Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival’s 10th Anniversary

It’s that time of year! It’s the UK and Europe’s largest South Asian film festival… LIFF (London Indian Film Festival) which is supported by the Bagri Foundation and BFI. LIFF 2019 runs from 20th June to 8th July across 5 UK cities (London, Birmingham, Manchester, Halifax and Stockport) and continues to showcase thought-provoking independent cinema,…

London Indian Film Festival 2018

Europe’s largest South Asian annual film festival has kicked started, the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival is a cinematic treasure trove of carefully curated premieres of Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi independent films, offering rare glimpses into some of the billion plus lives in the sub-continent. Now in its ninth year it expands out in…

London Indian Film Festival Returns: 22nd – 29th June 2017

Europe’s largest Indian film festival: London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) returns bigger than ever in its’ 8th year at 11 cinemas across London from 22nd – 29th June 2017. Showcasing a new and exciting selection of cutting-edge independent films that are guaranteed to entertain and offer fascinating insights into a billion South Asian lives. This year’s LIFF 2017 highlights…

London Indian Film Festival 2016

The diverse Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) have returned for their 7th festival, with an even bigger variety films than ever from Bangladesh, India, Srilanka and Pakistan and include seven films directed by talented female filmmakers, with tales which uncover the harsh realities of social issues to rib-tickling comedy. The festival will be running between 14th – 21st…

London Indian Film Festival 2015

I am here with the exciting news that the London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) is returning for 2015! The film festival takes place between the 16th – 26th July 2015. I am back again to volunteer this year! If you want to find out about my time as a volunteer last year just click here! LIFF premieres the…

My #LIFF2014 Experience

The concept behind the London Indian Film Festival 2014 can be found in my previous post about LIFF. I volunteered over 3 key days: LIFF opening night, the Farhan Akhtar Screen Talk and LIFF closing night. LIFF Opening Night  Jeffery.D.Brown’s Sold was LIFF’s opening night movie, the atmosphere was buzzing, especially due to the anticipation for Gillian Anderson’s…

London Indian Film Festival 2014

With my great passion for Asian films, I decided to become a volunteer for the London Indian Film Festival 2014 (LIFF); I am so excited! This is the fifth LIFF running; the film festival is a great opportunity to see a variety of inspirational  independent films from Sold all the way to the Bengali movie Apur Panchali. There is a…