Beginning from the gorgeous Pink city and building its reputation worldwide ~ Jaipur International Film Festival ~ JIFF is all set to celebrate its 15th birthday. Hanu Roj [Founder Director of JIFF] asserts that the festival will be organized entirely offline from the 6th to the 10th of January. This festival is going to be different from previous editions as along with the film screenings ~ a number of new events would be initiated this time through which filmmakers across the globe would be having an open dialogue for the development of World Cinema Summit and Global Film Tourism Summit.
The events to take place for the first time
This time world Cinema Summit global film tourism Summit Indian panorama and torch campaign alike special campaigns would be initiated which would continue every year ~ Informs JIFF spokespersons Rajendra Boda and Nivedita Sharma. World Cinema Summit and global film tourism Summit would give a platform to filmmakers across the globe to promote their films and open dialogue for development in the respective area. For the first time, 12 full-length Indian feature films would be screened in Indian Panorama. The torch campaign would be organized in 10 cities of the country including Kashmir and Jaipur from 23rd November to 5th January. The campaign is going to create awareness for CINEMA through the screening of 12 films as a part of the Indian panorama in these cities. Simultaneously other events Jaipur film market international coproduction meet and dialogue on film policy of different states would be yeah taking place in the festival.
From this year a red carpet will be organized in JIFF. Separate programs will be organized to take Rajasthani cinema and Rajasthan to the world level. This year for the first time in the world, the filmmakers themselves will host and conduct JIFF 2023.
Around 250 films from 90 countries will be screened in the Festival
From 6th to 10th January films would be screened across the globe along with all these special events, tells organizers of the festival. Around 250 films received from approximately 90 countries would be screened.