Interesting films from Asia to get screened in IFFI

Asian films get a major share of screening at the 50th edition of International film festival of India.
Written By Aravind Peesapati | Updated: November 17, 2019 14:41 IST
Interesting films from Asia to get screened in IFFI

This year marks the 50th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI). The nine-day film carnival kickstarts on the 20th of November in Panjim, Goa and concludes on the 28th. As it is a golden jubilee celebration, the organizers have made some plans to celebrate the best of cinema.

There is a specially curated category in IFFI, which is Soul of Asia. This section screens the best films made in the Asian continent. This time there are seven films that are prepping up for their screenings under this section. They are Feelings To Tell (China), The Fourth Wall (China), The Other Half (Sri Lanka), Summer Is The Coldest Season (China), Ten Years Japan (Japan), Ten Years Taiwan (Taiwan) and Wet Season (Singapore-Taiwan).
Anthony Chen's Wet Season is the favorite in this section as the film is widely acclaimed across various film festivals around the globe. Meanwhile, the other films also are equally good and are among this edition's to-be-watched list. IFFI 2019 will be bigger than all the previous editions. Over 200 films from 76 countries are getting ready for screenings. Thousands of delegates from all over the world will attend this nine days gala film festival in Goa.