The highlights of the second day of ongoing International Film Festival of India in Goa included the inauguration of the Indian Panorama section along with the Special Section dedicated to this year’s focus country Russia.
Abigail, one of the eight Russian movies was screened today.
Russian Ambassador to India Nikolay Kudashev said that time is ripe for both the countries to enter into joint film making and stressed on increasing human to human contact.
On the second day of IFFI -2019 in Goa, as many as 50 movies are being screened in cinema halls across 10 different venues.
As is known that this year’s focus country is Russia, eight movies from that country will be screened in this nine-day long festival. Russian movies are known for their stylish and modern storyline and the movies that will be screened this year too, promise to enthral the audience alike.
The session on Master Classes began today with one of the prominent names in film industry Madhur Bhandarkar informing about the nuances in film making to aspiring film-makers.
The Russian Ambassador to India Nikolay Kudashev while talking to press said the time is ripe for joint film-making and both India and Russia should collaborate to bring the heritage of two countries together.