The Finale of 4th Jagran Film Festival to be Held in Mumbai

The Finale of 4th Jagran Film Festival to be Held in Mumbai

India’s Jagran Film Festival, has now reached its concluding stage for its 4th edition in Mumbai. Begun in Delhi, and after travelling to 15 cities across 7 states, the 4th Edition of Jagran Film Festival, has now reached its final destination, Mumbai. The finale of this festival is going to be held in from the 24th to 29th of September, 2013 at the Fun Republic, Mumbai. Conceptualized to bring world-class cinema to its intended audience, Jagran Film Festival, Mumbai 2013 has now become bigger and better.


The festival is proud to present an exciting line up of films in various genres from every corner of the world. At the festival, film lovers spread across the length and breadth of India would get an opportunity to enjoy a good mix of feature, short and documentary films, along with student films. Some of the international films are going to be screened for the first time in Asia at the Jagran Film Festival.

The festival will feature films under seven sections: World Panorama, Indian Showcase (In Competition), Jagran Shorts (International and National in Competition), and Jagran Classics – Top 20 films of Indian Cinema, Country Focus (South Korea), Homage to Rituparno Ghosh and Berlinale Shorts Best short films from Belinale Film Festival Shorts.

The festival will open with Israeli film “Water” directed by Yael Perlov, NirSa’ar & Maya Sarfaty, Yona Rozenkier, Mohammad Bakri, Ahmad Barghouti, Pini Tavger & Tal Haring under the World Panorama section. Under this category more than 20 films of various international languages would be showcased. The festival is providing a medium to directors from countries like Romania, Ukraine, Algeria, Macedonia, Armenia, Lithuania, and many more, to showcase their talent to the Indian audience and compete with the international best. 

The Indian Showcase is a competitive section where films made in various Indian regional languages such as Punjabi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, Bengali and many more, will be showcased while Jagran Classics, as the name suggest would feature some of the yesteryears’ classics of the Indian Cinema.

The Jagran Shorts section is a competitive section for short films.

Under the category Country focus, an eclectic mix of Contemporary Korean Cinema will be screened.

The Jagran film festival has been synonymous with broadened imagination and empowerment. Apart from showcasing films from Indian and international cinema, an integral part of the festival is the Master Class where an eminent film-maker will take you through the journey of film making.

Lots of fun and entertainment in the form of rich Indian and International cinema is soon going to be unfolded at the Jagran Film Festival, Mumbai 2013. The countdown has already begun.