Bedabrata Pain’s Chittagong and Prashant Bhargava’s Patang bookend the Indian Film Festival Of Los Angeles (IFFLA) which will screen 33 films from around the world.
The festival will take place in Los Angeles from Apr 10-15 at the ArcLight Hollywood and boasts selections from India, the UK, Canada, Italy, Germany, South Africa and the US.
“From the very beginning, our mission was to establish a film festival that would not only pave the way for a greater appreciation of Indian cinema and culture in the US, but also serve as the portal between the two largest entertainment industries in the world – the US and India,” IFF founder Christina Marouda said.
“Today, IFFLA stands as the barometer of Indian cinema worldwide and has become the gateway to India in Hollywood.”
For more information visit the official website.