With the philosophy of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ (the world is one family) at its core, the International Film Festival of India has been erasing boundaries within the world of art and films. The annual festival offers a platform to all the cinephiles and creators across the globe to showcase their work and talent, engage with film cultures of various nations and promote understanding of the social and cultural ethos of world cinema.

Conducted jointly by the National Film Development Corporation and Entertainment Society of Goa, the festival has been organized in various cities in the past like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Madras, Goa, etc. The festival continues to work towards the discovery, support, and promotion of films across genres, cultures, and languages with a vision of connecting Indian cinema to the world and also bringing world cinema to India.

Indian Panorama

In an attempt to promote art films in Asia, Indian Panorama selects the best contemporary films made in India. Started in 1978 as a flagship component of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Goa, its main objective is to enrich the culture and promote heritage with the art of filmmaking.

Film Bazaar

With our belief in the power of film, Film Bazaar welcomes 200+ scripts, projects, and films from all over South Asia. These film projects are pitched to a myriad of film producers, buyers, and film festival programmers globally.

About IFFI

The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia. It is organized by the Directorate of Film Festivals in Asia, an organization of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. IFFI was first held in 1952 and has since been held annually to provide a common platform for the best cinema at an International level to project the excellence in the art of filmmaking.

Ray Poster Contest

As a tribute to the legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray and his creative masterpieces along with his contribution to the art of filmmaking, the Ray Poster Contest is to inspire the youth associated with the subject of films. Participants would be envisioning and creating their versions of Ray’s iconic films enabling them to learn, visualize, and create inspired by this master of cinema.

Country Focus - France

Celebrating the cinematic excellence of French films representing the aesthetics, culture, and versatility of France. Organized in collaboration with the Embassy of France and Institut français India.

Ticket Bookings for the Screening of Films during the 53rd International Film Festival of India are closed.

Delegate, Media and Student Registrations for the 53rd International Film Festival of India are closed.