Monday, July 8, 2013

KIFF 2013 to Enliven Kolkata, India in November

Cineastes and culturally minded vacationers who have booked flights to arrive in India’s cultural capital Kolkata or are contemplating booking tickets to the city during November 2013, can make their holidays all the more rewarding. The 19th Kolkata International Film Festival is all set to unfold in the city, which will be a visual and intellectual treat for the visitors.

The 8 day fiesta will last from 10th to the 17th November and will enthral cine lovers taking flights to the city with an interesting variety of documentaries, motion pictures, short films from Indian as well as the international cinema. Right from the ‘Centenary Tribute’ to the ‘Homage’, from the ‘Regional Classics’ to the ‘New Horizon’, the event will have a wide range of motion pictures to roll the projector at a speed of 24 FPS.

A number of centenary tributes, students short films, retrospectives, Asian and global flicks, post screening discussion and much more is sure to give amateur as well as veteran cine buffs an interesting insight into the domain.

Recognized as one of the major fests in the nation and overseas, KIFF will again showcase some of the masterpieces like last year from around the world in the presence of prominent guests and cinema devotees.

The city of Kolkata is popularly known for its art and culture and entices hordes of foreign visitors into booking tickets on flights to this part of India. And Britons in particular, find the city’s marvellous legacy from the colonial times truly worth the money spent on flight tickets to this ‘city of Joy’ and the erstwhile capital of India.

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