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ALIIFF to Screen Over 100 Movies from Across the World

Hyderabad: The much awaited Indywood Film Carnival will be held at HITEX Convention Centre in Hyderabad from December 1  to 5, 2018. The Carnival is expected to accelerate the growth of Indian Film Industry through big budget movie projects, co-production ventures and B2B meet generating business worth Rs 500 crore.

The fourth edition of Indywood Film Carnival (IFC 2018), a flagship venture of 10 billion USD Project Indywood, aims to elevate Indian cinema to an international level. IFC 2018 will be one-stop platform for showcasing the latest technology and future possibilities in the entire spectrum of film making, skill development, pre-production, production, technical support, post-production, distribution, marketing and release among others.

All Lights India International Film Festival (ALIIFF) – the flagship event of Indywood Film Carnival, will screen over 100 movies from nearly 50 countries. Cinema lovers can expect a grand visual experience with PVR Inorbit Mall set to open its 4 theater screens for the film festival, as they being the Exclusive Multiplex Partner. The films will be screened in top quality screens with the famous PVR service experience offered in full. Around 16 movies will be screened per day and the films will include premiers of National and International Films.

The 4th edition of ALIIFF will see the screening of feature films with a long list of must watch short films and documentaries from across the world. There will be most awaited films from the World Cinema and the movies from this year’s Oscar race too. A tribute segment to the legendary Iranian director Late Abbas Kiarostami, is another highlight of the festival. Celebrity red carpet walks, exclusive Media Interactions and Q&A sessions with the industry’s leading directors and celebrities will also be held at the venue during the festival.

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