After some of the renowned faces of the film industry were seen talking about their love for cinema at MAMI Movie Mela, the film festival is all set to start from October 12. The festival will have 220 films in 51 languages from 49 countries. Movie lovers keep waiting for these festivals to get introduced to some wonderful work. Have a look at some of the movies to be screened at MAMI Film Festival 2017 that you can’t miss.
The Anurag Kashyap’s directorial venture narrates the struggle of a lower-caste boxer, who wants to make it big in the boxing world. The film will open the festival. Actor Vineet Kumar has played the lead in Mukkabaaz.
The movie narrates the reality of drug abusers. It is directed by Shlok Sharma, who earlier made a wonderful film Haramkhor. It would really be interesting to see what response this film receives at the film festival.
Devashish Makhija’s Ajji (Granny) is dark and interesting film. It will surely be loved by the cinema lovers for its innovative concept.
The movie revolves around the story of a poor girl, who decides to make a band. Despite facing problems, she never gives up on her dreams. The project was helmed by Rima Das and was premiered at the Toronto Film Festival.
A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings
Directed by Prateek Vat, A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings talks about former Mr. Universe Manohar Aich. He was India’s one of the legendary bodybuilders.
The film is written and directed by Bornila Chatterjee. The movie is an adaptation of William Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus.
The Song of The Scorpions
The film is directed by Anup Singh and featured Irrfan Khan and Iranian actress Golshifteh in pivotal roles. The film showcases the relationship between Irrfan and Golshifteh.
The film is written and directed by Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman and is a biographical animated drama. The movie is based on the life of painter Vincent van Gogh.
The film featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Ed Harris, Javier Bardem and Michelle Pfeiffer is an American psychological drama. It is directed by Darren Aronofsk.