More than 50 films will be screened at the Indian Pavilion as well as the Terra Hall in the Sustainability Pavilion.
The Great Indian Film Festival (TGIFF) is set to take place at Expo 2020 Dubai starting from March 7 to 9.
The TGIFF is a touring film festival for short films and documentaries, which aims to bring global filmmakers and world cultures together on one platform with the goal of making art and cinema accessible to all.
During the three-day event, more than 50 films will be shown in the Indian Pavilion as well as the Terra Hall in the Sustainability Pavilion. The festival will also host ambassadors, actors, directors and academics from all over the world.
This year’s jury consists of Indian actors Gajraj Rao, Gulshan Grover and Jaaved Jaaferi, French producer Bruno Smadja, Dr Rebecca, and Richard Trombly who has worked for The Hollywood Reporter.
Vevek Paul is the founder of The Great Indian Film Festival (TGIFF) and CEO of the production house Cinemaddicts9. Through this festival, he showcases Indian talent to the rest of the world.
This year’s festival will open with Bittu, a short film which was India’s Oscar entry last year.