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Media Coverage

THE LOWDOWN – MADE IN BIRMINGHAM

Tafadzwa Mushipe covers the red carpet for The Black Prince which opened the Bagri Foundation Birmingham Indian Film Festival on Friday 23rd June (from 11.45)…WATCH

TIMES OF INDIA

Veteran actor Gulshan Grover, whose web-film ‘Badman’ has been invited for screening at the Moscow International Film Festival and London Indian Film Festival, says he never thought that something made for internet will be shown at international festivals…READ MORE

WHAT’S ON BIRMINGHAM

Birmingham’s What’s On magazine coverage of our film festival… READ MORE

DLUXE BIRMINGHAM & SOLIHULL

Top end lifestyle magazine coverage of our film festival… READ MORE

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Birmingham Mail’s Graham Young previews the festival and shares what he calls the ‘pulsating trailer; for this year’s programme… READ MORE

FILM BIRMINGHAM

Film Birmingham announces the return of our film festival… READ MORE

THE BIRMINGHAM PRESS

The Birmingham Press features the return of our film festival… READ MORE

GREATER BIRMINGHAM CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Our film festival is listed as part of Birmingham’s UTSAV 17 a year dedicated to celebrating South Asian culture… READ MORE

THE ASIAN TODAY

The film festival is announced in The Asian Today…READ MORE

ASIAN STYLE

The lifestyle magazine talks about the film festival in London and Birmingham…READ MORE

I CHOOSE BIRMINGHAM

Birmingham’s weekly culture and lifestyle e-magazine previews our film festival…READ MORE

SAMPAD SOUTH ASIAN ARTS

South Asian Arts organisation and partner previews the 2017 programme…READ MORE

mac BIRMINGHAM

Arts organisation and partner previews the 2017 programme…READ MORE

DESIBLITZ

The award winning Asian lifestyle website and partner talks about the film festival in London and Birmingham…READ MORE

BIRMINGHAM CITY UNIVERSITY

Professor Rajinder Dudrah, Professor of Cultural Studies & Creative Industries, Birmingham City University looks forward to his Q&A with Sexy Durga Director, Sanal Kumar Sasidharan…READ MORE

INDIA PAGES

S Kapeed previews the 2017 programme of films…READ MORE

RAVEETA WRITES

Blogger Raveeta, catches up with Dharmesh Rajput, Head of Cinema, Birmingham to talk about this year’s festival…READ MORE

HUFFINGTON POST

Cultural Consultant, Harpreet Kaur, reviews three of the films from this year’s festival for Huffington Post. Read more about The Black Prince, Babylon Sisters and Newton…READ MORE