DFW South Asian Film Festival

DFW South Asian Film Festival

Our Mission:

The Dallas/Fort Worth area is now home to its very own South Asian film festival. DFW SAFF is a three day festival taking place from March 3 to 5, 2017. We will showcase World, U.S. and Texas premieres of features, shorts and documentaries, all chosen to engage, educate and inspire audiences. We have chosen a wide range of films exploring issues that affect South Asians living and working in America, as well as our brothers and sisters back home.

Our Vision:

DFW SAFF exists to promote the perspectives and voices of the South Asian community by serving, organizing and advocating South Asian culture in the Greater Dallas Metroplex area through cinema.


The third annual DFW South Asian Film Festival will take place from March 3 to 5, 2017.

Opening night film & after party (March 3): Perot Museum in Downtown Dallas
March 4 & 5: AMC Village on the Parkway 9

Tickets are now available HERE.


When his adopted mother dies unexpectedly, Roger Moreau loses the last tie he has to his Canadian upbringing and identity. He decides to travel to India to find the birth family that gave him up for adoption more than two decades ago.

When he steps off the plane into the crowded streets of Mumbai he is confronted by his own foreignness in a strange, new land. While eager to be reunited with his family, complications immediately threaten Rog’s search when a Catholic orphan- age reveals his adoption documents are forgeries.

More desperate than ever, Rog sets out on a quest into Madhya Pradesh - the impoverished, rural heartland of India - to find the one local official who can help him solve the mystery surrounding his adoption.

Rog’s journey takes him into the dark alleys, dusty roads and cramped train cars of India’s underclass as he tries to connect the threads of his own story. Rog is pushed to his physical and emotional breaking point, and forced to confront the ghosts and sinister forces haunting him - only then is he able to discover the truth. 

Directed by Sami Khan
English, 82 minutes, 2015, Canada

Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vM6QaxvSN0Q&t=4s

Friday, March 3 to Sunday, March 5, 2017