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30 SEP – A World Not Ours,
Alliance Française de Bombay,
6:30PM( The Root Reel)

1 OCT – A World Not Ours,
Bangalore International Centre,

6 OCT – A World Not Ours,
India Habitat Centre, Delhi

8 OCT – Mapa,
Zorba The Buddha, Delhi
6:30PM(Kriti Film Club)



“Been to many festivals- but the spirit behind the organisation of DIFF is absolutely unique. I have never been to a festival that runs its engine on the passion of everyone that comes in contact with it.”
Rajat Kapoor, Director Ankhon Dekhi
“I think DIFF is amazing; your passions and commitment to create a film festival so completely engaged with life and society is so rare.”
Guy Davidi, Director Five Broken Cameras

Blog Updates

An Interview with Brian Knappenberger
Get to know more about the world of hacktivism and Aaron Swartz’s version of social justice. Brian Knappenberger talks about his investigative documentary The Internet’s Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz, premiering in India at DIFF 2015. With the recent unprecedented legal crackdown on whistleblowers, activists, and leakers, this explosive film is relevant more so today than ever before. Read more


Have a Desi Kind of
For Indian cinema minus the masala (but packed with indie goodness), check out our selection of Indian films for DIFF 2015. We’re pulling out all the stops, so get excited for a desi kind of DIFF, with award winning Indian filmmakers and films that will leave you wanting more. Read more

Stitched Panorama

For those of you who have skipped out on your DIFF 101 class, unstable on mountain terrain and unequipped for the overwhelmingly brilliant films being screened – here’s a How To guide for everything DIFF. We’ve covered all the bases necessary for ensuring that you have a great festival experience. Now revise, register, and repeat again next year. Read more


An Interview with Crystal Moselle
The Wolfpack director, Crystal Moselle talks about how she discovered and documented one of the most fascinating stories on film. Get ready to fall in love with the Angulo brothers this November at DIFF 2015. Read more

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