With diversity at the forefront, this edition also brings together a pan-Indian selection of films from a plethora of Indian languages such as Hindi, Sanskrit, Malayalam, Tamil, Bhojpuri, Assamese, Bengali and more. A special selection of Korean films will be screened at the festival in collaboration with the Korean Cultural Centre, New Delhi.
Noted film critic and journalist Anna M. M. Vetticad will be introducing the section of Malayalam films, that paved the way for a New Wave of Malayalam cinema. Short films and documentaries, Q&A and interactive sessions,
and a Festival Café serving a selection of International Street Food provide the quintessential buzz and 'Festival Flavour'. The festival from its year of inception has evolved into an indispensable
annual experience in the cultural calendar of Delhi.