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Film with Indian Directors in Melbourne

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne brings you a golden opportunity

The Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, fondly known as IFFM, is one of the biggest film festivals in Australia - exclusively catered to Indian and South Asian film audiences.

Presented by Film Victoria, IFFM made world headlines last year as Bollywood King Shah Rukh Khan opened it as the primary Chief Guest.

The festival, driven by notable film distributor Mitu Lange, is back with ‘Make A Film’ project - further pushing its firm belief in equality and diversity.

The ‘Make a Film’ project brings four incredible film directors from India to Melbourne to work on a short film each on the themes of race, gender, diversity and sexuality.

Sponsored by Black Magic Films, the project gives film lovers the golden opportunity to work with four of India’s most prolific moviemakers like Imtiaz Ali, Kabir Khan, Onir and Rima Das.

National Award winner Onir spoke with South Asian Today about the project and said,


If you want to be a part of the team and work on aspects of practical filmmaking – from scriptwriting to post production – email your expressions of interest to

More information on the project can be found here.

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