The Mumbai International Film Festival for Documentary, Short and Animation Films MIFF is a celebration sorted out in the city of Mumbai by the Films Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India. It was begun in 1990, and focuses on documentary, short fiction and animation films. The festival expects to give a stage to narrative and short movie producers from everywhere throughout the world to meet, trade thoughts and investigate conceivable outcomes of co-creation and showcasing of narrative, short and movement films. This biennial celebration is generally held at the National Center for the Performing Arts NCPA, Mumbai. Be that as it may, most screenings of the fifteenth release of the celebration occurred in the Films Division Complex on Pedder Road, which presently brandishes ious, best in class screening offices. Passages are open up to November for the Golden Conch and Silver Conch grants in International and National Competition Sections.
The best narrative film of the celebration in International Competition is regarded with the Golden Conch Award and a Cash Prize of Rs 1 million Rs 10 lakhs. Every one of the honors in the opposition class are chosen by an International and National Jury individually, involving top narrative and short movie producers from India and abroad. Other than the opposition films, MIFF additionally screens ious unique bundles like Jury Retrospective, Best of the Festivals, MIFF Prism, Country Focus documentaries, and reestablished works of art. Board exchanges, an open discussion, courses and workshops on narrative filmmaking are sorted out as side exercises during the celebration.
The Festival is available to people in general, albeit earlier enlistment as a delegate is required. The delegate expense is postponed for students of film schools and broad communications courses, in an offer to pull in adolescents to get together with experts. The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting affirmed the multiplying of prize cash for the Golden Conch Award-winning Best Documentary Film in the International Competition to Rs 1 million. The honor cash for the Lifetime Achievement grant was likewise multiplied to Rs 1 million. Out and out, money honors of Rs 5.8 million will be given away amid MIFF 2018.