London Indian Film Festival 2019 – Roundup

This year’s London Indian Film Festival (LIFF) showcased talents from all over South Asia, with a range of documentaries and movies which celebrate independent cinema. Dip into the Extraordinary Lives┬ástream with “This Shaking Keeps Me Steady”, or the best of Bengal with “Vinci Da”, or be uplifted with the movies in the Young Rebel strand like “Roohba” or “Bulbul Can Sing”. There are still opportunities to catch these films, the winner of the festival’s Audience Award, “Article 15”, is now on general release. Whatever you are after, there will be a film here which will appeal to you. (P.S. a personal recommendation from me, track down and watch Roobha, after watching Article 15 of course)

LIFF 2019 – This Shaking Keeps Me Steady

LIFF 2019 – Roobha

Best of Bengal at London Indian Film Festival this year

LIFF 2019 – Shonajhurir Bhoot

Srijit Mukherjee’s film Vinci Da makes its London Premiere at LIFF

Assamese movie ‘Bulbul can sing’ set to be screened in London

From the Ghats to the coasts: a unique collection of Marathi films and filmmakers to shine in LIFF 2019

Tamil and Kannada films to rock LIFF’s 10th Edition with a bunch of emerging queer cinemas

U Ushacha: back stories from the directors desk for LIFF

An exclusive tete-a-tete with Rima Das about ‘Bulbul can Sing’

Last Letter – an extraordinary short on homosexuality among senior citizens, LIFF 2019

London Indian Film Festival 2019 opens with equality-championing movie

Swarnavel Eswaran’s first feature film Kattumaram (Catamaran) gets a standing ovation at BFI during LIFF 2019

LIFF World Premier “Article 15” released

“Photograph” – the closing film at LIFF, awards, accolades, Q&A and more

 

Jonathan has a varied history, having written for publications such as Asian Woman but also technical magazines such as Networking+. He also has a background in IT so he's been instrumental in the technical side of getting Global Indian Stories launched. As co-founder, he also keeps writing, sub-editing, and handling the social media.