India, Aug. 1 -- As the Covid-19 pandemic has shuttered cinemas, a unique international film festival has taken place in the city of Toronto, bringing moviegoers out for the communal film experience, by opting for a retro medium for doing so - the drive-in theatre.

The 12-day Lavazza Drive In Film Festival, which concluded on Friday night, was held with a view to getting the city's film buffs out of their homes, sitting in their cars, watching films alongside others, and given how the coronavirus crisis has impacted everything including the world of entertainment, the theme for the event was Together Beyond The Pandemic, Sharing Films From The Most Affected Countries. Eight countries were featured in the festival - Canada, India, USA, UK...