Actor Taapsee Pannu, the lead protagonist of the film Dobaaraa will trace back the path to her outstanding career in a special discussion.
LIFF 22 - Q&As and In Conversations
New Levels (British South Asian Short Films)
In search of an identity, Candy wanders through the digital landscape, leaving fragments of herself behind in this experimental short drama.
Adam McKola goes on a journey to try and discover why professional football in Britain continues to overlook British Asians.
Ruhul lives under the shadow of planes, aimless and frustrated, until he meets Arif and quickly gets pulled into a world of revolutionary politics
A delightful rom-com about Jay a former TV star whose life has hit rock bottom until he meets the girl of his dreams
Winner of the Slamdance Audience Award, this movie tells of the courtship of two loveable young strangers searching for connection in an online world
A fascinating and eye-opening courtroom drama about an aging social activist who is arrested and charged with inciting a sewage workers suicide
Q&A by film critic and BBC broadcaster Ashanti Omkar, with director Sairam Sagiraju, Grammy Winner Ricky Kej.
BBC's Poppy Begum in conversation with director Rezwan Shahriar Sumit and producers Ilann Girard and Sylvain Nahmias
An exclusive Q&A with actor Parambrata on his biopic about late Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee, interviewed by filmmaker and writer Sangeeta Datta
Special Guests In Conversation
Shabana Azmi shares golden insights into her five decade long career, in conversation with British Asian director Pratibha Parmar.
India's most widely well known indie director talks candidly to Steve Rose of the Guardian about his life, films and exciting new feature Choked.
One of Bollywood's most versatile actors, Ayushmann Khurrana opens the festival with an in-depth In Conversation event, about his life and career.
Hollywood actress Freida Pinto is In Conversation with Anna Smith, chair of the UK Film Critics’ Circle.
BAFTA and Academy nominated director Mira Nair is In Conversation with LIFF's director, Cary Rajinder Sawhney MBE
Oscar nominated director Deepa Mehta delves into many aspects of her career, in conversation with former LFF director Clare Stewart.