Pakistani Short Movie Bhai Will be Screened at Toronto Film Festival

Last Updated on 23/01/2022

Pakistani short film will be screened at Bhai Toronto Film Festival

A Pakistani short film (Brother) revolving around the story of an autistic brother will be screened at the annual Toronto Film Festival in Canada.

According to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) website, a Pakistani short film (Bhai) will also be screened at the festival.

The Toronto Film Festival will be held in the province of Ontario from September 9 to 10, featuring a total of 100 features, documentaries and short films from around the world.





Like every year, Pakistani films will be screened at the festival this year and this time the films screened include filmmaker Hamza Bangash’s film (Bhai) on social issues.

The story of the brother revolves around two brothers, one of whom suffers from autism, who suffers from social hatred and mistreatment due to his illness.

The film shows the two brothers embroiled in a scuffle outside a biryani center in Karachi on Pakistan’s Independence Day.

A total of 100 films from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Korea and Pakistan will be screened at the Toronto Film Festival.

Awards will also be given in 15 categories during the ten-day film festival.

Despite Corona, although the film will be screened, this time, as a precautionary measure, festival participants have been instructed to bring vaccination cards.

At the same time, instructions have been issued to those who wish to participate in the festival, saying that they must be with a negative test for Corona and will be willing to take the test if needed during the festival.

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