Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles to screen National Award winning Tamil film “Kaaka Muttai”


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By Newsgram Staff Writer

“Kaaka Muttai” a National Award winning Tamil children’s film will have its US premiere at the 13th Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.

The festival will also screen double Oscar – winning composer A.R Rahman based documentary – “Jai Ho” and “Amma & Appa”, about a filmmaking south Indian/German couple and their parents.

This year IFFLA 2015, will have entries from 10 different languages including Hindi, Tamil, English, Spanish and German.

It will present 25 films hailing from six different countries, including India, United States, United Kingdom, France..

“Many of the films at this year’s IFFLA look at contemporary youth from diverse backgrounds, united in their creative ways of overcoming life’s situations. The palpable energy of youth spirit runs throughout our film lineup, and these stories take you on an adventurous journey.” Jasmine Jaisinghani, IFFLA’s artistic director said.

With the screening of Bollywood classic “Taal” the festival’s popular “Bollywood by Night” series will make a comeback this year.

The film festival  will take place between April 8 and 12 at Los Angeles.