The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is the only film festival in South Asia that is accredited by International Federation of Film Producers’ Associations (FIAPF) in Competitive Feature Films Category. Since its inception in 1952, IFFI has been curating spectacular films from all over the world. Its goal is to provide a single platform for ambitious filmmakers, cineastes, and industry professionals to have access to excellent cinema from across the world. IFFI’s International Cinema section is an assortment of culturally and aesthetically remarkable films from around the world. It has kept its stature high by committing to promote art by showcasing the international films of the year shortlisted by the eminent members associated with the Film Industry. Since 2004, IFFI has moved to its permanent venue at Goa, where it is jointly organized each year by National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India and Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG). With IFFI, Indian cinema interacted with the world cinema, beginning with participation of 23 countries in 1952, and showcasing 280 films from 79 countries in 2022. Growing in consistency with IFFI's motto; Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (The whole world is a family). IFFI has witnessed a mass participation from all walks of life comprising more than 10,000 delegates during the festival. For more information visit


Film Bazaar is the largest South Asian film market organised by the NFDC. Film Bazaar is a platform created to encourage creative and financial collaboration between the international and South Asian film fraternity. The Bazaar is focused on discovering, supporting and showcasing South Asian content and talent in the realm of filmmaking, production and distribution. A converging point for film buyers and sellers from all over the world, it also aims at facilitating the sales of world cinema in the said region. Since 2007, Film Bazaar has evolved into South Asia's global film market, witnessing an increased participation with every edition. The Bazaar is held the same period as the International Film Festival of India at Goa every year. The 16th edition of the market saw an attendance of 1407 delegates from 40 countries. Over the years, films such as The Lunch Box, Margarita with A Straw, Chauthi Koot, Qissa, Ship of Theseus, Titli, Court, Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan, Miss Lovely, Dum Laga Ke Haisha, Liar's Dice and Thithi have been through one or more programmes of the Bazaar For more information visit