WELCOME TO THE BAGRI FOUNDATION LONDON INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL

Welcome to the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival, the UK and Europe’s largest Indian film festival which returns for its 8th edition at 11 cinemas across London from 22-29 June.

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 major support from Grange Hotels, Sun Mark Ltd, and is funded by the BFI’s National Lottery Film Festivals Fund.

We hope you enjoy watching films and participating in the talks!

 

LIFF Getting Royal Recognition

As part of the February 2017 launch of UK India Year of Culture the Executive Director of the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival Cary Rajinder Sawhney was invited, alongside the heads of other leading South Asian cultural organisations, to meet Her Majesty the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

LIIF Director Cary Sawhney meets the Queen

Cary wore his families’s traditional Punjabi clothing as styled by Saran Kohli.

 


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Dancing to give birth

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Ray & Scorsese

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Legendary Director Martin Scorsese shares how he got inspired with the works of India's finest director Satyajit Ray.
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What people don't know is Spielberg stole the story for ET from satyajit Ray. There is a Bangla drama based on the original satyajit ray story. Also Rakesh Roshan has always maintained he was inspired by stayajit Rai for koi mil gaya and not Spielberg.

Satyajit Ray was originally supposed to direct a film about a friendly alien and then had a fallout with the Hollywood studio. The same studio then bought in speilberg to direct ET.

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