60 Second Intl. Film Festival (60SIFF) - Dil Say Pakistan brings to you the fifth round of film screening in Islamabad. Every year, we endeavor to bring an event bigger, enriching and aesthetically inspiring than the previous ones – in an attempt to revolutionize the public spaces through the invigorating yet impactful platform of storytelling.
Experience the ‘colours of the country’ through the lens of filmmakers from across the globe who submitted their films through an open call for entries. Also, get the opportunity to meet the artists, enthusiasts, storytellers and filmmakers who will spice up your learning and networking experiences. Last but not least, a number of stalls would be set up to offer you with everything you want – be it food, trivia, gaming activities and a lot more.
So, gear up for the most awaited international film festival in the city of beauty and inspiration. The event will kickstart with the celebration of kid’s filmmaking endeavors, some ice-breaking sessions, and networking sessions, followed by engaging activities regarding photography, storytelling, and screening of films making their way up to the top positions and of course, some music and food respites.
The event is open for children, adults, and families.
60 Second International Film Festival (60SIFF) is a platform which attracts young filmmakers from all over the world to step up and ‘film’ their thoughts in 60 seconds on any of the given categories. 60SIFF operates to empower the youth and to create awareness about global issues. It forms a community of participants and viewers. Every year we are one step closer to bridging the gap between cultures and creating strong global ties among today’s youth.
60SIFF was initiated in Pakistan and in the first round, the festival received a response of more than 200 films. The second term of the festival, announced as an international entity, received approximately 400 film entries from over 40 countries. 60SIFF has been franchised by organizations in different countries and is invited to screen the films internationally as well.