New Delhi Habitat International Film Festival (HIFF) Starts May 6th
On April 18, New Delhi Habitat International Film Festival (HIFF) will be back. There was a two-year break because of COVID. The Habitat International Film Festival (HIFF) will run its third edition, starting on May 6.
If you want to see films from around the world that push the boundaries of cinema, this festival is for you. It will end on May 15.
Among other films, Costa Rica's entry for Best International Feature at the 94th Academy Awards, "Clara Sola," will be screened at the festival. The film won the Prix du Public UBS award at the Locarno Film Festival in Italy. The winner of the Zurich Film Festival's "The Last Austrians," Finland's "The Blind Man Who Did Not Want To See the Titanic," and Portugal's "The Metamorphosis of Birds" are also on the list.
"HIFF, even though it's smaller and more specific than other film festivals, has carved out a special place and a group of people who love it." Because of the help and cooperation of the embassies and cultural centers, we have been able to show you some of the best movies that have won awards and critical praise. Filmmakers and movie fans can't wait to come back to Habitat. "We can't wait to see you again," said Vidyun Singh of the IHC.
There are many different Indian languages that are spoken, including Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, and more. This edition also includes a wide range of films from all over the country.
Some of the Indian films that will be shown at the movie gala are "Taya," "Dhuin," "Jhini Bini Chadariya," "Dimasa," and "Deep 6." They were made by directors like G. Prabha, Achal Mishra, Ritesh Sharma, and Ainu Baruah.
"In the Name of the Son," "Chorokbam," "Siere," and "The Cave" are just a few of the Korean films that will be shown at the festival. They were chosen by the Korean Cultural Center in New Delhi.
The festival also has short films and documentaries, interactive sessions, and a Festival Cafe that serves the best of international street food.