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Torika Tokalau
Friday, October 05, 2012

THE wait for the Fiji Film Festival is finally over.

Tonight, two cinemas and three campuses of the Fiji National University will start screening 17 of the selected films.

Village 6 Cinemas will open the festival with a screening of the 2012 Indian thriller, Kahaani at 7pm.

Kahaani, which is directed by Sujoy Ghosh, is about a pregnant woman in search for her missing husband in the city of Kolkata, India, during a festival. It will screen at Village 4 Cinemas in Lautoka at 7:50pm.

"We have amazing world class films scheduled for the first week of the film festival in centres around Fiji," Fiji National University's UniStudio director Ravi Malik said.

"This is definitely one for the whole family because we have a huge selection of films that will fit each member of the household."

At the FNU Ba, Lautoka and Nadi campuses, Three Idiots and Kashmi Ki Kali will be screened at 7pm.

"There are no repeat shows and all screenings are free of charge. However, entry is on first come first serve basis so seats are limited," Mr Malik added.

Village 6, Village 4 and FNU campuses in Ba, Lautoka and Nadi will be screening throughout this weekend and next week at selected times.





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