IFFI 2022 l Film Bazaar Anurag Thakur Inaugurates the 2022 Edition

By: Amit KumaR Agarwal

Anurag Thakur, inaugurated Film Bazaar's 2022 edition amidst much fanfare. Addressing the gathering at the opening, Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting and Youth Affairs & Sports said that India is one of the largest film making countries in the world, and International Film Festival of India (IFFI) is Asia’s biggest film festival. Hence producers come here to engage, and collaborate with filmmakers in India, making IFFI the right platform for the initiative of Film Bazaar.
Sharing his vision of India becoming a large marketplace for film industry, Union Minister Anurag Thakur said that at IFFI there will be ample opportunities to find co-producers and collaborators for films. “We aim to become a large marketplace where films can be made and sold”, he said.

The Minister also recognized the efforts of NFDC, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting and the Steering Committee, in bringing changes and introducing new initiatives in this year’s IFFI.  He invited suggestions and ideas to make both IFFI and Film Bazaar further bigger and better.
PIB Press Release Note:
Film Bazaar, the largest South Asian film market, was inaugurated today in Goa by Union Minister Anurag Singh Thakur. The initiative organised on side-lines of 53rd International Film Festival of India(IFFI), encourages creative and financial collaboration between the South Asian and International film communities. Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Dr. L. Murugan, Secretary, Ministry of I & B Apurva Chandra along with representatives from National Film Development Corporation (NFDC), film industry among others attended the event.