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|2010||350||87||41||1/1||Mr. Arun Dutt|
|2011||650||144||67||2/3||Shri Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister Rajasthan|
|2012||917||179||70||6/6||Smt. Jaya Bachchan|
|2013||1397||217||90||7/10||Smt. Hema Malini|
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|2018||2019||136||100+||2/3||Mr. Surendra Bohra & A group of people|
|2019||2221||232||103||6/7||Dr. B D Kalla (Minster of Art and Culture),
Mr. Robin Bhatt & 25 filmmakers from 25 countries
|2020||2411||240||100+||7/9||Shri Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister Rajasthan &
Shri Vishvendra Singh, Tourism Minister Rajasthan
|2022||2100||279||52+||2/3||Shri Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister Rajasthan &
Shri Vishvendra Singh, Tourism Minister Rajasthan (Hybrid edition)
It doesn’t matter where you are living but if you are a film buff, JIFF is the right place for you which is held in Jaipur every January. Here you can experience the world of cinema and see wonderful films, Oscar nominated films along with regional languages films from around the world and also debutant director’s films all at one place. Welcome to the new emerging Film Capital of India & the World, where you can meet talented filmmakers, writers, directors, producers, distributors, and sales agents. It’s a great place to connect with people and share your thoughts and ideas, and also you can find here new business.
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)
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MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER DIRECTOR
Hanu Roj (Founder Director - JIFF)
5th October 2022: For 15th Jaipur International Film Festival JIFF 2023 ~ 1530 film submissions from 82 countries are received.
JIFF organizing committee has released the 1st list of nominated films for 10 categories for the festival.
199 films from 40 countries have got a place in this list. 38 jury members from 18 countries have selected these films.
This is the biggest selection in the first list of JIFF till now. In the history of JIFF first time first list of nominated films released by organizers three months before the festival.
Till now this list was released two months before the start of the festival.
The Film Festival would be organized from 6th to 10th January 2023. The Festival would take place in offline mod, tells JIFF Founder Director Hanu Roj. JIFF has emerged as very popular festival across the globe as word's best reviewed festival and the biggest competitive film festival in fiction films.
JIFF spokes Person Rajendra Bora informed that out of selected films under 10 categories include 39 Feature Fiction Films | 18 Documentaries Feature Films | 1 Animation Feature Film | 88 Short Fiction Films | 10 Short Documentary Films | 18 Short Animation Films | 7 Mobile Films | 5 Web Series | 6 Songs | 7 Best Dialogue including 10 Student Films.
Jaipur, 5 November 2022 | Making a distinguished place for itself globally, and celebrating its 15th edition will grand preparations, Jaipur International Film Festival [JIFF] released the second list of nominated films on Saturday.
Festival founder Hanu Roj informs that the festival will be organized offline, from 6th to 10th January 2023. Jaipur International Film Festival [JIFF] is going to initiate India’s Biggest Promotion for Cinema also from this month itself.
Selected films in 6 categories include 16 Feature Fiction Films | 9 Documentary Feature Films | 21 Short Fiction Films | 4 Short Documentary Films, and 1 Song,” informs JIFF spokesperson Rajendra Boda.
Selected feature films include Bengali films Jhilli and Mahishasur Mardini | Kannada film Mata - The Monastery, Tamil films Oomai Sennaai & Fearless Delusion | Malayalam film Avanovilona | Oriya film T | Marathi film Songya and Gulhar | Hindi films One Last Time and Another Brick in the Wall | Russian film Dreams Live In Trees | Spanish film Con Los Aã‘Os Que Me Quedan and Arabic film Sahari.
Jaipur: 11 Novemebr 22 - Beginning on 15th November, the TORCH CAMPAIGN will continue for 3 months, in 12 cities of the country.
12 full-length films of various Indian languages of ‘JIFF INDIAN PANORAMA’ to be included in TORCH CAMPAIGN.
Film’s screening to continue from 6th to 10th January in Jaipur, 12 Awards to be given.
This JIFF INDIAN PANORAMA campaign is given the name of ‘TORCH CAMPAIGN’ by JIFF, festival founder–director Hanu Roj tells. A number of approximately one thousand producers, directors, actors, actresses, and film professionals are going to participate in this exclusively designed campaign. On 15th November, TORCH CAMPAIGN will be launched in Vivanta Taj Hotel [Guwahati, Assam], where Assamese filmmakers would grace this special occasion with their esteemed presence. Chief Guests of the Launching Ceremony would be Assam’s Chief Minister’s wife, noted filmmaker and entrepreneur Riniki Bhuyan Sarma, and Partha Sarathi Mahanta, Guwahati’s Joint Commissioner of police. Mahanta is a documentary filmmaker himself.
Through displaying Film trailers and ground promotion, these films will be promoted during the Launching Ceremony. With the dialogue “Indian Cinema: Today and Tomorrow”, regional films of that state [which are nominated in JIFF] would be discussed. These films would be screened in Jaipur, in the month of January, during the 15th edition of Jaipur International Film Festival and awards would be declared simultaneously.
After launching in Guwahati on 15th November, this TORCH CAMPAIGN will be organized in Kolkata [18th November], Chennai [26th November], Mumbai [1st December], Chandigarh [16th December], Rohtak [17th December], and Jodhpur [26th December]. Next to the event in Jodhpur, the torch will be handed over to the filmmakers of Delhi, who will bring it to Jaipur on 5th January.
In KOLKATA, the Second event of the TORCH CAMPAIGN will be organized at the Hindusthan International hotel, where famous actress Rituparna Sengupta and renowned filmmaker Goutam Ghose will be chief guests.
In CHENNAI, the third event of the TORCH CAMPAIGN will take place at Prasad Preview Theatre of Prasad Labs, where well-known music composer, singer, and director Gangai Amaran would be the Chief Guest.
In MUMBAI, the fourth event of the TORCH CAMPAIGN will be organized at The Club, Mumbai, where many film stars will be present.
Jaipur 28.10.22 | 15th edition of Jaipur International Film Festival-JIFF is going to kick off from 6th to 10th January 2023. JIFF is going to be absolutely special this time, as 12 full-length films made in various Indian languages of Indian Panorama are chosen to be screened in the festival.
The selected films include the Malayalam film The One and The Many within by Chidambara Palaniappan L, the Bengali film #Homecoming by Soumyajit Majumdar, the Tamil film Visithiran by M Padmakumar, the Tamil film Gargi by Gautham Ramachandran, Marathi film Taath Kana by Girish Mohite, Tamil, Telugu film Shadow of the Night by Radhakrishnan Parthiban, Malayalam film Nest of Sorrows by Joshy Mathew, Tamil film Maamanithan [The Great Man] by Seenu Ramasamy, Tamil film Mugizh by Kartick Swaminathan, Malayalam film Avanovilona By Sherry and Deepesh T and Assamese film Bokul Phulor Dore by Sanjeev Hazarika. A film will be announced.
Jaipur 01 November 2022 | OSCAR-winning filmmakers will select films for awards for JIFF Indian Panorama.
Experts from all areas of filmmaking to represent the Jury.
Padma Shri Shaji N Karun will be the Jury Chairperson of JIFF Indian Panorama.
Films screenings to continue from 6th to 10th January, Films will receive Awards in 12 categories.
Noted five filmmakers to choose awards for 12 films
The prestigious jury includes Jim Rygiel, who has won 3 Academy Awards [Oscars] and 3 BAFTAs for Best Visual Effects for the very popular film THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY. Stephen Castor from Hollywood is on the Jury, who has partnered in business with Jim Rygiel, three-time Oscar winner for Best Visual Effects for THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY. Marc Baschet is a big producer and cinematographer, known for No Man's Land [2001, Oscar-winning film], Before the Rain  and The Adopted Son  is also a Jury member, who has participated in JIFF twice. The jury has two big names from the Indian Film Industry as well including veteran screenplay writer and teacher Anjum Rajabali. He has written films like Drohkaal , Ghulam , The Legend of Bhagat Singh , Toofan (2021), Satyagraha (2013), Chakravyuh (2012), Aarakshan (2011), Raajneeti (2010), Apaharan (2005). He’s known for advocating for the rights of Indian scriptwriters.
Shaji N Karun is an Indian film director and cinematographer, who would be the Chairperson of this jury. His debut film Piravi  won the Caméra d'Or – Mention d'honneur at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
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JIFF is a magical experience everyone should have. No festival treats you with more respect. From the fantastic organization to the amazing Royal Dinner and the innovative events, JIFF creates a unique atmosphere of friendship, loyalty and fun that makes you proud to be part of.
This is such a great festival and I was really honoured being part of. Everything was setup beautifully and the hospitality was amazing. We were invited to diners with shows. The screenings were in big theatres and the award ceremony was well organised in a beautiful cinema theatre too.
I had a great time attending the festival. I got good opportunity to interact with many awesome film makers around the world. I saw all my favorite award winning documentary films i.e.The Island, Indus Blues and Point of No Return.
One of the most caring and heartfelt festivals I've been to. Lots of special events and chances to meet new and like minded people from all over the world. Overall a very unique and amazing experience.