The eagerly anticipated BMO IFFSA Toronto 2023, the largest South Asian film festival in North America, is set to kick off today, promising an extraordinary cinematic extravaganza from October 12th to 22nd. This year’s festival is all set to captivate audiences with an impressive lineup of over 120 films in 25 different languages, complemented by 30 engaging events.
Among the standout selections, viewers can look forward to the Cannes duo: Anurag Kashyap’s “Kennedy,” featuring the talented duo Sunny Leone and Rahul Bhat, and Kanu Behl’s “Agra.” Laetitia Colombani’s “The Braid,” starring Kim Raver (known for her role in “Grey’s Anatomy”), will also be a noteworthy addition. Additionally, the Berlin selections include “Ghaath” by Chhatrapal Ninawe and “Aatmapamphlet” by Ashish Bende.
Hailing from the Rotterdam Film Festival, “Family” by Palathara, featuring Vinay Forrt, and Devashish Makhija’s “Joram,” with the brilliant Manoj Bajpayee in the lead, promise to be captivating cinematic experiences. Atul Sabharwal’s Hindi-language “Berlin” adds another layer of diversity to the festival’s offerings.
This grand cinematic celebration is not to be missed, and it’s the perfect opportunity for film enthusiasts to immerse themselves in world-class cinema. To make it even more enticing, be sure to visit our website,https://iffsatoronto.com/schedule-2023/ for special discounts and offers!