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“Lunchbox” to have screenings in 10 countries

By NewsDesk • Published on June 29, 2013

Irrfan Khan in Ritesh Batra's "Dabba" (Lunchbox)Ritesh Batra’s Lunchbox (Dabba) is scheduled to travel to ten countries across the globe in the coming months. After Cannes and Paris in France, International Critics’ Week will take its selections of past three years to ten other countries to help them find international distribution.

Lunchbox has already been sold in 20 territories across the globe. The film featuring Irrfan Khan, Nimrat Kaur and Nawazuddin Siddiqui, won the Grand Rail d’Or, an audience choice award at the Cannes Film Festival 2013.

Upcoming screenings of Lunchbox:

LEBANON: Metropolis Cinema in collaboration with the Institut Français of Beirut – July 2013

PERU: Festival de Cine de Lima – August 2013

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: Sarajevo Film Festival – August 2013

BRAZIL: São Paulo International Short Film Festival – August 2013

CZECH REPUBLIC: Czech Cinematheque, Prague – September 2013

MEXICO: Morelia International Film Festival – October 2013

BRAZIL: MIS (Museu da Imagem e do Som de São Paulo) during the Mostra Internacional de Cinema de São Paulo – October 2013

SOUTH KOREA: Indiespace organized by Mirovision in partnership with the Civil Association for Supporting Korean Independent Cinema, Seoul – Fall 2013

OMAN: Institut Français, Mascate – December 2013

ROMANIA: Next, Bucharest International Short and Medium Length Film Festival – April 2014

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