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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LIFF audience fundraised over £800 towards building a new hospital at Hemalkasa to care for local communities.

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100s of animals feel at home, literally, in Maharashtra and it’s all thanks to an Indian family! #OMGIndia #FullStory Dr Prakash Amte DR.PRAKASH BABA AMTE-The Real Hero
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Indian Film Festival in Florence Decemberonly one month before we all #getrivered
#staytuned and #strikeapose 😉
See you soon at cinema La Compagnia from 7th to 12th December!!!!!!
#R2RFIFF #R2Rindianfilmfactory #florence
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Indian Film Festival in Florence December

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London INDIAN Film Festival

Award wining short Sisak screens at BrixtonReel Film Festival SOAS next Tuesday.S i s a k, India's First Silent LGBTQ Love Story, will screen at the Brixton Reel Film Festival in the 'Too Desi, Too Queer' program. In Association with Brixton Reel Film Festival, Gaysian, Club Kali & Queer Asia. Thank you, Cary Sawhney for this opportunity. Event Details: Sisak | Bixton Reel Film Festival FREE ENTRY! Book Tickets now!
Faraz Arif Ansari | Futterwacken Films
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Award wining short Sisak screens at BrixtonReel Film Festival SOAS next Tuesday.

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Thanks for the shoutout, London INDIAN Film Festival! Much love 🙂

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London INDIAN Film Festival

Don’t miss the 3rd UK Festival screening of this magnificent film. Book on eventbrite to avoid disappointment. 12th November.

Preview Screening of A Billion Colour Story at Brixton ReelNovember 12, 2017, 2:00pmMosaic ClubhouseWinner of the LIFF 2017 Audience Award Best Film - the feelgood and emotionally powerful - A BILLION COLOUR STORY Dir. N. Padmakumar (cert.15) returns to London for one afternoon only at Brixton Reel Film Festival. The screening is followed by a debate on the film in relation to wellbeing and the Asian communities.
Tickets are FREE but its going to be popular and pre-booked take preference.
Please pre-book on Eventbrite - goo.gl/L5anGh
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Preview Screening of A Billion Colour Story at Brixton Reel

Bagri Foundation supported the Strauss Reflected performance last night - a fusion of music with India’s classical raga singer Meeta Pandit, Classic FM’s John Suchet and the Sinfonia Verdi. ... See MoreSee Less

Bagri Foundation supported the Strauss Reflected performance last night - a fusion of music with India’s classical raga singer Meeta Pandit, Classic FM’s John Suchet and the Sinfonia Verdi.
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