28th IFFK Pays Homage to Cinema Legends: A Celebration of Twelve Iconic Artists

The 28th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) is set to commemorate twelve legendary artists in its homage category, showcasing eleven outstanding films that celebrate the contributions of renowned filmmakers and actors. The selection includes Iranian masterpiece “A Minor” by Dariush Mehrjui, Sri Lankan director Sumitra Peries’ “The Tree Goddess,” and Spanish filmmaker Carlos Saura’s “Cousin Angelica,” among other international classics like “Brick and Mirror,” “Adieu Philippine,” “Distant Voices Still Lives,” and “The Exorcist.” The homage category extends its recognition to the Malayalam film industry, featuring notable works by directors K.G George and Siddique, along with performances by veteran actors Innocent and Mamukkoya in films such as “Yavanika,” “Ramjirao Speaking,” and “Perumazhakkalam.” Additionally, Adoor Gopalakrishnan’s “Vidheyan” pays tribute to producer K Ravindranathan Nair, recipient of the JC Daniel award for his significant contributions to Malayalam cinema.

The curated lineup promises to be a cinematic journey, honoring the artistic legacy of these iconic individuals and presenting audiences with a diverse range of films that have left an indelible mark on the world of cinema. The IFFK’s homage category stands as a testament to the enduring impact of these legends and their invaluable contributions to the global film landscape.

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