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Hyderabad International Film Festival

Hyderabad International Film Festival is an event that took place between 23-Mar-2007 and 29-Mar-2007 in Hyderabad.
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This week, if you don't have the money, it's Lalitha Kala Thoranam. If you have the money, it's the more fancy places. And if you don't have the taste, you should.

The Hyderabad Film Club, the A P Film Directors' Association and Films Anonymous, with support from the Andhra Pradesh State Film, Theatre & Television Development Corporation and the A P Travel & Tourism Development Corporation, apart from the Telugu film industry, is organising the Hyderabad International Film Festival, at various screening venues across the city.

The festival will focus on World Cinema, World Classics, Indian Cinema, Telugu Cinema, Homage and Tributes, and Short and Documentary films. In addition, there will be seminars, workshops, and interactive sessions everyday. There will also be competitions for short and documentary films, but the competition is restricted to films produced in India.

Entry to the festival screenings is strictly through delegate passes, earmarked for Guests, Organising Committee Members, Invitees and Delegates. The delegate passes are priced at Rs. 300 for the entire period of the festival. These passes can be obtained from the festival office in Sarathi Studios at Ameerpet, on production of two passport size photographs.

World Cinema contains 49 films from 25 countries, including World Classics - 10 films, Telugu Classics - 6 films, Focus on South Africa - 7 films, Telugu Popular Cinema - 6 films, Indian Cinema - 20 films, and Indian Short & Documentary Films (competition) - 60 films.

The screenings will be at

1. Sensation Insomnia and Sensation Sunshine, Lakdi-ka-Pul
2. Prasads Multiplex, and Srinivasa 35mm, Narayanaguda
3. Lalita Kala Thoranam - inaugural function on 22nd evening and daily screenings from 7:00pm. Open to all. 4. Prasads Multiplex (Screen – 5) – Workshops & Seminars.

The detailed list of films to be screened are as per list given below:

Sensation - Sunshine

23rd March
9:15am - Red Carpet (Brazil), by Luiz Alberto Pereira
11:15am - French Fried Vacation (France), by Patrice Leconte
3:15pm - Persona Non Grata (Poland), by Krzysztof Zanussi
5:15pm - Black Friday (Hindi), by Anurag Kashyap
7:15pm - Yesterday (South Africa), by Darrell James Roodt

24th March
9:15am - The Insane Flew Away (Iran), by A. R. Motamedi
11:15am - Santa Claus Is A Louse (France), by Jean Marie Poire
3:15pm - Sarafina (South Africa), by Darrell James Roodt
5:15pm - Ashala Pallaki (Telugu), by Perala
7:15pm - Mama’s Guest (Iran), by Dariush Mehrju

25th March
9:15am - The Stick (South Africa), by Darrel James Roodt
11:15am - The Visitors (France), by Jean Marie Poire
3:15pm - Battle Of Algeria (Algeria), by Gillo Ponte Corvo
5:15pm - Kamli (Telugu), by K. N. T Sastry
7:15pm - Who The Hell Is Bony & Clide (Hungary), by Krisztina Deak

26th March
9:15am - Wet Dream (Iran), by Pouran
11:15am - The Goat (France), by Francis Veber
3:15pm - In The Show Of The Palm (Australia), by Wayne Coles Janess
5:15pm - Naayi Neralu (Kannada), by Girish Kasaravalli
7:15pm - The Collection (Poland), by Feliks Falk

27th March
9:15am - The Wind Of The South (Algeria)
11:15am - Mission Cleopatre (France), by Jean Stewart
3:15pm - Dev Rai (Marathi), by Sumitra Bhave & Sunil Sukhthankar
5:15pm - The Long Run (South Africa), by Jean Stewart
7:15pm - Love Without Boundaries (Iran), by Pouran Derkh – Shande

28th March
9:15am - Malek We Ketaba (Egypt), by Kamla Abou Zekry
11:15am - Abhinetri (Bengali), by Satabdi Roy
3:15pm - Poet Of The Waste (Iran), by Mohd. Ahmadi
5:15pm - Unni (Malayalam), by Murali Nair
7:15pm - Mad Men (Poland), by Pawel Wendroff

29th March
9:15am - Red Dust (South Africa), by Tom Hooper
11:15am - Bayo (Marathi), by Gajendra Ahire
3:15pm - Missed Call (Hindi), by Shishi

Sensation – Insomnia

23rd March
9:15am - Monkeys In The Winter (Bulgaria), by Milena Andonova
3:15pm - Ankur (Hindi), Shyam Benegal
5:15pm - Water (Canada), Deepa Mehta
7:15pm - The AX (France), Costa Gaurs

24th March
9:15am - Gods Gift (Hungary), Zsuzsa Boszormenyi
3:15pm - Derivative (Turkey), by Ullas Inan Inac
5:15pm - Joymoti (Assamese), by Manju Borah
7:15pm - Bommarillu (Telugu), by Bhaskar

25th March
9:15am - Ode To Joy (Poland), by Anna Kazejak-Dawid, Jankomasa & Maciej Migas
3:15pm - Peep Tv Show DVD (Japan), by Yukata Tsuchiya
5:15pm - Sophies Scholl (Germany), by Marc Rothamund
7:15pm - Pokiri (Telugu), by Puri Jagannath

26th March
9:15am - Heart Break (Turkey), by Yavuz Turgul
3:15pm - Hostage (Azarbaizan), by Laila Pakainina
5:15pm - Kathanthara (India), by Himanshu Katau
7:15pm - Malapilla (Telugu), by Gudavalli Ramabrahmam

27th March
9:15am - Hiroshima Mon Amour (Fra-Jap-Eng), by Alian Resnais
3:15pm - Nishant (Hindi), by Shyam Benegal
5:15pm - Hope (Telugu), by K. Satich
7:15pm - Real Life Is Elsewhere (Swiss), by Frederic Choffat

28th March
9:15am - Closely Watched Trains (Czech), by Jiri Menzel
3:15pm - Left Foot Forward (Iran), by Kazem Maasoum
5:15pm - Anuranan (Bengali), by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhary
7:15pm - Pothe Poni (Telugu), by Tammareddy Bharadwaja

29th March
9:15am - Brief Encounter (UK), by David Lean
3:15pm - Devadasu (Telugu), by Vendamtam Raghavaiah

Prasads Multiplex (Screen 1)

23rd March
9:00am - The Wind Of South (Algeria)
11:00am - They Came Back (France), by Robin Campillo

24th March
9:00am - Solidarity, Solidarity (Poland), by Juliusz Machulskihz T
11:00am - The Role Of Her Life (France), by Francoise Fauavt

25th March
9:00am - Work Hard, Play Hard (France), by Jean Marc Moutout
11:00am - Little Vilma The Last Diary (Hungary), by Martha Meszaros

26th March
9:00am - Madmen (Poland), by Pawel Wendorff
11:00am - The Deserted Station (Iran), by Alireza Raieesian

27th March
9:00am - Heart’s Affair (Serbia), by Miroslov Mika Aleksic
11:00am - Havana File (Iran), by Ali Reza Raieesian

28th March
9:00am - The AX (France), by Costa Gaures
11:00am - Red Carpet (Brazil), by Luiz Alberto Pereira

29th March
9:00am - The Collector (Poland), by Feliks Falk
11:00am - Mission Cleopatre (France), by Alain Chabat

Prasads Multiplex (Screen 4)

23rd March
9:00am - Ode Of Joy (Poland), by Anna Kazejai-Dawid, Jan Komasa
11:00am - Rachida (Algeria), by Bachir Chouikh

24th March
9:00am - In The Shadow Of Palms (Australia), by Wayne Coles-Janess
11:00am - Paljas (South Africa), by Katinka Heyns

25th March
9:00am - Real Life Is Elsewhere (Switzerland), by Frederic Choufaat
11:00am - Vanaja (India), by Rajneesh Domalapalli

26th March
9:00am - Reyhaneh (Iran), by Ali Reza Raieesian
11:00am - Kebab Connection (Germany), by Sinan Akkos & Anno Saul

27th March
9:00am - Saira (Malayalam), by Dr. Biju
11:00am - Downtown Girls (Egypt), by Mohammed Khan

28th March
9:00am - Who In The Hell Is Bonnie & Clyde (Hungary), by Kriszkna
11:00am - Deak Derivative (Turkey), by Ulha Inan Inac

29th March
9:00am - Persona Non Grata (Poland), by Krzysztof Zanussi
11:00am - The Journey (Iran), by Ali Reza Raieesian

Lalitha Kala Thoranam

23rd March
7:00pm - Yatra (India), by Goutam Ghose

24th March
7:00pm - Maa Bhoomi (Telugu), by Goutam Ghose

25th March
7:00pm - Mutyala Muggu (Telugu), by Bapu

26th March
7:00pm - Malleswari (Telugu), by B N Reddy

27th March
7:00pm - Kallu (Telugu), by M V Raghu

28th March
7:00pm - Sankarabharanam (Telugu), by K Viswanath

29th March
7:00pm - Oorummadi Bratukulu (Telugu), by B S Narayana

Please contact S S Prakash Reddy of the Hyderabad Film Club at 2373-0841/93910-20243 for further details.
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Rama Krishna Rao Balusu on 29th Mar 2007, 10:01pm | Permalink
festival arrangements are too good..but some festival feature films doesn't have eligibility to screening like PERSONA NON GRATA,MISSED CALL,MADMEN AND WORK HARD PLAY HARD.About the short nonfiction and fiction pl dont mix the screening one + one.all short fiction movies will screen consecutive order and the non-fiction is the same.otherwise viewer will lose the valuable time.My heartiest congratulations and thanks to organisers..rkrBALUSU.
Lokendra Varma on 25th Mar 2007, 3:06am | Permalink
damn good
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