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Monsoon Shootout, Bombay Talkies to bookend London Indian Film Festival 2013

By NewsDesk • Published on June 28, 2013

Amit Kumar’s Monsoon Shootout will be the opening night film of the 4th edition of the London Indian Film Festival (July 18-25).

Nawazuddin plays the role of a failed actor in Dibakar Banerjee directed section of Bombay Talkies

Closing the festival will be Bombay Talkies directed by Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar. Both these films premiered at the Cannes Film Festival this year.

The centrepiece ‘In conversation’ on Saturday 20th July at the BFI Southbank, will be with Actor Irrfan Khan talking to  award winning director of Senna, Asif Kapadia. Read Irrfan Khan to conduct Masterclass at London Indian Film Festival

Adoor Gopalakrishnan will conduct a Masterclass ‘Life in Pictures’ on July 19.

The winner of the annual Satyajit Ray short film competition will be announced at the end of the festival.

Complete list of films to be screened at London Indian Film Festival: 

Monsoon Shootout by Amit Kumar

Bombay Talkies by Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Karan Johar and Zoya Akhtar

Pune 52 by Nikhil Mahajan

B.A. Pass by Ajay Bahl

Oonga by Devashish Makhija

Mapa by Elías León Siminiani

Life is Good by Ananth Mahadevan

The Bright Day by Mohit Takalkar

Lucia by Pawan Kumar

Shahid by Hansal Mehta

The Good Road by

Gyan Correa

Tasher Desh by Q

Josh by Iram Parveen Bilal

Elippathayam by Adoor Gopalakrishnan

Shor by Neeraj Ghaywan

Complete programme is available here

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