The Online Arunachal Film Festival 2020 Journey of Development

The Arunachal Film Federation announced on Wednesday that the 7th edition of Arunachal Film Festival 2020 will be held on 27th and 28th December.

The FFA General Secretary, Shambo Flago addressed a press conference at the Arunachal Press Club, to inform the online two-day event. The Film Awards in Arunachal will be held in collaboration with the Arunachal State Government.

According to Shambo Flago, “The festival will have feature, documentary, and two short films; one will be open to all topic/ genre, and the other will be theme based on unemployment and mental health”.

Further, he said, the entries are open to all filmmakers of Arunachal Pradesh. It is to provide that the entries for documentary and feature films must be either certified by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) or affiliated to the FFA.

Flago also informed, “The last date for submission of the feature, documentary and short (open) films is 30 November, while 2 December is the last date of submission of theme-based short film,”. He added that more detailed information regarding the competition criteria could be accessed from the FFA’s Facebook page and Official Website.

Similar to the Film Awards in India and the previous year’s AFF India, it will give away awards to the best actor, actress, villain, director, supporting roles, musician, lyricist, singer, etc., said GS FFA.

“FFA will entertain films released between April 2019 to December 2020, but films already uploaded in online or Social Media platforms will not be entertained,”, he added.

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The Arunachal Film Festival in India was supposed to be held in March or April, this year, but it got delayed due to the pandemic.

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New Delhi (21st September 2020)— The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art in collaboration with Children’s Film Academy announced the launch of a film festival for young adults and children. On offer are a host of national and international films, that cover a wide spectrum of genres and encompass many reputed names from the world of cinema. With most of us largely confined to our homes due to the pandemic, with levels of anxiety and fear almost constantly surrounding us, this film festival offers an outlet for the imagination. The films feature upbeat stories of courage and resilience in the face of adversity.


Called ‘Children’s Talkies’ the festival features absorbing cinema to entertain and educate children as well as promote family bonding and universal empathy in the face of a life-changing crisis. It will also be followed by conversations with the film director.


The event will be in two parts: the screening of films by acclaimed directors as well as video interviews with them. Scheduled to kick off on September 26, 2020, it will go on till November 7, 2020. The festival will be accessible on KNMA’s social media handles, as well as the website.