Indian Film Festival of Ireland

2017 September 15 to 17  Dublin Ireland

Indian Film Festival of Ireland from Sept 15 to 17 Sept - 2017 at Dublin . Enquires please call Phone: 087 2832259 Siraj Zaidi - Festival Director- Indian Film Festival of Ireland.

The Indian Flim Festival of Ireland is an annual event held during Summer . The only Indian film festival across Ireland. It is founded on the back of over twenty years of independent film distribution and exhibition organisation under the rubric of U and Us Pvt. A company owned by Siraj Zaidi, the Festival Director. Siraj introduced a hugely popular Indian cinema slot over ten years ago in the Irish Film Institute. He decided to start a dedicated festival two years ago to make Indian films more mainstream and to introduce people in Ireland to the global appeal and popularity of Indian cinema. The festival also aims to create an environment of collaboration between Irish and Indian film makers and to enable the making of Indian-Irish films. 

The festival has a number of speical guests including Director in Focus and Debut Director. The festival features the work of these directors along with a mini retrospective of work by a rising or accomplished actor. A gala dinner is held each year to support a good cause. At the inaugural festival in 2010 and again in 2012, an orphanage in Delhi is being supported. The festival also collaborates with other cultural venues and festivals. In the year 2011, the IFFI saw a very successful night at Siamsa Tire in Tralee. Next year , 2012 the festival sees a showing of Moughl-e-Azam - an epic likened to Ben Hur by the Indian Ambassador to Ireland - screening in the Chester Beatty Library. The festival  also be collaborating with the Kerry Film Festival with the showing of a number of films selected by the IFFI.

For Advertisment Enquires 
Mr.Siraj Zaidi  Festival Director
Indian Film Festival of Ireland

Phone : +35387-2832259  Email :info@indianfilmfestivalofireland.ie


Mission Statement 

''To make the Indian films and industry and the film personalities - Directors, Producers, Actors - Stars more popular in Ireland''