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SAIFF Review: Killa (The Fort)

I never moved when I was growing up. I knew people who moved once or twice, and then I knew others in military families and the like who would come and go almost annually. In a small town with a small school, that made a difference. I alway...

 
 
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SAIFF Review: Dukhtar

Most of the modern foreign films that I watch are from countries that are reasonably similar to the United States. People live in apartments and drive sleek cars. They use smartphones and credit cards. They have the internet. And so even if...

 
 
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Here comes the South Asian International Film Festival

As is often the case, it's a festival of festivals here in New York. And if you're particularly fond of Indian and/or Pakistani films, this is probably the one you've been waiting for. The South Asian International Film Festival has returne...

 
 
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Here is the 2013 South Asian International Film Festival

Film festivals, man. There are so many of them. Especially in the wonderful world of New York City. Case in point: the 2013 South Asian International Film Festival, which begins tomorrow, December 3rd, and runs through Sunday the 8th. We co...

 
 
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SAIFF Closing Night scheduled, proceeds to help Red Cross

Due to Hurricane Sandy, the final few days of the South Asian International Film Festival were put on hold. Now the final screening has been rescheduled, and there's something really cool accompanying it. Fitting with the environmental mess...

 
 
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Reel Asian Review: Valley of Saints

Full disclosure: Valley of Saints is the first India-made movie I have ever seen. I am almost entirely ignorant of broader Indian customs, and I certainly don’t know anything about region-specific cultures. It’s completely forei...

 
 
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SAIFF on hiatus for the next two days thanks to Sandy

Since we've been bringing you all kinds of awesome reviews from the South Asian International Film Festival, we figure it's only fair to let you know that, like everything else in New York City, it is taking a break for the next two days. T...

 
 
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SAIFF Review: The Great Indian Marriage Bazaar

[For the next week and half, we will be covering the 2012 South Asian International Film Festival, the biggest film premiere destination for South Asian and Indian films in the United States. Check back with Flixist for reviews of the SAIFF...

 
 
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SAIFF Review: Paanch Adhyay (Afterglow)

[For the next week and half, we will be covering the 2012 South Asian International Film Festival, the biggest film premiere destination for South Asian and Indian films in the United States. Check back with Flixist for reviews of the SAIFF...

 
 
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SAIFF Review: Akam (Palas in Bloom)

[For the next week and half, we will be covering the 2012 South Asian International Film Festival, the biggest film premiere destination for South Asian and Indian films in the United States. Check back with Flixist for reviews of the SAIFF...

 
 
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SAIFF Review: Blood Relative

[For the next week and half, we will be covering the 2012 South Asian International Film Festival, the biggest film premiere destination for South Asian and Indian films in the United States. Check back with Flixist for reviews of the SAIFF...

 
 
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The South Asian International Film Festival is upon us

We do a lot of things here on Flixist, and some of those things are pretty cool. The rest? Totally awesome. One of the many totally awesome things we do is cover film festivals. Lots and lots of film festivals. Right now, for example, we're...

 
 


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