The 16-minute documentary, In the Shade of Fallen Chinar, centred on art and resistance in the Kashmir Valley had been selected in the National Competition category of the festival organised by the Films Division.
As we look back at the year gone by, here’s a list of people who were unfairly targeted in 2017.
When political connections matter more than qualifications or an interest in films to get a pass for the festival – it is clear who’s calling the shots at IFFI.
The CBFC says the version of the film shown to the festival’s jury violated certain rules, and hence the film has to be re-examined by the board.
In conversation with S Durga filmmaker Sanal Kumar Sasidharan about his latest movie, politics and his time as an ABVP worker.
The ministry pulled out Malayalam movie S Durga and Marathi film Nude from the 48th edition of the International Film Festival of India.