“Fauda” season 4 celebrates its premiere at IFFI 2022

The highly anticipated fourth season of the critically acclaimed Israeli series Fauda will premiere at the 53rd International Film Festival of India (IFFI).

Creators and Executive Producers Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff will attend the show’s premiere on November 27 here.

“We are very excited to come to India for the Asian premiere of ‘Fauda’ Season 4. It’s incredible that this story has resonated with fans in India and we really appreciate all the love and support over the past three seasons. We can’t wait to see the reactions to Season 4,” Raz and Issacharoff said in a statement.

The fourth season will premiere worldwide next year on Netflix. As IFFI celebrates unique stories from different regions and cultures, Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur said they are delighted to welcome the team from “Fauda” to the film gala.

“The International Film Festival of India (IFFI) honors and celebrates unique stories in different languages, from all regions, ethnicities and cultures. With the premiere of OTT and showcasing its content at the festival, we strive to bring fresh narratives, creative ideas and new perspectives to the world.

“We have an effective audiovisual agreement with Israel and that makes us more than happy to host the region’s internationally renowned stars at the 53rd IFFI this year,” added the minister.

“Fauda”, which premiered in 2015, focuses on the Israel-Palestine conflict. In the upcoming season, the story moves beyond Israel, where Doron (Raz) hunts down a threat that has him crossing continents in his most dangerous mission yet.

The Indian remake of the series titled “Tanaav” recently premiered on SonyLIV.

During the festival, Raz and Issacharoff will also participate in a fireside chat on “Storytelling in The Era of Global Entertainment” with actor Rajkummar Rao and Monika Shergill, VP of Content, Netflix India.

Netflix will also premiere Neeraj Pandey’s series Khakee: The Bihar Chapter, Anvita Dutt’s film Qala and Guillermo del Toro’s animated musical fantasy film Pinocchio at the festival.

OTT platforms were included in the IFFI series for the first time in the 2021 edition.

The 53rd edition of IFFI, which opens on Sunday evening, runs until November 28th.

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