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Fliqvine's online short film festival begins

IANS  |  Chennai 

Fliqvine, a social video-on-demand startup in collaboration with Bangalore International Short Film Festival (BISFF), has brought to movie lovers a large collection of short films that can be watched at the click of a button.

A special package of 26 short fiction films has been selected by BISFF from 300 films, keeping the internet audience in mind as a part of their online film festival on Fliqvine.

This festival, which kicked off on Tuesday, will be on till September 7.

At a price tag of Rs.100, one can register and watch all the 26 films at the official website of Fliqvine.

Five of the 15 films that won awards at BISFF this year are also present online as part of this package.

There are 13 international and 13 Indian films as part of the package, which features films from India, Spain, France, Mexico, Israel and five other countries.

Some of the films are "Grounded", "First World Problems", "Goodbye Mayfly", "Crash" and "Patinga".

Fliqvine, which also hosts some critically acclaimed independent films such as "The Greater Elephant" and "The Untitled Karthik Krishnan Project", is already in talks with another couple of short film festivals to host their online version.

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First Published: Thu, September 03 2015. 12:16 IST
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