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The International Film Festival opens in Chennai, which is coming up on the 12th, commences. At the function, actor Saruhasan is given the Lifetime Achievement Award. The 17th Chennai International Film Festival, on behalf of the ‘Indo Cine Appreciation Foundation’, will open at the Art Gallery on 12th April; The festival, which runs until the 19th, features 130 films from 55 countries.

Chennai International Film Festival
Chennai International Film Festival

75 lakhs has been provided on behalf of the Government of Tamil Nadu. Regarding the selection process, executives said: The inauguration ceremony of the Chennai International Film Festival is taking place at the Kalavanaranam Theater and the closing ceremony of the Devi Theater. Of the 19 films submitted for screening in the Tamil films category, 12 have been selected. In Tamil, similar sandals, next, monster, bakrit, houseowner, gvi, dude, cheetah kadhi, consonant, bug, chikkurupatti, comrade Venkatesan are screened.

At the festival, the first film, Palme the R, The Parasite films are screened. Films from Germany, Hungary, Thailand, Australia, Iran and Taiwan will be screened. It will feature many internationally acclaimed films. For the first time at the festival, films from Azerbaijan’s The Brawl and New Zealand’s The Stray are being screened.

Similarly, Assamese, Gujarati language films and Netaji film, made in the language of the dark, are being screened at Devi, Devibala, Anna, Casino, Russian Cultural Center, and Tagore Films Center. At the ceremony, we are honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award for Saruhasan, who is also performing at the age of 90. Thus, they said.

Chennai International Film Festival 2019
Chennai International Film Festival 2019

At the festival, the first film, Palme the R, The Parasite films are screened. Films from Germany, Hungary, Thailand, Australia, Iran and Taiwan will be screened. It will feature many internationally acclaimed films. For the first time at the festival, films from Azerbaijan’s The Brawl and New Zealand’s The Stray are being screened.