Short Films at IFFLA 2011

 

INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL of LOS ANGELES

 

Short Film Program #1

Presented by
HOLLYWOOD SHORTS

 

Wednesday, April 13 – 7:15p – ArcLight Hollywood
Saturday, April 16 – 4:30p – ArcLight Hollywood

We are thrilled and honored to join the family of sponsors of this year’s INDIAN FILM FESTIVAL of Los Angeles. We have been involved in this festival for years, participating on industry panels and One-on-Ones. It is no secret that we annual declare that IFFLA has the BEST Swag Bag of any LA fest and we LOVE the awesome filmmaker lunch they host each year.

Nisha Ganatra

BEHOLDER

Kranti Kanade

IDOL

Shripriya Mahesh

IN THAT MOMENT
Kranti Kanade - IDOL Shripriya Mahesh - IN THAT MOMENT
This year HOLLYWOOD SHORTS expands our relationship with IFFLA with our  new role as the Presenting Organization of Short Film Program #1, which will premiere on Wednesday April 13th at The Arclight Hollywood at 7:00pm, and repeat on Saturday at 4:30 also at the Arclight.


Abi Varghese

THE RETURN ADDRESS

Nina Sabnani

THE STITCHES SPEAK

Shlok Sharma

TUBELIGHT’S MOON

Hardik Mehta

WHEELING DREAMS
Abi Varghese THE RETURN ADDRESS Nina Sabnani - THE STITCHES SPEAK Hardik Mehta
We join Festival Director CHRISTINA MAROUDA and invite the entire HOLLYWOOD SHORTS Family to join us in celebrating the work of seven short filmmakers and their creative teams.  This is a powerful line up of short films; exquisite storytelling and remarkable production values.  The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles is committed to supporting emerging filmmakers and promoting the diverse perspectives of the Indian diaspora.  We are proud to join the 2011 family of sponsors and volunteers of IFFLA.

Nisha Ganatra Kranti Kanade

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BEHOLDER IDOL

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