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Kanu Behl’s next short film ‘Binnu Ka Sapna’ wins the Student Jury Prize for best short in International competition 2019 at the prestigious Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival 2019
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#MeToo campaign is a fad, aimed at attracting publicity and getting mileage and will recede with time, Vinod Ganatra, who heads the seven-member non-feature film jury at the 49th International Film Festival of India
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the ongoing festival, Ganatra said the #MeToo campaign got attention because of people who are keen on fanning the phenomenon.
“It is a fad which has come with time. It is a chance to get publicity and mileage. It will not last. What is authentic will last. What is not authentic will disappear. There are people who encourage it,” Ganatra said.
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The Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (IFFLA) has announced two exciting additional programs and has revealed the distinguished members of its features and shorts juries for the 16thannual festival, which takes place April 11 – 15 at the Regal L.A. LIVE: A Barco Innovation Center cinemas in downtown Los Angeles. Read more
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The 16th edition of the Mumbai film festival organized by the Mumbai Academy of Moving Image (MAMI) will be held from 14th – 21st October 2014 at PVR Cinema Andheri and Cinemax Versova as the main venue. The jury for 16th Mumbai Film Festival includes renowned names and faces to judge sections like International Competition, Dimension Mumbai and India Gold.
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Sridhar Rangayan, acclaimed Indian filmmaker and activist is on the International Jury this year at Outfest film festival in Los Angeles. Outfest, which runs from July 12-22nd is celebrating its 30th year, and is one of the oldest and biggest gay & lesbian film festival in the world. “I am excited and honoured to be on the Outfest International Jury. It will not only give me an opportunity to watch some of the best and latest in International queer cinema, but also enables me to talk about the nascent Indian queer cinema movement on an international platform”, feels Rangayan. “It’s a challenge to push the boundaries”, he adds.