Indian Film Festival LA Shorts Program II – Apr 12 – 15

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HOLLYWOOD SHORTS is honored to return as one of Presenting Organizations for the Indian Film Festival of LA.  This year we present SHORTS PROGRAM II, which screens on Thursday, April 12th at 6:30pm,  Saturday, April 14th at 2:30pm and Sunday April 15th at 1:30pm.  All screenings are at ArcLight Cinemas – Hollywood on Sunset.  Congratulations to this year’s selected filmmakers – come help us celebrate the 10th anniversary of IFFLA!


India/2011/28min/HDCam Los Angeles Premiere

Directors: Shazia Shrivastava, Sharifa Roy
Producers: Shakti Shrivastava, Nitish Roy

When abused and elderly Sudha forms an unlikely bond with a hitman one afternoon, she is brought to ask the ultimate question.

Hindi (English subtitles)

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India/2011/16min/DigiBeta US Premiere

Director: Rohit Pandey
Producer: Anurag Kashyap

A solitary undertaker walks between the worlds of life and death when he becomes transfixed by a strange woman.

Hindi (English subtitles)



India/2012/5min/Blu-ray US Premiere

Director: Sahirr Sethhi
Producers: Sahirr Sethhi, Pallavi Rohatgi, Preety Ali, Vinay Mishra
Through his lens, two worlds merge as a photographer is inexplicably drawn to a stranger.

Hindi (English subtitles)



India/2011/15min/DigiBeta US Premiere

Director: Bikas Mishra
Producer: Pankaj Dubey

Modernity and tradition clash when a tribal dancer’s daily burdens of family and survival conflict with the important legacy he carries.

No Dialogue

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India/2011/20min/HDCam US Premiere

Director: Milind Dhaimade
Producer: Vasudha Wantu

A ‘vagabond’ family sets up a home in a public park defying all conventions in this absurd and playful tale of Indian society’s modern psychosis told completely in Gibberish.


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