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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

IFFK – 6th day with 62 movies

IFFK – 6th day with 62 movies
Ka Bodyscapes: first screening today
The sixth day of the International Film of Kerala screens 62 movies under various categories today. 8 movies will be shown in the ‘International Competition’ category, 20 movies in ‘World Cinema’, 4 movies under ‘Migration’ category, 2 movies each in ‘Country Focus’ and ‘Restored Classics’. 6 films will be screened in ‘Gender Bender’ category.  There will be one movie in ‘Night Classics’, ‘Retro of KS Sethumadhavan’ and ‘Ken Loach’ respectively. 
Ka Bodyscapes: First screening today
‘Ka Bodyscapes’ directed by the Malayalam filmmaker Jayan K. Cherian will have its maiden screening today at Tagore theatre. The movie portrays the life of three youngsters who struggle to find their space in a traditional Indian society. The film got entry to the festival upon high court order as the censor Board denied its screening citing issues in the content.
17 Indian movies
There will be the screening of 17 Indian movies under various categories including ‘International Competition’. Santwana Bardoloi’s ‘Maj Rati Keteki’, Saibal Mitra’s ‘The Last Mural’ will be screened in the Competition category. ‘Kammatipaadam’ of Rajeev Ravi and ‘Ka Bodyscapes’ will be screened in ‘Malayalam Cinema Today’. Revelations, Onaatah, Harikatha Prasanga, Bhaapaa Ki Bhayakatha will also be screened.
‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ reminiscing Kalabhavan Mani
‘Aayirathil Oruvan’ by Sibi Malayil reminiscing Kalabhavan Mani will be screened under Homage category. The dear actor of Malayalis bid adieu to the movie lovers in March 6 of this year.
 Aravindan Memorial Lecture Today
Aravindan Memorial Lecture will be held today at 6pm of Nila theatre in which director Sunny Joseph and Ethiopian director Haile Gerima will be the chief guests. 
‘Parting’ again
The inaugural movie of the 21st edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala, ‘Parting’ will be screened again. The Afghan movie directed by Navid Mahmoudi deals with the anxieties and ailments of migration.
Swan song of ‘Rara’ today
Pepa San Matin’s ‘Rara’ assessed as the one of the best movies of the IFFK by the spectators will be screened today at Sree Padmanabha. The movie to be screened at 8 pm will be shown in the ‘Gender Bender’ category.

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