Goa International Film Festival of India

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India

Recognized by FIAPF - International Federation of Film Producers Associations as a "non-specialized festival with a feature film competition" - Category A.
The first Indian International Film Festival was held in Bombay as early as 1952. Since 1983, with the participation of 22 Third World Countries, the Indian festival has become a major forum for Third World cinema. The event takes place annually for 11 days. The 150 to 200 films in IFFI present a cross-section of internationally and nationally acclaimed productions.
 
Organized by the Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting in collaboration with the Government of Goa, and the Indian Film Industry.
Formerly held in New Delhi.

Hungarian films at the festival

The Colour of Happiness
The Eighth Day of the Week
The Seventh Circle
The Porcelain Doll
The Unburied Man
Father's Acre
Dealer
Dealer
Dolina
Eszter's Inheritance
Black Brush
Hukkle
Temptations
The Bird Saviour, Clouds and Wind
Hungarian Beauty
Fluke
Tranquility
Eastern Sugar
Dancing Figure
Milky Way - ambient movie
A Kind of America 2
Hukkle
Light Falls on Your face
The Lover of the Soil
Camambert Rose
Aglaya
The Wednesday Child
Comrade Drakulich
Captives(in competition)
X - The Exploited
Ravine(in competition)

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