A selection of fantastic films will be on offer to those who attend this year’s International Film Festival of India in Goa.
People catching flights to Goa at this time and who are wondering what they should get up to first once they arrive at their destination might want to go to a few screenings at the International Film Festival of India.
The event began yesterday (November 23rd) and will be going on until December 3rd, with films including Madam X, Revenge: A Love Story, Red Sky and Koko and the Ghosts.
Film fans heading to India on flights to Goa will no doubt find that all their tastes are more than catered for by the festival. There is a 3D cinema, where people can catch classics like The Cave of Forgotten Dreams and Toomela, as well as a series of documentaries including Love Crimes of Kabul and The Redemption of the General Butt Naked.
The festival itself has been running since 1952, originally held in Mumbai and then taken to Madras, Delhi and Calcutta.
Written by Ruth Norris