Indian Film Festival in The Hague from 7-14 October 2015

Film Studies faculty member Dr. Maryn Wilkinson to introduce Bandit Queen (dir. Kapur, 1994) on 13th October at 18:45 hrs. 

A palette of a billion, timeless stories presented in reel time. The Indian Film Festival The Hague is the finest celebration of Indian film and cultural arts, entertaining audiences with colour, personalities and emotions.

Fantasy and reality interchange and offer a fascinating insight into this future economic world power. Indian FFTH is a platform for contemporary film art from India for established and rising film talent. Eight days of cinema, eight days of eclectic and exciting programming, eight days of mesmerizing India for all ages and all kinds. Whether you’re a lover of art or a lover of nightlife the IndianFFTH has something for you.