More than 30 films from 10 countries
Entry passes available at NFAI
Pune, December 22, 2018: The 9th Asian Film Festival is being organized by Aashay Film Club is supported by Ministry of Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Maharashtra and in collaboration with NFAI & FFSI, in association with the Asian Film Foundation, Mumbai and active support by Deccan Education Society’s Institute of Film & Television. The Screening of the various films will take place at NFAI – Archive Theatre, Law College Road, Pune.
Asian Cinema has now become the major attraction of the 21st century. In major international film festivals, Asian movies are making ground entries. Even when we compare European and Hollywood movies with the Asian cinema, they are making their mark because of the realistic stories and effective screenplay.
India, China, Japan, and Iran are pioneers of Asian cinema, closely followed by Korea, Israel, Kazakstan, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and Taiwan. These countries also setting a mark of their own stream in the European market. Cultures of these countries are being publicized through the screening of these movies in Delhi, Pune, and Mumbai.
We are happy to announce ‘Zenith Asia’ honor of 9th Asian Film Festival.
Entry for the festival :
Entry passes will be available by paying catalog fee.
For Aashay Film Club & NFAI Film Circle members: FREE
For senior citizens, students and group bookings: Rs. 100/-
For others: Rs. 200/-
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