The 18th Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF) will come to a close today. The 7-day event started with the India premiere of ‘Billy and Molly: An Otter Love Story’, directed by Charlie Hamilton-James on the 15th of this month. This year’s MIFF showcased 314 films from 59 countries in 61 languages. These include 8 world premieres, 5 international premieres, 18 Asia premieres and 21 India premieres. Besides Mumbai, parallel screenings were also held in Delhi, Kolkata, Pune and Chennai, to broaden the festival’s reach to audiences across the country. 

The MIFF 2024 also introduced the first-ever Doc Film Bazaar, a dedicated marketplace for independent filmmakers to find buyers,

sponsors and collaborators for their projects. Noted filmmakers took part in more than 25 Masterclasses, Panel Discussions and Open Forums on curated topics. A workshop on Animation and VFX was also organized for registered participants.

Established in 1990, the Mumbai International Film Festival is among the oldest South Asian film festivals. Held once in two years, MIFF is dedicated to documentaries, short films and animations. MIFF provides a platform for documentary filmmakers from all over the world to meet, exchange ideas, and explore the possibilities of co-productions and marketing of documentary, short and animation films.  

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