• 17 Telugu Movies Appreciated In International Film Festivals

    There have been many instances when Telugu films received applaud worldwide. The recent Baahubali is one such example for sure, but much before this, there have been many instances where international Audiences embraced Telugu cinema. From America, Russia, China to Europe, Telugu films have been screened at many film festivals and received many awards and appreciation. From Mayabazar in 1957 to the recent Bahubali, Telugu films have had a great run at some of the biggest film festivals. Incase you missed out on any of those movies, here we have them listed for you. Do check them out!

    Baahubali – Busan Film Festival(2015) & Cannes Film Festival(2016)

    Baahubali

    Bombay – Jerusalem Film Festival & Edinburgh Film Festival(1995)

    Bombay

    Dreams – Canada International Film Festival & Newyork Film Festival(2012)

    Dreams

    English Vinglish – Toronto Film Festival(2012)

    English Vinglish


    Mayabazar – Indonesian Film Festival(1957)

    Maya Bazar

    Meghasandesam – Cannes Film Festival & Moscow Film Festival(1982)

    Meghasandesam

    Naa Bangaaru Talli – Trinity Film Festival & Indonesian Film Festival(2014)

    Naa Bangaaru Talli

    Nartanasala – Indonesian Film Festival(1963)

    Nartanasala

    Padamati Sandhya Ragam – Louseville Film Festival(1987)

    Padamati sandyaragam

    Patala Bhairavi – Indonesian Film Festival(1951)

    Patala Bhairavi

    Roja – Moscow Film Festival(1993)

    Roja

    Sankarabharanam – Bescon Film Festival(1982)

    Sankarabharanam

    Swathi Muthyam – Asia Pacific Film Festival & Oscar Nominations(1985)

    Swathi Muthyam

    Eega – Shangai Film Festival(2012)

    Eega

    Malliswari – Peking Film Festival(1951)

    Malliswari

    Swayamkrushi – (Moscow Film Festival(1987)

    Swayamkrushi

    Seeta Kalyanam – BFI London Film Festival(1976)

    Seeta Kalyanam

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