his heart's content. His latest album, Taaza Hawa Lete Hain, has attractive numbers including Halla ho gaya halla, Aa paas aa zara dhire dhire aa, Gadi na choot jaye, Teri tarah tera gaon, Meri Laila ...
Lois Englebrecht, crusader against child sexual abuse, discusses the issue candidly, during a recent visit to Chennai
Majid Majidi's Iranian film, `Baran', a coming-of-age tale told against the background of the Afghan refugee problem, will open the Seventh IFFK
Showcasing contemporary world cinema
As many as 47 films will be unspooled in the World Cinema - Information section of the Seventh IFFK
The bdj Media, which holds the Florence Indian festival in Italy, will associate with the International Film Festival of Kerala to promote Indo-Italian cultural relations. The Florence festival aims at promoting Indian independent cinema in ...
Made in India
The new millennium presents signs of change in the many faces of new Indian cinema. Reflecting on the changing scenario, the Seventh International Film Festival of Kerala, to begin here on March 29, presents a package of four recent films made in ...
Meet the jury
The following comprise the jury of the Seventh International Film Festival of Kerala: Marta Meszaros chairperson Hungarian director with a few modern classics to her credit. In a career spanning more than four decades, she has ...
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