The 14th Habitat Film Festival begins soon and it's free to attend! Delhi, find the lineup and how to book here.
Author: Tribe Desk |
May 10th 2019
A treat for New Delhi cinephiles, the 14th Habitat Film Festival will be held from 17 - 26 May at the India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road. One of India's low key and well-programmed film festival, it is also FREE to attend.
The 2019 edition has 42 films playing in the Feature Films Section in 19 languages including Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam, Hindi, Kashmiri, English, Telugu, Haryanvi, Punjabi, Assamese, Kannada, Khasi, Gaddi, Ravula, Garo, Sherdukpen, Ladakhi Kumaoni, and Santhali. In addition, 45 other films will be screened under the Documentaries, Shorts and Student Film segments, and panels and masterclasses will be held too.
The festival will open with Ashvin Kumar's No Fathers in Kashmir on May 17, Fri, at 6:00 pm and closes with Devashish Makhija’s Bhonsle on May 26, Sun, at 7:30 pm. Other notable films on our watchlist include -
Bulbul Can Sing by Rima Das, The Gold Laden Sheep and the Sacred Mountain by Ridham Janve, Chuskit by Priya Ramasubban, Vada Chennai by Vetrimaaran, Jonaki by Aditya Vikram Sengupta, Hamid by Aijaz Khan, Mehsampur by Kabir Singh Chowdhry, Yours Truly by Sanjoy Nag, Namdev Bhau: In Search of Silence by Daria Gai, Kumbalangi Nights by Madhu C. Narayanan, and Widow of Silence by Praveen Morchhale
Find the full lineup and book here now. Online registrations commenced from May 8, so hurry before it gets booked out. Passes can also be picked up from the Programmes Desk, IHC.