It's time for the 2008 Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, the largest festival in North America dedicated to presenting perspectives of the Indian diaspora. Now in its sixth year, the event will be held April 22-27 at ArcLight Hollywood.
The festival will showcase more than 30 features, shorts, and documentaries. Attendees 21 and older can also check out the popular late-night Bollywood by Night screenings, including Lost Moon, Johnny Gaddaar, and Bobby.
Opening and closing night galas will include entertainment by world music chart toppers Bombay Dub Orchestra and culinary delights from Chakra Cuisine. Filmgoers can also enjoy free live music in the IFFLA Rhythm Village presented by Rukus Avenue in ArcLight Plaza.
Purchase tickets at www.arclightcinemas.com or at the ArcLight Hollywood box office (6360 W. Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA).
For more information on the festival, visit www.indianfilmfestival.org or call (310) 364-4403.