07-11 JANUARY 2022 (Offline and Online)


NOMINATED FILMS (1ST LIST) HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED ON 7th NOVEMBER 2021 FOR JIFF 2022 (PDF)


NOMINATED FILMS (2nd LIST) HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCED ON 5th DECEMBER 2021 FOR JIFF 2022 (PDF)


3rd and Final List of Nominated Films To Be Announced on 21st December 2021 (After noon)


SUBMIT TODAY YOUR FILM & SCREENPLAY IN JIFF 2022


DAY BY DAY FILM SCREENING SCHEDULE FOR JIFF 2022

Download PDF from 21st December 2021

Opening Day - 07 January 2022 (Friday)
Day Two - 08 January 2022 (Saturday)
Day Three - 09 January 2021 (Sunday)
Day Four - 10 January 2022 (Monday)
Closing Day - 11 January 2022 (Tuesday)

DAY BY DAY

Download PDF with Synopsis & Poster from 21st December 2021

Opening Day - 07 January 2022 (Friday)
Day Two - 08 January 2022 (Saturday)
Day Three - 09 January 2022 (Sunday)
Day Four - 10 January 2022 (Monday)
Closing Day - 11 January 2022 (Tuesday)


NOMINATED SCREENPLAYS TO BE ANNOUNCED ON 21st DECEMBER 2021 FOR ISC @ JIFF 2022 (PDF)





14th Jaipur International Film Festival-JIFF
07 - 11 January 2022, Jaipur

WORLD'S BIGGEST COMPETITIVE FILM FESTIVAL
Best Reviewed Festival in the World

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MESSAGE FROM FOUNDER DIRECTOR - JIFF 2021
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New technology and discoveries turned cinema digital. And now Covid-19 has pushed the cinema out of theatres to OTT. The nature of human beings changes every second, and we welcome these changes. First we regret the losing the old fun. But soon start enjoying the change that is inevitable. This is true for Cinema too. We have started enjoying the movies on our desktops and even on Mobile handsets. Since Covid-19 has restricted our outings, we have turned towards new technological advancements that have come to our aid. We have started enjoying our movies on new platforms that has become normal now.

We should not underestimate the importance of new alternatives, and keep moving with changing circumstances and times. This is the philosophy of JIFF.

More than 2100 films were received from more than 85 countries for the JIFF 2021, of which 266 films from 44 countries are being screened online at the festival this year. All films will be screened on UFO's Plexigo.

In this difficult pandemic time, the selection committee and jury members worked without any incentive for months tirelessly selecting films. Myself and JIFF organizing committee are thankful to all of them for their dedicated cooperation.

After the screening of films from 15th to 19th January, 2021, the award ceremony is proposed to be held later in the last week of March or in first week of April in physical form in Jaipur. We will try to organize some other activities too during the award ceremony.

This Year’s JIFF is dedicated to all those great filmmakers, producers, directors, actors and other people from the film industry who left us to heavenly abode during the year. JIFF 2021 is our humble tribute to them.

Thank you!

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First list of nominated films in 10 categories for JIFF 2022 is out

Jaipur 7 November 2021: Despite the covid pandemic, there has been great enthusiasm in filmmakers across the world towards filmmaking.
For 14th Jaipur International Film Festival JIFF 2022 ~ 1500 film applications from 82 countries are received. JIFF organizing committee has released the 1st list of nominated films for 10 categories for the festival. 182 films from 52 countries have got a place in this list. 28 jury members from 15 countries have selected these films. This is the biggest selection in first list of JIFF till now.


28 Jury Members from 15 countries selected 182 films from 52 countries out of 1500 films from 82 countries

The Film Festival would be organized from 7th to 11th January 2022. The Festival would take place in offline and online both mods, tells JIFF Founder Director Hanu Roj. Recently filmmakers across the world have rated JIFF word's best reviewed festival. JIFF has emerged as very popular festival across the globe and the biggest competitive film festival in fiction films.
JIFF spokes Person Rajendra Bora informed that out of selected films under 10 categories include 24 Feature Fiction Films | 22 Documentaries Feature Films | 88 Short Fiction Films | 18 Short Documentary Films | 11 Short Animation Films | 4 Mobile Films | 5 Web Series | 1 Ad Film | 9 Songs including 10 Student Films.


GREAT ENTHUSIAM for FILM MAKING even during COVID

Some of the selected feature films are as follows – Aksa, Love Laboratory, Sorry, I Forgive You, Wiggler from China, Atlas from Switzerland, Shambala from Kyrgyzstan, Make-Believers from Japan, Verona from Brazil, The Last Bath from Portugal, Do Not Hesitate from Netherlands, The Ugly Truth from Germany, The Final Stand from Russian Federation and Natyam, Bridge, Lullaby, Giliyu Panjaradolilla, Nani, Baba Baby O, Daalcheeni from India

In the festival ~ selected films of widely recognized and prestigious Award-winning filmmakers are chosen under various categories.

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This is the first time, when Films in a huge number from China, Japan and South Korea are submitted and nominated as well.

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Second List of the selected FILMS would be released on 5th December 2021.

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Kat P Curtis

JIFF is a magical experience everyone should have. No festival treats you with more respect. From the fantastic organization to the amazing Royal Dinner and the innovative events, JIFF creates a unique atmosphere of friendship, loyalty and fun that makes you proud to be part of.

Uwe Schwarzwalder

This is such a great festival and I was really honoured being part of. Everything was setup beautifully and the hospitality was amazing. We were invited to diners with shows. The screenings were in big theatres and the award ceremony was well organised in a beautiful cinema theatre too.

Gnanendra Shamaiah

I had a great time attending the festival. I got good opportunity to interact with many awesome film makers around the world. I saw all my favorite award winning documentary films i.e.The Island, Indus Blues and Point of No Return.


Christian Jilka

One of the most caring and heartfelt festivals I've been to. Lots of special events and chances to meet new and like minded people from all over the world. Overall a very unique and amazing experience.

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