Film Sections

International Competition

With each of the 15 hand-picked films from across the world and India competing for the coveted Golden Peacock and other awards, the International Competition films of the 48TH IFFI represent recent films of the highest quality. All the international films in this section will be India Premieres.

Cinema of The World

From award winners at various International film festivals, to Oscar nominated films for the Best Foreign Film Category. From works of known masters to contemporary and debut filmmakers, the Cinema of the World section at the 48th IFFI will showcase the best of world cinema made in the past year.

Indian Panorama

The 48th IFFI will present a selection of the best of contemporary Indian cinema made in the past year.

BRICS

The 48th IFFI is happy to showcase a curated selection of 7 films that have won the BRICS Film Awards this year.

Country of Focus - CANADA

The 48th IFFI Focus Country is Canada.

The 48th IFFI is happy to be hosting and presenting a Canadian delegation, in addition to presenting a package of 8 best films from recent Canadian Cinema. 

Biennale College Cinema

The 48th IFFI will showcase 4 films from the Biennale College of the Venice International Film Festival.

ICFT-UNESCO GANDHI AWARD

The 48th IFFI will present a competitive section of films that uphold humanity, peace and harmony.   The films showcased in this section exhibit artistic excellence in screenplay, music and filming technique. This Award will be announced and presented at the 48th IFFI Closing Ceremony.

Homages – India

In continuation of the festival’s commitment to celebrating the works of key Indian cinema personalities, the 48th IFFI will showcase the works of major film personalities who have left us in the preceding year.

Restored Classics

The 48th IFFI is happy to be presenting a collection of recently restored films that are revered to as the Classics of World Cinema.

Bond Retrospective

Keeping up with the past traditions, the 48th IFFI will have also a retrospective section and this time dedicated to cinema’s greatest spy, James Bond. Celebrating over 50 years of Bond movies, IFFI 2017 will be screening 9 best films that stood the test of time.

Accessible India Film

The 48th IFFI is proud to present a section of 2 audio-described cinematic works, for the visually impaired.  The 48th IFFI is happy to be working in tandem with Delhi based NGO, Saksham and the UNESCO on this section.