17th June - 4th July 2021
The 12th edition of the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival evolves into a hybrid event for 2021.
2021's hybrid edition of the Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival will see screenings in London, Birmingham, and Manchester, or on your very own sofa at home.
An inspiring documentary and a 90s classic bookend this year's Bagri Foundation London Indian Film Festival.
A clutch of new films that depict young South Asians, some are joyous while others present youth facing and overcoming real-life challenges in South Asia today.
In this year of new realities and images of Britishness, it’s important and indeed vital to consider the South Asian contribution to modern Britain. LIFF presents a showcase of some epic films of the past, capturing a unique journey, as well as celebrating bright new emerging talent.
LIFF showcases independent films, which celebrate depictions of ordinary lives through fiction and documentaries. This year they screen a selection of films that show glimpses of real life in the sub-continent and Asian diaspora, which are sometimes challenging, sometimes feel good, even comic, but always compelling.
A powerful, thought-provoking new strand of dramas and docs, that in different ways, reference rapid ecological change and Mother Nature as their backdrop - climate change and rising sea levels are two key factors impacting South Asia right now.
Ever evolving into new territories, the festival this year is proud to deliver its first year round programme of high quality great films on www.LoveLIFFatHome.com. These films are available anywhere in the UK at any time.