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Spotlight on films in lesser-known languages

From tracing the life of a young, mute boy in the Himalayas to a sightly older man, also mute, in the hills in another part of the country - Kodagu, BIFFes promises to showcase Indian cinema beyond the realms of the well-known. Sharing screen space with riveting cinema from across the world are films from lesser-known languages in India. The film festival’s ‘Unsung Incredible India’ section, in its second year, will put the spotlight on cinema in languages such as Konkani, Kurmali, Nepali, Tulu, Pahari and Kodava.  

short by: Nishan Puthran/read more at The Hindu