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Cincinnati Indian Film Festival
September 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
University of Cincinnati – Tangeman Center$20 – $100
Get immersed in Indian culture at the Cincinnati Indian Film Festival
It’s time to celebrate diversity through film at the 2018 Cincinnati Indian Film Festival. The festival will include Indian food and hors-d’oeuvres, along with entertainment by escape artist Michael Griffin. Also, you will enjoy dancing to Bollywood music by DJ Shrek, a scintillating kathak performance, and watching trailers of upcoming movies.
Film and gala tickets range from $20-$100 and are available for purchase online. Profits from the Cincinnati Indian Film Festival funds scholarships for their Youth Ambassador program.
Below is a schedule of events for the festival:
|6:45 p.m.||Opening & Awards|
|7:15 p.m.||Film – Main St. Theatre (UC Tangeman Center)|
|8:45 p.m.||Gala – Great Hall (UC Tangeman Center)|
Both corporate and individual sponsorship opportunities are available. If you would like to become a sponsor or would like to donate, you may submit information online. All donations are tax deductible.
For additional information about the festival or films, visit the official website.
About the Cincinnati Indian Film Festival
The Indian film festival of Cincinnati is the only Indian Film Festival in Cincinnati and Ohio. It is organized and hosted by the India Cincinnati Sister cities in collaboration with the Art Museum. The festival screens premieres of features, documentaries and short films made in and about the Indian subcontinent or it’s people or made by Indians. The festival will have three days of screenings and post-screening discussions and award ceremonies.
Furthermore, the Indian Film Festival of Cincinnati is an India Sister City Event that aims to provide opportunities for officials, and citizens of Cincinnati to experience and explore the culture of the Indian /South Asian subcontinent through the media of film, to champion women and diverse voices in this media. Also, it strongly focuses on sharing, building and enhancing awareness of Indian culture with the citizens of Greater Cincinnati.