The 13th-annual Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles begins tomorrow, offering Angelenos the opportunity to discover what’s new in Indian and international cinema.
Each day through Sunday, Apr. 12, the festival will showcase features, shorts and documentaries by emerging filmmakers and seasoned auteurs, with films for all ages to enjoy. Highlights this year include the 21+ “Bollywood by Night” event and the Los Angeles premiere of Jai Ho, a candid look at the life and career of composer A.R. Rahman, a household name in India known in the United States for his work on Slum Dog Millionaire.
All IFFLA screenings take place at The ArcLight Hollywood, a fairly central location for many of us that is also easily accessible via Metro Rail or bus. Go Metro to the festival and save $4 on general admission tickets with a special online promo code for customers with valid TAP cards.
To get to The Arclight (located at 6360 Sunset Boulevard), take the Metro Red Line to Hollywood/Vine Station and walk 2 blocks south on Vine Street. Or, hop on board Metro bus 2 and exit at Sunset/Ivar–steps from the theater! Plan your best route using Google Transit or the Trip Planner.
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