The kaleidoscope section at IFFI is famous for showcasing some of the best films from all over the world. This year it has selected 12 films that are sure to catch everyone’s attention!
Film cinephiles have been waiting for almost a year to watch a film in a theatre now. Even though they could see a lot of films on various OTT platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, the joy of watching a film on a big screen was missing. With theatres opening and IFFI arriving at the right time cinephiles have reason to celebrate. While other details have already been out, IFFI shared the Foreign films to be screened under the ‘Kaleidoscope‘ section.
The Kaleidoscope section at IFFI includes “Window Boy Would also Like to Have a Submarine” from Uruguay by filmmaker Alex Piperno, Columbia’s “Forgotten We’ll Be” by director Fernando Trueba; filmmaker Mohanad Hayal’s Iraqi drama “Haifa Street”; “We Still Have the Deep Black Night” by Gustavo Galvao (Brazil, Germany), director Mantas Kvedaravicius’ “Parthenon” (Lithuania) and “Apples” by Christos Nikou, which is Greece’s entry for the Best International Feature Film at the 93rd Academy Awards; Stephanie Chuat and Veronique Reymond’s “My Little Sister” (Switzerland); Dani Rosenberg’s Israeli title “The Death of Cinema and My Father Too; and Valley Of The Gods by Lech Majewski from Poland.
Unlike every year, this year IFFI will be hosted from January 16 to 24 2021. Apart from the Kaleidoscope section, the festival has many other sections that will have their own list of films. This fest has a total of 224 films for cinema lovers.
The festival is being organized in accordance with the pandemic safety measures.