Epk has previously informed you about an ambitious upcoming international film festival namely Indus Valley International film festival (IVIFF). The festival aims to encourage creative and artist collaborations between South Asian Nations. The motive behind the festival is to propagate the message of peace and harmony.
The festival has been arranged by South Asia Forum for Art & Creative Heritage (SAFACH). SAFACH is a non-profit organization headed by Harsh Narayan. IVIFF will be South Asia’s First International Travelling Film Festival.
Mahira Khan, Humayun Saeed, Ali Zafar, Anjum Rajabali from Pakistan will be guests at the event! While Pakistani actor Ally Khan and Vinay Pathak will be the masters of the ceremony.
The film festival will be held in New Delhi from 25th February to 3rd March 2019. The agenda of the event will include panel discussions with illustrious filmmakers, workshops and interactions with eminent film personalities.
Prominent Pakistani films will also be screened in the festival. Harsh Narayan previously expressed his wish for also screening Humayun Saeed’s Punjab nahi jaungi and Jawani phir nahi ani sequel alongside other Pakistani films. However, Harsh Narayan was unable to reach out to the makers of these films.
Epk then contacted Humayun Saeed and informed him about
this. Humayun Saeed who was previously unaware of the film festival said
that he was grateful that Epk reached out and also expressed his happiness upon
his films being selected for the festival.
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The list of Pakistani films which will be screening on the festival now include Teefa in trouble, Moor, Punjab Nahi Jaungi, Motorcycle girl, Na Maloom Afraad, Na Maloom Afraad 2, Ho Mann Jahaan, Dobara Phir Se, Saat Din Mohabbat In, Jawani Phir Nai Ani, Jawani Phir Nai Ani 2 and Actor-in-Law.
The festival will also be screening several other films from South Asian nations including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, India and also UK.
In addition, the film festival plans to travel to different South Asian countries. The organizers also hope to hold the film festival every year.