Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India]July 1 (ANI): The latest edition of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM) is set to take place in August, and it is Ajitesh Sharma’s ‘WOMB’ (Women of My Billion) which has been selected as the opening night film. Of the coming event.
IFFM will be in both physical and virtual form with a physical festival running from August 12 to August 20, while its digital version will run across Australia from August to August 300. So, movie buffs will be able to watch the screening of ‘WOMB’ on August 12.
For those who can’t do the opposite, ‘WOMB’ is the story of a young woman named Shrishti Bakshi who travels a thousand kilometers from Kanyakumari in the south to Kashmir in the north and meets first hand. About the experiences of many women from all corners of India. It revolves around the social and political issues faced by women in India.
IFFM, the largest film festival of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere that celebrates Indian cinema in all its forms, offers filmmakers an excellent opportunity to showcase their films on the international stage.
Pleased to present his film at IFFM, producer Apoorva Bakshi said, “We are very proud to present our film at IFFM as the inaugural Night Gala presentation and look forward to sharing it with global audiences. This documentary not only presents facts but also potential highlights. That can be implemented today. ”IFFM Director Mitu Bhowmik Lange also shared his enthusiasm for screening Indian films worldwide.
“After facing unprecedented challenges in the last 18 months, we are excited to bring Melbourne’s Indian Film Festival back to the big screen, while our digital platform will ensure that Australian audiences also have access to the festival. In 2021, IFFM pays tribute.” Not only the best of Indian cinema but It also provides significant support, contact and hope to many of our Kovid 1 hero heroes in times of crisis, “said Meetu.