Second list of nominated films has been released on 5th December 2018 (11:30AM):Click here
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JIFF PROGRESSING YEAR ON YEAR
A group of people
Mr. Arun Dutt
Shri Ashok Gehlot & Smt. Bina Kak
Smt. Jaya Bachchan
Smt. Hema Malini
A group of people
Mr. Anupam Kher and Mr. Shaji N. Karun
Mr. Prakash Jha
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Mr. Surendra Bohra & A group of people
JIFF is world’s first film festival which received films from 100 countries within just
7 years existence.
JIFF is 1st film festival in the history of Indian film festivals which was organized at 10 screens in 2013.
26 films have received 32 National Film Awards and 1 feature film has received Academy Award (Oscar) after being
awarded at the Jaipur International Film Festival in previous years.
JIFF has the privilege to launch guest country category to France in 2011 followed by Cannes Film Festival.
JIFF launched maximum programs in minimum time all over the world.
Jaipur International Film Festival is the world’s fastest growing and now a prestigious Film Festival.
Where you are living does not matter, if you are a film buff, come to JIFF, Jaipur every January. You can find and see wonderful films, world Cinema, Oscar nominee films, films in many regional languages of the World, debutant director's films at one place. Meet here with talented people & film makers, writers, directors, producers, distributors, sales agents, find here new thoughts, ideas and business. WELCOME to New Emerging Film Capital of India & the World.
JIFF has provided a new platform to filmmakers from all over the world where they meet each other and try to find opportunities to jump their borders and get together to collaborate with one another for making films. The ‘Co-Production Meet’ during the festival has played a very significant role in establishing Jaipur as the capital of the world cinema. (from SUJAS magazine, published by Government of Rajasthan)
Evolving fast among all the Film Festivals of the world JIFF through its nine yearly festivals has been able to establish Jaipur as the prominent capital of the world cinema. (from SUJAS magazine, published by Government of Rajasthan)
"Best of luck, It was great to be here. I hope JIFF one day will be beautiful film festival of cinema world around the globe." JAGMOHAN MUNDHARA, Film Director from India
"JIFF can become one of the finest film festivals of the world and I do wish for the same." MARC BASCHET, Film producer from France
"It is advisable to make Rajasthan a film archive to explore the possibilities in this state."JAYA BACHCHAN, Film actress from India
"The selection of films in this festival was excellent."-Dainik Navjyoti
Jaipur 5 December: The second list released on Wednesday contains 106 films (54 Indian and 52 International) from 43 different countries. The selection of these films is combined effort of the 28 member International Selection Board.
The Second list of nominated films consists of 21 Feature Films, 9 Documentary Feature Films, 6 Short Documentary Films, 7 Animation Short Films, 1 Audio Music, 48 Short Fiction Films, 6 Mobile Films and 8 Web Series. It also includes 11 films from Rajasthan.
106 FILMS FROM 43 COUNTRIES
The First list contains 124 films, thus taking the total number of nominated films to 230 in JIFF 2019 which will be organized from 18th to 22nd January, 2019. These 230 films have been selected from the 2221 applications which came from 103 different countries and it is 40% more than the nominations from previous year.
It is the biggest selection since the launching of JIFF in 2009 and the entertainment will increase leaps and bound in the years to come with more films
The day by day program of selected films will be released on 21st December
JIFF RELEASES FIRST LIST
Jaipur 5 November: The Jaipur International Film Festival – JIFF – one of the most prominent film festivals of the world has released its first list of nominations on Monday morning.
A total of 124 films from India and abroad were able to find a place in the first list. These films were selected from among 1807 submissions received from around 89 countries across the world.
The total time period of the selected films is 4249 minutes.