By Shipra Harbola Gupta | Indiewire March 19, 2014 at 7:21PM
The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) has released a complete list of the narrative and documentary films that will be screening at this year's festival. As previously announced, the festival will open with "Sold," a feature length drama about human trafficking, executive produced by Emma Thompson. Amit Gupta's "Jadoo," which premiered at last year's Berlinale, will close out the festival. "Jadoo" marks Gupta's second time at IFFLA. His short film, "Love Story," screened at IFFLA back in 2008.
Other titles of note on this year's schedule include Anurag Kashyap's latest feature, "Ugly," as well as an anthology of shorts titled "Bombay Talkies," celebrating 100 years of Indian cinema. Both "Ugly" and "Bombay Talkies" screened at Cannes last year.
Entering it's 12th year, IFFLA bills itself as "the premiere showcase of groundbreaking Indian cinema globally." The festival will take place April 8-13th at the ArcLight Hollywood.
See below for the full list of narrative and documentary films that will screen during the course of the festival: