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The Chennai International Film Festival will see 121 films getting screened over a week in the city

Published: 05th January 2022
Promo stills of Maara and Queen of Glory

The 19th Chennai International Film Festival is nearing the end. The eight-day film festival with a curated list of 121 films from 53 countries will come to an end on January 6 with the screening of Vortex directed by Gaspar Noé. Indian films such as Udanpirappe, Nayattu, among others were also screened during the festival.

Following is the schedule for January 5 arranged in order of the screens at which films are being screened. 

Anna Cinemas: 

10 am: At the End of Elvin directed by Mehdi Torab-Beigi and Mohammad Torab-Beigi (Iran)

1 pm: Queen of Glory directed by Nana Mensah (Ghana, USA)

3 pm: Listen Before You Sing directed by Yang Chihlin (Taiwan) 

6 pm: Memoria directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul (Thailand, France, Colombia +)


Santham Cinemas:

10.15 am: The Restless directed by Joachim Lafosse (Luxembourg, Belgium)

1 pm: The Replacement directed by Oscar Aibar (Spain)

3.30 pm: Tom Medina directed by Tony Gatif (Switzerland, France)

6 pm: The Judgement directed by Sander Burger (Netherlands)


10.15 am: Small country: An African Childhood directed by Eric Barbier (France, Belgium, Rwanda)

1 pm: Natyam directed by Revanth Kumar Korukonda (India)

3 pm: 21st Tiffin directed by Vijaygiri Bava

6.15 pm: Streetwise directed by Na Jiazuo


10 am: Flashdrive directed by Dervis Zaim (Turkey)

12.45 pm: Theodor directed by Viljar Boe (Norway)

2.45 pm: Maara directed by Dhilip Kumar (India)

6 pm: Udanpirappe directed by Era Saravanan (India)

6 Degrees:

9.30 am: How to Be a Classy Tramp directed by Olof Birna Torfadottir (Iceland)

11.30 am: Masterclass by Madhumita Vijay, Preetha Jayaraman

1.30 pm:  Exit Marakkech directed by Caroline Link (Germany)

4.15 pm: Women Do Cry directed by Vesela Kazakova and Mina Mileva (Bulgaria, France)

6.30 pm: Maman directed by Arash Aneessee (Iran)

It must be noted that audiences must be vaccinated (one shot at least) to enter the cinema halls where the films are being screened.

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