The festival will present a bouquet of best of contemporary Indian Cinema produced in different languages, the Information and Broadcasting Ministry said on Wednesday.
In a statement released here, the Ministry said eight feature films and three non-feature films will be screened over three days and the festival will be inaugurated by the Chief Minister of Meghalaya Dr Mukul Sangma in the presence of I&B Secretary Bimal Julka at U Soso Tham Auditorium, Shillong.

The festival will open with 'Dr Prakash Baba Amte – The Real Hero' directed by Samruoddhi Porey, the statement said.

Other feature films which will be screened during the festival are 'Drishyam' (Malayalam), 'December 1' (Kannada), 'Kuttram Kadithal' (Tamil), 'Ankhon Dekhi' (Hindi), 'Othello' (Assamese), 'Ri' (Khasi), 'Teenkahon' (Bengali) and 'Ranjana Ami Ar Ashbona' (Bengali).

Non-feature films to be screened during the festival are 'Songs of the Blue Hills' (Nagamese/English), 'A Dream Never Dies' (Assamese) and 'Ek Hota Kau' (Marathi).

Indian Panorama Film Festivals are being held in Shillong for the last two years and this will be the third edition of the festival.

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