Call For Entries: 15th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart 2018
The 15th edition of the Indian Film Festival Stuttgart is now open for submissions. The Indian Film Festival Stuttgart presents feature films, documentaries, children’s and animated films of any length and format. The festival will take place July 18th through 22nd 2018 in Stuttgart, Germany. There will be jury awards for best feature, documentary an short film and an audience award. The awards are endowed with up to 4.000 Euros.
Apart from this, there are also special programs that are going to be held during the festival. ‘School Day’ will be addressed to pupils from class 9 to 13. An educational Indian film dealing with a current topic will be showcased to the students. The ‘Tea Talks’, which have been an integral part of the festival for more than ten years will also continue to take place. These are special lectures in German wherein experts will provide information about India. The last date of submission is 31st of March, 2018. If you have any queries regarding the festival, please mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Grand Anniversary Festival Celebrations 2018
15 Years Indian Film Festival Stuttgart
50 Years City Twinning Stuttgart – Mumbai
Even more so than in the past years, the 15th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart is characterized by the city twinning of Stuttgart and Mumbai, which celebrates its 50-year-long partnership in 2018.
For people interested in film and culture, who want to find out more about India, the country and its people, the festival has been a highlight for 15 years. During this time, the festival has established itself as a constant and well-attended cultural event. Beyond that, it serves as a platform for film producers, actors and distributors, who use it to exchange ideas, plan new projects, as well as to simply enjoy spending time with like-minded individuals.
Like every year, Indian Film Festival Stuttgart will be showing movies from newcomers as well as established film producers at the festival. Indian Film Festival Stuttgart are especially happy to support film school graduates, who want to gather experience in the film industry abroad. Uma da Cunha and Therese Hayes will be acting as curators to support the festival and consult with Indian Film Festival Stuttgart. The festival is further cooperating with Pocket Films, India’s leading distributor of short films, independent films, animation films and documentaries, for the 8th time this year to bring you Short Takes, Indian Film Festival Stuttgart established and popular contest for short films.