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IIFK: 63 films on Day 5

Thiruvananthapuram, Dec 9 (UNI) As the 24th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) enters the fifth day, as many as 63 films are ready to hit the screens. Nine films in the International Competition is to be screened on Tuesday.
Three among them - 'When the Persimmons Grew' from Hilal Baydarov, 'Camille' by Boris Lojkine and 'Jellikkattu' by Lijo Jose Pellissery, are set to have their first show at the Tagore theatre.
'Our Mothers' by Ceaser Diaz, Ahmed Ghossein's 'All this Victory' and 'Aani Maani' by Fahim Irshaad will have their second screening at Dhanya theatre. Meanwhile Allan Deberton's ‘Paccarette’, Brett Michael Innes’ 'Fiela's Child', and Michael Idov's 'The Humorist' will have their final shows.
Fernando Solanes' ‘The Hour of the Furnaces (Part 1)’ is to be shown at Nila theatre at 1830 hrs, while ’Elippathayam’ by Adoor Gopalakrishnan will be the retrospective movie for the day.
Five out of six films, including 'Moothon' by Geethu Mohandas, in the Kalediscope category, will be exhibited. 'Fandry' by Nagraj Manjule is the jury film. A total of 29 films in the World Cinema category are scheduled to be screened, and they include Jayro Bustamante's masterpiece 'Tremors', which questions the social elements that stand against homosexuality. 'Hellaro' by Abhisekh Shah, 'Anandi Gopal' by Sameer Vidwan, and 'Without Strings' by Atanu Ghosh, are the movies in the Indian Cinema Now Category. Seven movies in the Malayalam Cinema Today category will also be screened.
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