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Arts and Entertainment

Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles - April 17th-22nd

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The Indian Film Festival celebrates its fifth anniversary this year and is now six days long. The festival takes place at the incredible ArcLight Hollywood, get tickets HERE.

There will be at least 40 showings of films, both short as well as feature length. Events include an Opening Night Gala on Tuesday, April 17th, with the Los Angeles premiere of Provoked followed by a reception at the Ivar with a DJ set from the Bombay Dub Orchestra.

On Thursday, April 19th, there will be a tribute to acclaimed Indian actress Deepti Naval, incuding a discussion with the actress along with the screening of three of her films. Opening and closing night galas will feature dance performances by the Taal Dance Collective.

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Awards ceremony, reception and closing night gala to be at Level 3 at the Hollywood & Highland complex - DJ set by UK Bhangra-electronica fusionist: Tej Gill.

Still from ANAMIKA – HER GLORIOUS PAST via IFFLA