London Indian Film Festival 2022
On sale to Members Wednesday 18 May, 10am
On general sale Thursday 19 May, 10am
Blue Orchid Hotels London Indian Film Festival is back!
We’re bringing you the best new Indian and South Asian independent cinema, with a range of UK premieres and special guests.
This year’s fantastic selection includes programmes of very rarely screened shorts by Yugesh Walia, queer pioneer Riyad Vinci Wadia, a remarkable programme of New Brit-Asian shorts and the UK premieres of religious satire Dug Dug, and compelling drama The Road to Kuthriyar, set in a wildlife sanctuary.
LIFF: Mirror Mirror - The Early Films of Yugesh Walia
A trilogy of early short films by the pioneering Midlands based filmmaker, Yugesh Walia.
LIFF UK Premiere: Dug Dug + ScreenTalk
Mysterious events in the wake of a freak motorcycle accident causes havoc in a small village and begins to sow the seeds of a new religion.
LIFF: The Road to Kuthriyar (12A*)
An enchanting story of an adventurous young surveyor mapping a remote wildlife sanctuary has his eyes opened when he meets the indigenous tribes people that live in the forest.
LIFF: Brit-Asian Shorts + ScreenTalk
Support your local filmmaker! A chance to see the work of exciting and diverse emerging filmmakers from across the UK.
LIFF: BOMgAY - The Pionering shorts of Riyad Vinci Wadia
Born into the pioneering Bollywood Wadia Movitone family in Mumbai meant that Riyad's early life was anything but usual.