Indian film makers will be making their best showing for their audience in the near future, with the industry expecting to be one of the fastest-growing sectors in the country’s film industry in the coming years.
But for now, many Indian filmmakers are making a living in the new digital era, where the medium is changing the way they make films.
In this installment of How to Watch the Indies, we take a look at the most exciting new films coming out in 2018.
The Indies is an independent film festival that has been running in the city of Mumbai since 2018.
It’s run by a group of makers and has taken on a different identity as it has taken over the entire city, from its central location to the heart of Mumbai.
Its the festival that’s bringing in the biggest names in the industry to film and perform, and the best of the best are joining forces with the festival to produce their work.
For the most part, the festival is still very much a festival of independent filmmakers, but it’s also becoming more popular with films that are making their debut on home video.
Here are the top 10 films coming to the festival this year.
The films that will be showing at The Indies are a mix of indie and mainstream films, but there are a few that have the chance to break into the mainstream.
The first of these films is The Mummy by Ravi Deo and his wife Arvind and his brother Rohan, who were the original founders of the festival in 2016.
This film follows a young Indian boy who gets trapped in a haunted hotel room with his family for the next eight years.
A group of Indian filmmakers work with Deo, the father of one of their founders, to capture the essence of the film, and it’s a beautifully made film that feels like it was made for a wider audience.
It will be shown on February 25.
The second film is the story of A.R. Rahman, a British-Indian actor and producer who is a regular in the festival.
His film, The Wedding of a King, is set in the early days of India’s independence, and he tells the story about how it changed him as a person.
The film, which is about a British man who has to travel to India for a wedding to a girl he loves, is the only film in the competition this year that will feature an Indian cast.
It’s the second film that’s set in India, after A.P. Singh’s first film, the story The Dream.
The Dream is a tale of a young man who gets married in a hotel room and ends up living in an ancient temple.
This is the first film from India that will also feature a British cast.
The third film, Tunguska by the French director Yves Tanguy, follows the story from a girl who becomes the victim of a nuclear accident, and ends in a small town.
It has a British crew, and a French crew that is doing the narration, but the film’s biggest surprise comes from the Indian crew, who are making the music.
The story is a true gem that has made its way to the big screen and is a big success for the festival, making it to the top ten in the awards race.
The fourth film is a film about a boy named Dharan who is given a strange device by his father that lets him fly in a plane and help rescue the kidnapped princess.
It is a story of an Indian family trying to help their own people, but in the end, it comes back to the family and the family’s problems.
This one will also be shown at The Mummies, with its story set in Mumbai.
It’ll be shown March 13.
The fifth film is called Tumma, which has been released in the UK and is being shown at the Cannes Film Festival.
It follows a girl named Suman who discovers that she is the reincarnation of a person who died years ago, and is given the ability to travel anywhere she wishes.
This time around, Suman will be able to visit a remote village in the Himalayas and see everything she has ever seen and done.
The movie has a French cast, which makes it a must see for those looking for an Indian film.
The sixth film is The Story of a Boy Who Wasn’t There by filmmaker Ravi Shankar, a filmmaker that has a very different perspective to the others on the list.
It tells the true story of a boy who lived his life as a boy and is now an adult, and follows the life of a man who, during the war in the 1970s, was a part of the liberation movement in India.
Shankar is a filmmaker who has a keen eye for detail and a knack for telling a story that’s very personal.
He’s done some fantastic films, and this one is definitely one of