As you know, recently TIFF or Toronto International Film Festival is having a great hype among the views and entertainment industry all round the world. It has gained a lot of attention from various countries featuring various documentaries and movies.
Each year TIFF is held at the TIFF Bell Lightbox located in Downtown Toronto. With the help of all the lectures, discussions, festivals and workshops it helps the new filmmakers to gain knowledge and meet new filmmakers from every country. Due to the entire buzz it’s getting in the recent years, TIFF has grown exceptionally with the red carpet walk and the marketing schemes applied by the promoters.
So, this year, the Information and Broadcast Ministry has collaborated with the Confederation of Indian Industry agreed to send 15 delegates from India to the Toronto International Film Festival. These delegates will comprise of producers, directors, studio officials and distributors. They will be promoting the Indian cinema globally and encouraging overseas market and foreign collaborations.
In 2018 Toronto International Film Festival, Mr. Ashok Kumar Parmar, the Joint Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting will be representing the Indian Government in front of various countries.
In TIFF, the potential for Indian cinema to expand as the people are into the Indian industry. This helps in working with the Canadian industry and produce films with Canada.
The main objective of the TIFF is the promotion if cultural, linguistic and the regional diversity to increase the number of international partnerships for accelerating the Indian film industry.
With the help interactions in the Film Facilitation Office, the Indian delegations will be promoting Indian land as a great place for shooting purpose. The main reason for the delegations to be at the TIFF is that they can make people believe in India as promotion collaboration, post-production hubs for various countries. During 20th November the International Film Festival is to be held at Goa so, they are trying to syndicate the IFF with Indian Panorama Films with various other countries participating.
Some of the Indian films screened in the TIFF are Manto, Manmarziyaan, Circle, The Field, Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota, The Sweet Requiem, Bulbul Can Sing and Manto.