The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) has announced the full schedule of films for the sixth edition of the festival which runs April 22-27 in Hollywood.

As previously announced, Richie Mehta's Amal will open the festival and the world premiere of portmanteau film Mumbai Cutting A City Unfolds will close it.

Among the highlights of the lineup are Shivajee Chandrabhushan's acclaimed drama Frozen, Chris Smith's The Pool, Amyn Kedarli's romantic comedy Kissing Cousins and Liz Mermin's documentary Shot In Bombay.

The Bollywood By Night section will screen Raj Kapoor's love story Bobby (1975), Sriram Raghavan's noir thriller Johnny Gaddaar and Sudhir Mishra's Lost Moon (Khoya Khoya Chand).

In addition to Mumbai Cutting, three films will make their world premiere at IFFLA. They are documentaries Pancham Unmixed: An Unending Journey about film composer RD Burman and Christopher Mitchell's Super 30 and short Morning Ritual.

Also screening are Santosh Sivan's Before The Rains starring Linus Roache and Nandita Das, and Aamir Khan's Stars On Earth in which he also stars in the story of a boy learning to fend for himself at boarding school.