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The 22nd book of a International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) was inaugurated in Thiruvananthapuram on Friday. Popular film celebrities from opposite a nation including Bengali actor Madhabi Mukherjee and South Indian actor Prakash Raj were in attendance. International filmmaker Marco Mueller, who was also one a members of a jury, was benefaction during a opening ceremony.
The organisers of IFFK had finished divided with a celebrations as a symbol of honour to those who have been influenced and mislaid lives due to a disaster caused by storm Ockhi. The film festival was launched by lighting candles as a reverence to a victims of a cyclone. However, a eventuality was noted by some distinguished remarks about filmmakers and artistic people confronting unbending antithesis from border groups.
Speaking during a IFFK, actor Prakash Raj claimed a leisure of countenance in a nation was underneath threat. He also suggested that artists had a shortcoming to voice their opinions but any fear or favour.
Filmmaker Marco Mueller gave a initial duplicate of a festival circular to executive KP Kumaran during a event. Marco is a member of jury, that also comprises venerable film personalities like Columbian actor Merlin Moreno, French editor Mary Stephen and African Film Critic Aboubakar Sanogo among others.
Chadian Minister for Culture Mahamat Saleh Haroun was also celebrated during a opening rite by eminent Malayalam filmmaker Adoor Gopalakrishnan.
The International Film Festival of Kerala began with Lebanese-French filmmaker Ziad Doueiri’s The Insult.
The week-long film festival will showcase 65 films from 190 countries. The festival will shade films from 20 categories and a foe territory includes 14 films of that 2 are Malayalam. The fest will come to an finish on Dec 15.