Channel 4 confirms Indian film season in September

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Channel 4 has confirmed its line-up of Indian films, which will air a part of the broadcaster’s annual season.

The Indian film season returns on Monday and Thursday nights this September with a selection of independent films from across the country spanning themes of mortality, forbidden love, the caste system and British Colonial rule. All but one for the first time on free to air British television and including a rarely seen late film from revered filmmaker Satyajit Ray.

Monday 3rd September
Hotel Salvation (2016)

Thursday 6th September
Sairat (2016)

Monday 10th September
Masaan (2015)

Thursday 13th September
Ankhon Dekhi (2014)

Monday 17 September
The Chess Players (1977)

For the first time, all the films will be available also on catch up via All4 on the channel’s website.

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