WELCOME TO THE BAGRI FOUNDATION BIRMINGHAM INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL

Welcome to the Bagri Foundation Birmingham Indian Film Festival, part of Europe’s largest Indian showcase, which returns to the city for its 3rd edition at 3 cinemas from 23 June – 2 July.

We are 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. The festival is title sponsored by the Bagri Foundation with a major support from Grange Hotels, Sun Mark Ltd, and is funded by the BFI’s National Lottery Film Festivals Fund.


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Birmingham Indian Film Festival

Looking forward to seeing this #Kannada warm hearted #comedy on Saturday 1 July, 5.45pm mac Birmingham | Tickets bit.ly/BIFFeggHere's wishing the team of Ondu Motteya Kathe- Kannada Movie Raj B Shetty all the best for the upcoming Birmingham Indian Film Festival. #filmfestival #birmingham #egghead ... See MoreSee Less

Looking forward to seeing this #Kannada warm hearted #comedy on Saturday 1 July, 5.45pm mac Birmingham | Tickets http://bit.ly/BIFFegg

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5 hours ago

Birmingham Indian Film Festival

TWO music documentaries for the price of one! See both TONIGHT at mac Birmingham, 7pm.

Zikr Us Parivash Ka (In Search of that Angel Face)
Rare footage and stories from those who remember her, make In Praise of that Angel Face a unique documentary on Begum Akhtar, also known as Malika-e-Ghazal.

Overtone
A vivid picture of legendary percussionist Umayalpuram J. Sivaraman as this film traces the origins of South Indian Carnatic classical music.

Tickets: bit.ly/BIFFdocs
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TWO music documentaries for the price of one!  See both TONIGHT at mac Birmingham, 7pm. 

Zikr Us Parivash Ka (In Search of that Angel Face)
Rare footage and stories from those who remember her, make In Praise of that Angel Face a unique documentary on Begum Akhtar, also known as Malika-e-Ghazal.

Overtone 
A vivid picture of legendary percussionist Umayalpuram J. Sivaraman as this film traces the origins of South Indian Carnatic classical music.

Tickets: http://bit.ly/BIFFdocs

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Bridge tonight at The Mockingbird Cinema & Kitchen, 7.30pm

A life affirming film of healing and hope - a beautifully crafted Bengali movie with English subtitles starring the legendary Soumitra Chatterjee and Mamata Shankar with Sandhya Mridul who starred in Saathiya (2002), Page 3 (2005) and featured in Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa (2007)

Tickets: bit.ly/BIFFbr

www.youtube.com/watch?v=isL5oa96oWQUK-India 2016. Dir Amit Ranjan Biswas With Soumitra Chatterjee, Sandhya Mridul. 100min. Digital. Bengali with EST. 12A Satyajit Ray’s beloved actor Soumitra ...
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Great! I love indian festival

A Durga puja takes place in this film!

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Birmingham Indian Film Festival

Thank you for your kind words - we're both excited and scared to be screening Lapachhapi (Hide and Seek) at mac Birmingham on Friday 30 June, 8pm ahead of its release in India on 14 July. #Marathi #HorrorHere's wishing the movie Lapachhapi and team all the best for the upcoming Birmingham Indian Film Festival 2017. Vishal Furia Soumya Ranjan Patnaik Pooja Sawant Vikram Gaikwad. #film #london #filmfest #birmingham ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you for your kind words - were both excited and scared to be screening Lapachhapi (Hide and Seek) at mac Birmingham on Friday 30 June, 8pm ahead of its release in India on 14 July. #Marathi #Horror

Lapachhapi (Hide and Seek) is coming... will you dare to watch it alone? www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_hHAt6GBYEPresenting you with the Lapachhapi Teaser Trailer. Lapachhapi is a thriller-horror film in marathi language. It is a unique horror film which has been a part... ... See MoreSee Less

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