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Movies Selected to International Film Festival of Kerala 2016 in the Category of MALAYALAM CINEMA TODAY

The 21st Edition of International Film Festival of Kerala is going to be held at Trivandrum from 9th December to 16th December. Today the official list of movie which have selected to the category of 'Malayalam Cinema Today' has published. & movie got selection. here is the list.


Kammatti Paadam

Directed by Rajeev Ravi
With Dulquer Salmaan, Vinayakan, Shaun Romy, Anil Nedumangad

Krishnan, a 42 year old man returns to his hometown Kammattipaadam on the call of his childhood friend Ganga.




Directed by Shanavas K. Bavakutty
With Shane Nigaam, Sruthy Menon, Vinay Forrt, Alencier Ley Lopez

The friendship between B.Tech student Irfan and research student Anitha and the lives around them form the plot of the film. Various incidents that take place in one day are narrated in the movie.




Directed by Jayaraaj
With Kunal Kapoor, Himarsha Venkatsamy, Aaran, Divina Thakur

Veeram is based on the ballads of North Malabar and narrates the tale about the brave and ambitious Kalarippayattu warrior, Chandu. A tale that's starkly similar to William Shakespeare's Macbeth.


God Say

God Say

Directed by Sherrey & Shyju Govindan
With Vinay Forrt, Mythily, Joy Mathew

‘God Say’ is a cinematic version of T N Prakashan’s Novel ‘Gandhimargam’

Ka Bodyscapes

Directed by Jayan Cherian
With Adhithi, Tinto Arayani, Arundhathi, Nilambur Ayisha

Three young people, Haris, a gay painter; Vishnu, a rural kabaddi player and their friend Sia, an activist who refuse to conform to dominant norms of femininity, struggle to find space and happiness in a conservative Indian City.




Directed by Saji Palamel
With Hima Shankar Sheematty




Directed by T.V Chandran
With Joy Mathew, Mythili, Shrinda, Shine Tom Chacko, Siddique

Mohavalayam is shot completely in Bahrain and narrates the life of Malayalis who reach Bahrain from Saudi Arabia, crossing from the King Causeway Bridge.

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