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The International Film Festival of India IFFI, founded in 1952, is one of the most significant film festivals in Asia Held annually, currently in the state of Goa, on the western coast of the country, the festival aims at providing a common platform for the cinemas of the world to project the excellence of the film art; contributing to the understanding and appreciation of film cultures of different nations in the context of their social and cultural ethos; and promoting friendship and cooperation among people of the world The festival is conducted jointly by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Directorate of Film Festivals and the Government of Goa

Contents

  • 1 Vision
  • 2 History
  • 3 Chronology of IFFI and Filmotsav
  • 4 Permanent Venue
  • 5 Golden Peacock Award winners Feature Films
  • 6 Golden Peacock Award winners Short Films
  • 7 Indian Film Personality of the Year
  • 8 Miscellany
  • 9 References
  • 10 External links

Vision

Ayam nijam paroveti gananā laghuchetasām, Udāracharitānām tu vasudhaiva kutumbakam

Extract from the Vedic scripture Maha Upanishad, meaning "This is for me and that is for other – is the thinking of a narrow-minded person For those who are broad-minded, liberals, or noble people, the entire world is a one big family"

History

The 1st edition of IFFI was organised by the Films Division, Government of India, with the patronage of the first Prime Minister of India Held in Mumbai from 24 January to 1 February 1952, the Festival was subsequently taken to Madras, Delhi, Calcutta and Trivandrum In all it had about 40 features and 100 short films In Delhi, the IFFI was inaugurated by Prime Minister Pt Jawaharlal Nehru on 21 February 1952

The first edition was non-competitive, had 23 countries including the United States participating with 40 feature films and about a hundred short films The Indian entries for the festival were Awara Hindi, Patala Bhairavi Telugu, Amar Bhoopali Marathi and Babla Bengali This was the first International Film Festival held anywhere in Asia The notable films shown during the festival were Bicycle Thieves, Miracle of Milan & Open City from Italy Yukiwarisoo Japan, Dancing Fleese UK, The River USA and Fall of Berlin USSR

It was for the first time that the Indian Film Industry was exposed to a vast range of outstanding post-war era films From the 3rd edition in January 1965, IFFI became competitive It has since then moved to Trivandrum, capital of Kerala In 1975 the Filmotsav, non-competitive and to be held in other film-making cities in alternate years, was introduced Later, Filmotsavs were merged in IFFI In 2004 the IFFI was moved to Goa from Trivandrum Since then IFFI has been an annual event and competitive

World's first Sanskrit 3D film 'Anurakthi is among the main attraction in 3D category at the ongoing International Film Festival of India in Panaji in Goa Asokan PK-directed film throws light on the ancient theatrical tradition of Koodiyattam in Kerala The movie narrates the story of 'Vasudha', a Punjabi danseuse, who comes to Kerala to learn Koodiyattam from a practitioner called Paramesharwan Chakkiar

Chronology of IFFI and Filmotsav

Edition Year Venue Competitive
1st 24th January 1952 Mumbai No
2nd 27th October - 2nd November 1961 New Delhi No
3rd 8th January 1965 New Delhi Yes
4th 5th - 18th December 1969 New Delhi Yes
5th 30th December 1974 - 12th January 1975 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 14th November 1975 Kolkata No
Filmotsav 2nd - 15th January 1976 Mumbai No
6th 3-16 January 1977 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 3 -16 January 1978 Chennai No
7th 3-16 January 1979 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 3 -16 January 1980 Bengaluru No
8th 3-16 January 1981 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 3 -16 January 1982 Kolkata No
9th 3-16 January 1983 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 3 -16 January 1984 Mumbai No
10th 3-16 January 1985 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 10-24 January 1986 Hyderabad No
11th 10-24 January 1987 New Delhi Yes
Filmotsav 10-24 January 1988 Thiruvananthapuram No
12th 10-24 January 1989 New Delhi No
IFFI '90 10-20 January 1990 Kolkata No
IFFI '91 10-20 January 1991 Chennai No
IFFI '92 10-20 January 1992 Bengaluru No
24th 10-20 January 1993 New Delhi No
25th 10-20 January 1994 Kolkata No
26th 10-20 January 1995 Mumbai No
27th 10-20 January 1996 Delhi Yes - Asian Women Directors
28th 10-20 January 1997 Thiruvananthapuram No
29th 10-20 January 1998 Delhi Yes - Asian Directors
30th 10-20 January 1999 Hyderabad No
31st 10-20 January 2000 New Delhi Yes - Asian Directors
32nd 2001 - Cancelled Cancelled No
33rd 1-10 October 2002 Delhi Yes - Asian Competition
34th 9th – 19th October 2003 Delhi Yes - Asian Competition

Permanent Venue

Since 2004, starting from the 35th edition, the International Film Festival of India, became globally competitive, and moved to its permanent venue Goa, and is being held during the months of November and December of each year

Golden Peacock Award winners Feature Films

Edition Film Original Title Director Country
3rd Gamperaliya Lester James Peries  Sri Lanka
4th The Damned Luchino Visconti  Italy
5th Dreaming Youth János Rózsás  Hungary
6th Brother and Sister Ani Imōto Tadashi Imai  Japan
7th Hungarian Rhapsody Miklós Jancsó  Hungary
8th The Unknown Soldier’s Patent Leather Shoes
Aakrosh
Rangel Valchanov
Govind Nihalani
 Bulgaria
 India
9th Not Awarded Not Awarded Not Awarded Not Awarded
10th The Bostonians
Ruthless Romance
James Ivory
Eldar Ryazanov
 United Kingdom
 Russia
11th Farewell Green Summer Proshal Zelen Leta Elyer Ishmukhamedov  Russia
29th The King of Masks Wu Tianming  China
31st Karunam Jayaraj  India
33rd Letters to Elza Igor Maslennikov  Russia
34th At Five in the Afternoon Panj é asr Samira Makhmalbaf  Iran /  France
35th The Beautiful City Shah-re ziba Asghar Farhadi  Iran
36th Iron Island Jazireh ahani Mohammad Rasoulof  Iran
37th The Old Barber Hasi Chaolu  China
38th The Wall Lin Chih Ju  Taiwan
39th Tulpan Sergei Dvortsevoy  Kazakhstan /  Russia
40th Cannot Live Without You Leon Dai  Taiwan
41st Moner Manush Gautam Ghose  India
42nd Porfirio Alejandro Landes  Colombia /  Argentina
43rd Anhe Ghore Da Daan Gurvinder Singh  India
44th Beatriz's War A Guerra da Beatriz Luigi Acquisto / Bety Reis  Timor-Leste
45th Leviathan Leviafan Andrey Zvyagintsev  Russia
46th Embrace of the Serpent El abrazo de la serpiente Ciro Guerra  Colombia
47th Daughter Dokthar Reza Mirkarimi  Iran
48th BPM Beats per Minute Robin Campillo  France

Golden Peacock Award winners Short Films

Edition Film Country
3rd Cyclone  Cuba
4th Taking off at 1800 Hours  Cuba
5th Automatic  Czechoslovakia
6th After the Silence  India
7th An Encounter with Faces
Olympic Games
 India
 Poland
8th A Period of Transition  Denmark
9th Not Awarded Not Awarded
10th Narcissus  Canada
11th Not Awarded Not Awarded

Indian Film Personality of the Year

  • Since 2013, on the occasion of 100 years of Cinema of India, the "Centenary Award" for the "Indian Film Personality of the Year" was instituted The annual award is given to an Indian film veteran for their outstanding Contribution in Indian Film Industry through their film craft This Award consists of a Silver Peacock Medal, a certificate and a Cash Prize of Rs 10 Lakhs
Edition Awardee Craft
44th Waheeda Rahman Actress
45th Rajinikanth Actor
46th Ilaiyaraaja Composer
47th S P Balasubrahmanyam Playback singer and composer
48th Amitabh Bachchan Actor

Miscellany

  • The first IFFI was held in 1952, and American director Frank Capra attended as a part of the US delegation
  • On the eve of IFFI 2006, journalist and author Mario Cabral e Sa's book Location Goa, highlighting Goa's contribution to the Hindi film world, was released on 21 November 2006
  • Since 2004, Goa has hosted IFFI every year This brings in more visitors to the State, and also coincides with the novenas and feast of the 16th-century Basque missionary-saint Francis Xavier

References

  1. ^ M Mohan Mathews 2001 India, Facts & Figures Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd pp 134– ISBN 978-81-207-2285-9 Retrieved 31 October 2012 
  2. ^ a b Gulzar; Govind Nihalani; Saibal Chatterjee 2003 Encyclopaedia of Hindi Cinema Popular Prakashan pp 98– ISBN 978-81-7991-066-5 Retrieved 31 October 2012 
  3. ^ "Key highlights of the 46th International Film Festival of India" PIB Retrieved 30 November 2015 
  4. ^ a b "A Festival Showcasing Talent of Lights, Camera and Action! – International Film Festival of India – 2011" Retrieved 31 October 2012 
  5. ^ Saverio Giovacchini; Robert Sklar 1 December 2011 Global Neorealism: The Transnational History of a Film Style Univ Press of Mississippi pp 179– ISBN 978-1-61703-122-9 Retrieved 31 October 2012 
  6. ^ Jawaharlal Nehru 1972 Selected works of Jawaharlal Nehru Orient Longman p 311 ISBN 978-0-19-563745-8 Retrieved 31 October 2012 
  7. ^ "International Film Festival Of India 2017 | Goa Film festival | IFFI Awards | Onmanorama" OnManorama Retrieved 2017-11-18 
  8. ^ a b c http://rrtdnicin/iffi-2002htm
  9. ^ ":: Welcome To IFFI ::" wwwiffinicin 
  10. ^ "INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF INDIA – A CHRONOLOGY" inbministryblogspotin 
  11. ^ "rediffcom, Movies: 32nd International Film Festival of India cancelled" wwwrediffcom 
  12. ^ "New MoU needed for Goa as permanent venue - Times of India" 
  13. ^ "Who will be the Indian Film Personality of the Year at IFFI 2017" 8 November 2017 
  14. ^ "Waheeda receives Indian Film Personality of the Year award at IFFI" 
  15. ^ Capra, Frank The Name Above the Title: An Autobiography Vintage Bools, New York, 1985, p 43

External links

  • Official Festival Website operated by Entertainment Society of Goa
  • Commemorating the first edition of IFFI - broken link
  • Pandit Nehru inaugurating the first IFFI, NPL auditorium, Feb 21, 1952
  • IMDb

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