Monday, November 30, 2015

46th IFFI 2015 -all set for a grand closing ceremony

The 11 day long  46th International Film Festival of India (IFFI) will conclude this evening with a splendid closing rite at Dr Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Indoor Stadium.Rajyavardhan Rathore ,Union Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting, Mridula Sinha ,Goa Governor, Laxmikant Parsekar ,Goa Chief Minister and, Sunil Arora, Secretary I&B will honour the closing ceremony. Music composer A R Rahman is the Chief Guest of the evening. Actors Lillete Dubey and Kabir Bedi will perform the comparing .Damodar Naik ,Vice Chairman, Entertainment Society of Goa, , R K Srivastava ,Chief Secretary, Government of Goa, Lola Poggi Goujon, Secretary General ICFT, Ameya Abhyankar , CEO, Entertainment Society of Goa, will also be present at the function. The dance group, which shot to fame after winning reality talent show, India's Got Talent 2 will present a choral-style performance on the musical journey of Indian cinema.Famous Sand Artist, Rahul Arya will also present his mesmerising sand art performance at the ceremony. Argentinean  crime thriller  ‘El Clan’  will be the closing film of this fest . The Clan is a 2015 Argentine crime film directed by Pablo Trapero. It was selected to be screened in the main competition section of the 72nd Venice International Film Festival where director Pablo Trapero won the Silver Lion Argentina in the 1980s.'The Clan' Review: Pablo Trapero's Hard-Hitting Within a typical family home in the neighbour hood of San Isidro, a sinister clan makes its living off kidnapping and murder. Arquímedes, the patriarch, heads and plans the operations. Alejandro, his eldest son, is a star rugby player. He identifies possible candidates for kidnapping; his popularity shields him from suspicion. All the family members are accomplices in this dreadful venture as they live off the large ransoms paid by the families of their victims. Based on the true story of the Puccio family, this film takes place in the final years of the Argentine military dictatorship and incipient return to democracy.

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