Bhubaneswar: The third edition of the four-day Golden Triangle International Film Festival (GTIFF) began at Jayadev Bhawan here.
As many as 56 films were featured during the festival this year, out of the 100 films that were nominated from all across the world.
The main attraction of the festival was noted filmmaker Lekh Tandon’s last directorial venture ‘Phir Usi Mod Par’, premiere of which will be screened on February 10.
The festival, organised by non-government organisation Golden Triangle Charitable Trust, is named after Puri, Konark and Bhubaneswar that form the famous Golden Triangle with an aim to promote tourism.
On the concluding evening of the festival, an award ceremony was held. Awards were given under seven categories.