Building inclusive communities in Cincinnati


                                                      SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 23-26, 2020 IS NOW POSTPONED


The prestigious Indian Film Festival of Cincinnati (IFFCINCY), will be postponed to a later date this year. The Cincinnati Sister Cities (India)  which runs the festival regrets to inform everyone that in the light of the recent outbreak of Covid-19 ( Corona virus)  The Indian Film Festival of Cincinnati (April 23-26) has been indefinitely postponed this year.  A new date will be announced as soon as it is possible  to do so.

Announcing this on May 9th  IFFCINCY executive director said, "In the light of the increasing impact of  COVID 19, it is best that we postpone the festival to a later date.  We are grateful for the many submissions made to the festival and we will keep our film makers appraised of the situation.  We wish all those affected by the virus safe health and look forward to a time when this pandemic is over. IFFCincy would like to thank the volunteers and participants who have been working to make the event a success. To our audiences, I thank you for your support and we look forward to a fruitful season soon.


Our popular vibrant fun filled Festival  packed with some of the best independent films and film makers from South Asia and Ohio is here once again, APRIL 23-26 ,2020.  Attend the festival, listen to producers and directors and take part in our discussions and appreciate international independent cinema.

We invite  Ohio film makers to submit their films that align with our theme of building inclusiveness.  Tell your powerful stories!


A program of the Cincinnati Sister city(India), Cincinnati Sister Cities (501C3)   

Mysore is Cincinnati's sister city.