- 28 February 2020
- by Shiba
The News Minute
Film FestivalEven though tickets for Bengaluru International Film Festival (Biffes) were booked online, participants still had to pick up their passes at the venue, which led to long queues.Alithea Stephanie MounikaScores of movie buffs in Bengaluru turned up early at the Orion Mall in Rajajinagar on Thursday to pick up their passes for the 12th edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (Biffes). The screening of the first movie, Iranian movie The Charcoal, began at 9.20 am. The participants had registered their tickets online days before the film festival began and had arrived early to collect these passes from the organisers at the venue. While long queues are not uncommon at film festivals, the queue on the first day of movie screening Biffes at this venue was so long, with many claiming they missed the movies they had planned to watch. Many complained that they had to wait for more than 30 minutes to get passes,
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