Padman, Kadakh to be screened at Indus Valley International Film Festival 2020
The second edition of the Indus Valley International Film Festival will be held digitally from October 2 to October 10
The second edition of the Indus Valley International Film Festival (IVIFF) will be held digitally from October 2 to October 10. The festival will begin with opening remarks by R Balki. Balki’s 2018 film, Padman, will also be screened at the festival, as will Rajat Kapoor’s Kadakh. The festival has been dubbed as South Asia’s first ‘Borderless Digital Film Festival’.
“I am happy to be associated with the Indus Valley International Film Festival that is connecting filmmakers and creative professionals,” R Balki said. “I am glad to know that my film Padman will be the inaugural film on October 2. I will be giving the opening remarks on the same day. There will be some fantastic films from all across South Asia.”
Harsh Narayan, Founder and Creative Director of IVIFF, said, “I believe at the darkest of times it's propagation and practice of creative arts which can bring solace in the lives of people. Art can help heal the wounds, connect people in an emotional space, and help them mitigate all challenges in the pursuit of creating a peaceful, mutually-respectful, and humane society.”