For the first time in history, a film festival that will exclusively screen only films made in tribal languages is gearing up to its launch. It is special that the world’s first tribal language film festival is being held in India. That too in the Attapadi region of Kerala. The film festival will be held for three days from August 7 to 9, 2022.
On Monday, Megastar Mammootty unveiled the logo of the festival. The logo launch was held in the presence of directors Vijeesh Mani, B. Unnikrishnan, Producers Dr. NM Badusha, S. George, Production Controller Aroma Mohan, P.R.O P.Sivaprasad, Festival Director Vijeesh Mani and a few others. Vijeesh Mani, the director of NTFF and a film director who has made films in Irula, Muduga and Kurumba tribal languages, said that this is the first time in the history of world cinema that a film festival will be held by including only films made in various tribal languages of the country. The NTFF will be concluded on August 9, which marks to be World Tribal Day.