All films of the festival

Feature films, documentaries or shorts - enter the colourful world of Indian cinema.

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Supporting programme

Discover our interesting side events: an exciting School Day, dance workshops and Tea Talks...

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Guests

Red carpet, stars, glamour. Get in touch with celebrities and VIPs of the Indian film business.

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Locations

All the important spots of the festival at one glance - in the heart of the city of Stuttgart.

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News & Highlights

You are a motivated, flexible and passionate team player? You want to learn about event management? The Indian Film Festival from 15th to 19th July 2015 in Stuttgart offers several vacancies for unpaid internships. Interested? Please write to Mara Hörmann: hoermann@filmbuerobw.de.
Our Early Bird Passes for the 12th Indian Film Festival at Metropol cinema Stuttgart from 15th to 19th July 2015, presenting around 50 recent films from all over India, are available until the 31st March 2015 at the special price of 60 euros. Our festival pass can be ordered per e-mail: festivalpass@filmbuerobw.de
Some films screened at the 11th Indian Film Festival Stuttgart were shown in the cinema: 'Siddarth' film release was on 3rd July 2014 - 'Amma & Appa' film release was on 4th September 2014 - 'Good Luck Finding Yourself' film release was on 23rd Oktober 2014 - 'Millions can walk' film release 2014
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Press coverage

  • „Stuttgart verbreitet Bollywood-Flair“
  • „Es ist auch ein Festival der Völkerverständigung“
  • „Superstars aus einer anderen Welt“
  • „Willkommen im märchenhaften und realen Indien“
  • „Mehr als Tanz und Kitsch“
  • „Cineastische Reise in ein atemberaubendes Land“
  • „Das indische Kino bleibt spannend. Und natürlich auch bunt.“
  • „Big in Stuttgart“
  • „Indien im Schwabenland“
  • „Das indische Kino erobert die Welt mit seinen magischen Bildern, seinem Sinn für Atmosphäre, seinen fein abgestimmten Farben. Zu sehen ist all das beim Filmfestival in Sonntag“