(5th) Sixteen (16) International Film Festivals in Jaipur, India by Jaipur International Film Festival-JIFF from July 29-31, 2020 16IFF-2020 INDIA



CHOOSE YOUR FILM FESTIVAL, You can choose one or more, please write us:-

1) Women Film Festival in Jaipur (Films made by women, based on women)
2) Children Film Festival in Jaipur
3) Tribal Film Festival in Jaipur
4) Global Human Rights Film Festival in Jaipur
5) International Culture and Tourism Film Festival in Jaipur
6) Environment Film Festival In Jaipur
7) Love & Romantic Film Festival
8) Political ^ Corruption Based Film Festival
9) Democracy Film Festival
10) International Animation Film Festival
11) International Student Film Festival
12) War & Peace Film Festival
13) Horror Film Festival
14) Financial Crises and Development Film Festival
15) Ad Film Festival
16) Science Film Festival

Now submit also - Song


All these film festivals will be organized together.

Please submit and updates us about your submission at 16filmfestivals@gmail.com your submission is for which film festival out of 16 above.

Submit one time, pay one time for your film. If you want to enter your film in one or more film festivals as above, do not submit again, do not pay again, just mails us for other film festivals name we will include.

for more- http://jiffindia.org/16IFF.html

Best three films in each film festival &/or in each category


Feature Fiction
Documentary Feature
Animation Feature
Short Fiction
Short Documentary
Animation Short
Ad Film
Now also Song (written, Audio or Audio/Video up to 8 minutes)


Eligibility Regulations

1. All films / documentaries shot on film or Video or Mobile (Analog / Digital format)
between 1st January 2018 to July 2020 within a running duration of 30 seconds to 180 minutes are eligible for the festival.

2. Entries of all films / documentaries (hereafter collectively called Films) shall be accepted only in DVD/BLURAY format or ONLINE SCREENER, please send online screener by email at 16filmfestivals@gmail.com.

3. If language of the film is other than English or Hindi, it must be dubbed or sub-titled in English.

4. Films may be entered by any organization, agency, individual producer or director.

5. Selection of films / videos for 16IFF 2020 will be done by a committee whose decision will be final. However, Festival Authorities reserve the right to accept or reject any film that is likely to offend sentiments, feelings or sensibilities of any caste, community, religion and sect or is likely to promote racism or ill will in the society.

6. A complete screening schedule of selected films shall be put up on the festival website: around July 21, 2020.

7. Transportation and insurance costs of DVDs/BLURAYs, related documents, photographs and publicity materials from the country of origin to the Festival Office shall be borne by the applicant.

8. 16IFF 2020 would be allowed to use all photographs and publicity materials received along with the Entry and the same will not be returned to the entrants.

9. Student / Diploma films / videos cannot be considered as Director's First film.

10. Censorship will not be applicable to any films / videos entered in the festival.

11. The Festival Authorities will have the right to screen (maximum 5 screening) in different cities of India on non-commercial basis.

12. For promotional / publicity purposes, excerpts from any film entered in the festival may be shown on any Television network / Internet or related media during the festival period.

13. Entry Forms with incorrect / inadequate / illegible / ambiguous particulars will not be considered.

14. DVDs submitted for selection will be considered as final and no changes will be entertained after submission. It is the sole responsibility of the applicant to submit DVDs without any physical / quality defects.

15. Prize and certificate will be awarded to the director (s) or producer(s) of the film.
For any duties, fees and charges accrued from the transporting of the trophy, will be covered by the recipient, not the Festival organizers.

16. All shortlisted entries will receive a certificate. (Cost of certificate production and courier charges will cover the submitter or Director or producer)

17. Anybody can submit one or more than one entry. There is no limit for submission.

18. Films once selected and submitted for the final screening will not be allowed to be withdrawn under any circumstances, until the Festival is over.

19. The Festival proposes to have a maximum of 5 screenings per film as per FIAPF Regulations for non-competitive festivals and competitive specialized festivals which allow for a maximum of 5 screenings per film.

20. Participation in the Festival implies acceptance of these Regulations.

21. Decisions of the Festival Authorities regarding all matters not expressly provided for in these regulations or which require interpretation of the clauses mentioned above shall be final and binding on all parties.


Overall Rating
  • Bea de Visser

    Many many onlookers. Great to know that initiative the Film Library is happening.

    September 2019
  • Thank you 16 Jaipur International Film Festival for giving this opportunity to interact with students. The experience was just out of the world. Loved it...

    September 2019
  • Making appropriate films available to 1000s of school children of appropriate age is a great way to make difference. JIFF Trust has done exactly that through this and Aryan International Children’s Film Festival of Jaipur - Aryan ICFF held from 26 - 28 August 2019, Jaipur INDIA. Most films shown may not be ever available to audience like this due to language, business model of the industry and social-eco-chambers that most of us nowadays live in.

    Festival's communication was well done, given the tight timeline. Also any festival done by JIFF Trust has a strong brand in India so please submit your film especially if you think your film has a strong social message that kids in India would benefit from, please submit your film here.

    Our film "Ek Aasha" won the special appreciation, for which we are grateful.

    Logline of our film is: The quest of a transgender girl to become a teacher in India. We are grateful that our film was shown to 100s of kids and the message of the film was delivered via this screening - Thank you very much.

    September 2019
  • Chirag Khatri

    Although I did not get to attend it, this festival has definitely been very warm and welcoming over all the communication that happened with them.

    June 2018
  • Manas Mishra

    Wonderful platform for showcasing some great films. My film got the Award for Best Women Film. Apart from this, meeting likeminded filmmakers under one roof gives a great opportunity to discuss the art. Thanks to Mr. Hanu Roj for organizing the festival and for all the communication and networking. Would love to be here soon once again.. !!

    May 2018