Bollywood Film Festival

Bollywood Film Festival


Posted 2023-10-30 by Jenfollow

Thu 02 Nov 2023 - Sun 05 Nov 2023

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Come along to experience the launch of Australia's Bollywood Film Festival from 2-5 Nov 2023, including the Opening Night Gala with special guest, Australian cricket legend Brett Lee, introducing the Festival (Sydney only) at Dendy Newton on Thursday 2 November from 6.30pm. All tickets include a sweet treat on arrival and a complimentary Sydney Beer. Download the program here .

Participating venues include
  • Sydney – Dendy Newtown - 261-263 King St, Newtown, NSW
  • Canberra – Dendy Canberra - Bunda St, Canberra, ACT
  • Brisbane – Dendy Coorparoo - Cnr of Old Cleveland &, Cavendish Rd, Coorparoo, QLD & Dendy Portside, Portside Wharf, Remora Rd, Hamilton, QLD
  • Gold Coast – Dendy Southport - 129 Queen Street Queen Street Village, Southport, QLD
  • Melbourne - Cinema Nova - 380 Lygon St, Carlton, VIC
  • Adelaide - The Piccadilly, Wallis Cinemas, 181 O'Connell St, North Adelaide, SA
  • Perth - Luna Leederville - 155 Oxford St, Leederville WA

  • With a select number of the very best of Indian cinema, the Bollywood Film Festival presents a unique opportunity to highlight the cultural significance of India through a cinematic lens.

  • Kennedy - Opening Night: a highly anticipated film from Anurag Kashyap, Kennedy tells a story of an insomniac ex-cop long thought to be dead, but still operating in the corrupt system. A grim tale set in the dark underbelly of Mumbai.
  • Dug Dug : a festival favourite, this is a debut feature film from Ritwik Pareek. It delves into the bizarre and colourful world where a motorbike in an Indian village makes everyone's dreams come true; if you pray and offer it alcohol.
  • To Kill A Tiger : one of two outstanding documentaries featured, an Indian farmer demands justice for his 13 year old daughter who was brutally gang raped. His support for his daughter is virtually unheard of in its culture, and his journey, unprecedented.
  • Fire in the Mountains : a debut feature from writer-director Ajitpal Singh, this is a searing portrait of power at play between tradition and modernity in one family. An unconventional story of feminist strength in the beautiful Himalayas.
  • Brand Bollywood Downunder : this documentary explores the success and failures of Bollywood's rise as a serious subculture in Australia and around the world.
  • Joram - Closing Night: a Hindi survival thriller, a desperate man and his infant daughter flee a system that will crush them at any cost; a cop giving unwilling chase; and a bereaved mother seeking ruthless vengeance.

  • Click on given links for synopsis and to book your tickets. Stay updated via Facebook where you'll find interesting content from the upcoming festival.


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