Time has changed positively for Pakistan Film Industry . Pakistan Film/Tv has a prominent name across the world now. KFS is going to held an international film festival in Pakistan for the First Time. This festival has some specific and vital goals for freshers film makers as well as directors.
The Pakistan International Film Festival (PIFF) aims to be the largest film festival in Pakistan. PIFF will screen features, shorts and documentaries from Pakistan and around the world. There mission is to create a unique platform which promotes both Pakistani cinema and Pakistani filmmakers by showcasing their films to diverse international audiences. They ve also planned for bring international filmmakers and their work to Pakistan to create an interactive space for exchange of ideas and for open dialogue. PIFF will provide opportunities to encourage co-productions and to portray Pakistan as an exciting and vibrant country, with great cinematic potential.
Karachi Film Society is a nonprofit organization and parent body of Pakistan International Film Festival (PIFF), founded by renowned Producer/Director Ms. Sultana Siddiqui. The primary goal of Karachi Film Society is to improve access of the people to innovation and excellence in different categories and genres of cinema and films. So as to illustrate the unique scope of this mass medium. Most of the festivals and showbiz related activities are arranged by KFS in Pakistan.
Karachi Film Society announced that the first Pakistan International Film Festival is going to happen soon. It will long last for three days, scheduled from March 29, 2018 to April 1, 2018, in Karachi. The PIFF is an initiative of the Karachi Film Society, which hosted a press conference earlier. The festival will comprise film premieres and special screenings in the categories of feature length films, documentaries and short films. The PIFF management is going to invite the overseas delegates of filmmakers, artists and professionals, and expects many renowned names to grace the festival. The festival will hold workshops for young aspiring filmmakers where they can learn the craft from renowned mentors. A special mobile screening programme is also included in which the PIFF teams will show selected films to young audiences at different locations of Karachi. The special panel discussions on women’s role in Film/ TV and seminars on the Pakistani film industry will also be an integral part of the agenda, said the press release.
A fundraiser dinner for the Pakistan International Film Festival (PiFF) under the newly-formed Karachi Film Society (KFS), which is scheduled for the last week of March 2018, was held at Governor House on Sunday night, with Sindh Governor Mohammad Zubair in attendance.