Festival Of Globe, Silicon Valley

August 5–13, 2016

Silicon Valley, California

aligarh-film-still1What’s It All About?

Festival Of Globe, Silicon Valley (FOGsv) is a platform that showcases works by both new and independent filmmakers. The festival offers a chance to experience groundbreaking and thought-provoking films from various countries including the UK, Australia, Fiji, Nepal, India, Russia, Poland, Japan, China and Mexico. It embraces music, dance and fashion, media and entertainment.

FOGsv will conclude with the India Day Parade, which will be held during the weekend close to August 15, India’s Independence Day. It also includes a mela with food stalls, vendor booths and a health fair with free screenings. This year, celebrities from Hollywood, Bollywood and around the world will be ‘Grand Marshals’, riding more than 100 open cars along with over 50 colourful floats. Over 150,000 attendees will witness this event.

Attendees

The upcoming edition of the festival will see celebrities Randeep Hooda, Raima Sen, Gulshan Grover, Pakistani actress Sarah Lorene, Nepalese actor-producer-director Bhushan KC and Gautami as Grand Marshals. The previous editions of this film festival had Amitabh Bachchan, Shatrughan Sinha, Tabu, Dev Anand and Dharmendra as Grand Marshals.

Screenings

Mermaids On Mars

The 3 Burritos

Arranged To Love

New Generation Queens: A Zanzibar Soccer Story

Namaste Nepal

Pechorin

Dreams Of You And Me

Swaraj Mumkin Hai

The Land Of Exodus

A Tale With Christ And Jesus

Ardhakatti

What’s Going On With Wolves?

Silo, A Spiritual Path

Classic

Home

Finding Mabel

Dreams

Moments From A Sidewalk

Sunrise

Peeda

If There Is A Reason To Study

For Anna

Alice’s Mirror

The Sin Of Those Who Love Us

Aligarh

Badman

The Girl Who Saved My Life

Taandav

Elayichi

Agli Baar

Absent

Tie The Knot

Amdavad Ma Famous

The Red String

The Last Request

Mantostaan

Kidnap Capital

Gelo

Love, Work And Other Demons

Minami

Twisted Families

Bollywood Diaries

Hum Bhi Agar Bachhe Hote

Tall Poppy…Envy of Success

Fast Lane

D Major

Ghar Pardes

Feeling Lucky

The Woman…And The Man

I Fought I Survived

In Search Of A Memory

Dark Chocolate

Mi Amor

Hemanta

Closing Ceremony

The festival will end with a Grand Indian Parade at Paseo Padre and Walnut Ave, Fremont, California, which will reflect the culture, creativity and tradition of India.

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