Nitte International Film Festival

The first Nitte International Film Festival will be held on April 24, 25, 26 and 27, 2017.

This film festival is being organised by the students of Nitte Institute of Communication, a constituent college of Nitte University, Mangaluru.

The aim of the festival is to showcase award winning, and critically acclaimed cinema from across the world to audiences in Mangaluru. It also aims to provide a platform for great cinema that did not have good theatrical releases in Mangaluru. All screenings are going to be free of cost at the film festival for the public.

This edition of Nitte International film festival is focusing on diversity in multiple global community cultures & also celebrating Independent Filmmakers in the contemporary Filmmaking world.

Apart from showcasing films, Nitte International Film Festival will also conduct workshops on script writing, screenplay, and film criticism.

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Confirmed FIlms

In Kannada:
Amaravati by B M Giriraj
Railway Children by Pruthvi Konanur
Zero Made in India by Giridev Hassan
Harivu by Mansore (National Award Winner)
Kahi by Arvind Sastry
Kendasampige by Suri

Malayalam
Unto the Dusk by Sajin Babu

Bengali/Gujarati/Marathi
Bakita Byaktigato by Pradipta Bhattacharya (National Award Winner)
Killa by Arun Avinash (National Award Winner)
Amdavad ma Famous by Hardik Mehta (National Award Winner)

Hindi
Haal E Kangaal by P N Ramachandra (National Award Winner)
Nil Battey Sannata by Ashwini Iyer
Island City by Ruchika Oberoi
Pink by Aniruddha Roy Chowdhury (National Award Winner)

Odia
Tara by Bijaya Jena (National Award Winner)
Abhaas by Bijaya Jena (National Award Winner)

International Films
Soegija, Indonesia
Kolo Pothi, Nepal
Laila-Leela Kotha, Bangladesh
Sanctuary, Germany/Ireland
Ordinary People, Philippines
Red Butterfly Dream, Sri Lanka
A Quiet Heart. Israel
Sink, South Africa