India to Highlight Creative Economy at Cannes Film Festival

Oscar-Winning Director Guneet Monga to Walk Red Carpet at Cannes. 54th International Film Festival of India to Have Booth at Cannes



From May 16 to May 27, 2023, the 76th Cannes Film Festival is scheduled to take place. This year, India will be the festival’s main focus, with a particular emphasis on the nation’s creative economy.

The festival’s Indian pavilion’s theme is “Showcasing India’s Creative Economy to the World.” The Saraswati Yantra, a Hindu representation of knowledge and creativity, will serve as the inspiration for the pavilion. It will be created by Ahmedabad’s National Institute of Design (NID). The vibrant hues of the Indian national flag will serve as inspiration for the pavilion’s colour scheme.

“Anurag Thakur will lead the Indian delegation to the 76th Cannes Film Festival”

During the 10-day event, films from around the world will be screened for delegates. India was well-represented at the festival, with delegates including AR Rahman, Shekhar Kapur, Nawazuddin Siddiqui, R. Madhavan, Mame Khan, and Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur.

In addition to these delegates, many Indian actors and social media personalities also attended the festival. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Hina Khan, Aditi Rao Hydari, Tamannaah Bhatia, and Pooja Hegde were among the stars who turned heads on the red carpet. Masoom Minawala Mehta, Diipa Khosla, Malvika Sitlani, Tarini Peshawaria, and Rahi Chaddha were among the influencers who made their sartorial mark on the French Riviera.

Oscar-Winning Director Guneet Monga to Walk Red Carpet at Cannes

At the festival, Oscar-winning director Guneet Monga will walk the red carpet. Monga is the creator of Sikhya Entertainment. A studio that has worked on films like “Lion” and “Blindness.” As a member of the Indian delegation, she will be attending the festival to represent her country.

The festival will feature a number of Indian films, including “Agra” in the Director’s Fortnight category and “Nehemich” in the La Cinef category. In the Cannes Classics category, the restored Manipuri film “Ishanhou” will also be shown.

There will also be a booth at the festival for the 54th International Film Festival of India (IFFI). At the occasion, the festival’s poster and trailer will be unveiled.

The 76th Cannes Film Festival is expected to be a success. The festival will support the development of ties with other nations in the film industry.

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