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The Indian Film Festival comes to Los Angeles




The Indian Film Festival comes to Los Angeles
The Indian Film Festival comes to Los Angeles
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The eighth annual Indian Film Festival kicked off Tuesday at the ArcLight theater in Hollywood. Five countries and 33 films—including India's entry for the foreign language Oscar "Harischandrachi Factory" and "Vihir," as well as the documentaries "At My Doorstep," "Nero's Guests" and "Babies Made in India”—will be featured at the Festival, which runs from April 20th through the 25th. The festival’s founder and chairman join Patt and Kiran Deol, director of the featured film “Woman Rebel,” for a preview.

Guests:

Christina Marouda, Founder and Executive Director, Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA)

Arnold Peter, Chair of Board of Directors, Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA)

Kiran Deol, director of “WOMAN REBEL,” one of eight films short-listed for a 2010 Oscar nomination