Dharamshala International Film Festival 2020: From Pearl of the Desert to Yalda, five must-watch picks
Five unusual films from Dharamshala International Film Festival's online 2020 edition.
Jan Komasa’s Corpus Christi, playing at Dharamshala, makes you think about faith and prayer, sinners and saints
The Polish entry for the Best International Feature Film at Academy Awards 2020 reiterates that religion isn't something that has to be followed by the book.
Isamu Hirabayashi’s Japanese-Finnish feature debut Shell and Joint is playing at the Dharamshala International Film Festival.
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2019 screened Kazuhiro Soda's 2018 documentary Inland Sea, and also had a masterclass by the documentary filmmaker.
Namdev Bhau: In Search Of Silence around a 65-year old chauffer, who is unnerved and annoyed by his family's jabbering, his employers's constant criticism and the never-ending noise of Mumbai
Dharamshala International Film Festival, beginning on 1 November, will have a bouquet of 46 films with a focus on those from Himachal Pradesh, apart from having a panel discussion on the #MeToo movement in India
Balekempa director Ere Gowda accused of sexual misconduct; producers withdraw movie from Jio MAMI 20th Film Festival
Kannada filmmaker Ere Gowda's film Balekempa has been taken off the competition at Dharamshala International Film Festival 2018. The film is also competing in the India Gold category at 20th Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival.
The Hungry is a faithful recreation of the blood and gore of Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus
Rahul Jain's debut Machines is a compelling, deceptively simple cinematic essay on the dehumanising effects of labour. In an interview with Trisha Gupta, Jain spoke about privilege and inequality, shielding ourselves from our environment, capitalism and the creative process | DIFF India | #FWeekend
Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, the filmmaker couple who founded DIFF in 2012, spoke with us about running a film festival, staying local while welcoming the world, and what makes their festival different.
Dharamshala International Film Festival 2017 will be held in McLeod Ganj from 2-5 November. The lineup boasts of some fine films and documentaries.
From art to literature and films, these are the festivals and events to attend in 2017
What makes the Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) different, is not the superbly well-chosen films, the infectious warmth of apple-cheeked children running around in the winter sun, or even the lung- and mind-expanding air up in the mountains, where (as the terribly youthful director Raam Reddy put it so charmingly before the Opening Night screening of his film Thithi), “the soul feels close to your body”. What really creates the vibe of the festival is the people.