Indian Panorama section at IFFI 2015

The Indian Panorama list of films at IFFI 2015 has been announced by the Directorate of Film Festivals (DFF). The fiction and non-fiction sections comprise 10 Bengali, 7 Hindi, 5 Malayalam, 5 English, and 3 Hindi/English films, in addition to a film each in Bengali-English, Ao/Nagamese/English, Marathi/Hindi/English, Tamil, Kannada, Konkani, Sanskrit, Bhojpuri, Bodo, Wancho, and Kui.

Vinod Mankara’s Priyamanasam will open the Indian Panorama

 

Indian Panorama section at IFFI 2015
Film Language Director/s Type
Every Time You Tell A Story Ao/Nagamese/English Ruchika Negi and Amit Mahanti Non-fiction
Rajkahini Bengali Srijit Mukherji Fiction
Pakaram Bengali Sankar Debnath Fiction
Sohra Bridge Bengali Bappaditya Bandopadhyay Fiction
Cinemawala Bengali Kaushik Ganguly Fiction
Natoker Moto Bengali Debesh Chatterjee Fiction
Kadambari Bengali Suman Ghosh Fiction
Onyo Opalaa Bengali Satarupa Sanyal Fiction
Aamaar Katha : A Story of Binodini Bengali Tuhinabha Majumdar Non-fiction
Ujantali Bengali Som Chakraborty Non-fiction
Tender is the Sight Bengali Torsha Banerjee Non-fiction
What The Fields Remembers Bengali/English Subasri Krishnan Non-fiction
Gunjaa Bhojpuri Mrinal Dev Non-fiction
Dau Huduni Methai Bodo Manju Borah Fiction
Even Red Can be Sad English Amit Dutta Non-fiction
Breaking Free English Sridhar Rangayan Non-fiction
Spaces Between English Roohi Dixit and Ziba Bhagwagar Non-fiction
Jai Ho – A Film on A.R. Rahman English Umesh Aggarwal Non-fiction
Daddy Grandpa & My Lady English Kim Jung Hyun Non-fiction
Ramsingh Charile Hindi Nitin Kakkar Fiction
Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa Hindi Buddhadeb Dasgupta Fiction
Nanak Shah Fakir Hindi AK Bir Fiction
Masaan Hindi Neeraj Ghaywan Fiction
Bajrangi Bhaijaan Hindi Kabir Khan Fiction
Goonga Pehelwan Hindi Mit Jani, Prateek Gupta, and Vivek Chaudhary Non-fiction
Seek And Hide Hindi Manoj K Nitharwal Non-fiction
Daughters of Mother India Hindi/English Vibha Bakshi Non-fiction
Chinese Whispers Hindi/English Charu Shree Roy Non-fiction
Benegal’s New Cinema Hindi/English Iram Ghufran Non-fiction
Nanu Avanalla…….Avalu Kannada BS Lingadevaru Fiction
Nachom-ia Kumpasar Konkani Bardroy Barretto Fiction
I Cannot Give You My Forest Kui Nandan Saxena and Kavita Bah Non-fiction
Lukka Chuppi Malayalam Bash Mohammed Fiction
Ottaal Malayalam Jayaraj Fiction
Ain Malayalam Sidhartha Siva Fiction
Valiya Chirakulla Pakshikal Malayalam Dr Biju Fiction
Ore Udal Malayalam Asha Achy Joseph Non-fiction
Phum Shang Manipuri Haobam Paban Kumar Non-fiction
The Silence Marathi Gajendra Ahire Fiction
Katyar Kaljat Ghusali Marathi Subodh Bhave Fiction
Koti Marathi Suhaas Surykant Bhosale Fiction
Court Marathi Chaitanya Tamhane Fiction
Sadabahar Brass Band Marathi Tushar More Non-fiction
Kamakshi Marathi/Hindi/English Satindar Singh Bedi Non-fiction
Priyamanasam Sanskrit Vinod Mankara Fiction
Radiopetti Tamil Hari Viswanath Fiction
The Head Hunter Wancho Nilanjan Datta Fiction
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Piyush Chauhan is a simple apple farmer from Rampur, close to Simla. This Himalayan pandu has immense interest in films of all sorts. Especially, Hindi. In his spare time, which isn’t much these days, he dreams of climbing the impossible mountains.

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