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16 Oscar-nominated films to be screened at IFFI 2018

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

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It’s raining Oscar-nominated films at IFFI this year. Of the 87 films nominated by their respective countries in the Best Foreign Language Film category at the 91st Academy Awards, as many as 16 films are going to be screened at IFFI 2018. That’s more than one-fifth of all the films vying for the top award. These films are spread across multiple categories at IFFI 2018.

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The 7th edition of Dharamshala International Film Festival 2018 concluded with Aijaz Khan’s Hamid which was screened to a packed house

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

The 7th Dharamshala International Film Festival (DIFF) 2018 concluded with a screening of Aijaz Khan’s Hamid. The film was screened to a packed house as audiences turned in up in large numbers to watch the much talked about movie. The screening of the film of the film was followed by a Q&A.

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Pariyerum Perumal and Peranbu to be screened at IFFI 2018

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By Stephen Fernandes Mobile: 9820707327 Email: stevfern@gmail.com

Mari Selvaraj’s highly acclaimed directorial debut, Pariyerum Perumal, has been selected for screening at the 49th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), Goa. Apart from the Pa Ranjith production, three other Tamil films – Ram’s Peranbu, Chezhiyan’s Tolet and Siva Chelvan’s Baaram – have been selected for the Indian Panorama section. Of the four, only Pariyerum Perumal has had a theatrical release.

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‘Chippa’ – A coming of age tale / film of a 10 year old boy narrated across a single night will be screened in the “ Discovering India Section” at the prestigious Jio MAMI 20th Mumbai Film Festival on 29th October & 1st November 2018

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By Ashok Punatar Mobile: 09820746494 Email: ashokpunatar@gmail.com

Chippa is a story about the aspirations of a child who lives on the streets, told through a journey he takes into an enchanting world that he creates himself on one wintry night in Kolkata. The film is an endearing & universal homage to the spirit and the timeless stories of children growing up everywhere.

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Toronto premiere of National Award-winning filmmaker Rima Das’ BULBUL CAN SING screened to a packed house of audience

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National Award-winning filmmaker Rima Das’ next feature, BULBUL CAN SING which premiered at Toronto International Film Festival 2018 screened to a packed house of audience

Das’ third independent feature in Assamese language made its World Premiere at Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) 2018 in the competition segment, “Contemporary World Cinema”

Cameron Bailey, Artistic Director of Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) says, “Last year Rima Das came to the Festival with Village Rockstars, her delightful drama about a girl with a dream. After its premiere here, it went on to sweep India’s National Film Awards and play dozens of festivals around the world. Das is back with another breath of fresh air, once again shot amidst the timeless beauty of her home village in India’s Assam state. As in the earlier film, Das imbues every frame with insight and respect, and this time there’s a growing exploration of adolescence. Bulbul Can Sing is no simple rural idyll. Read more

Gali Guleiyan will be screened at Indian Film Festival of Melbourne next!

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After bagging many awards in its name, Gali Guleiyan will now be traveling to Indian Film Festival of Melbourne along with the other critically acclaimed films.

Appreciated by critics all over, Gali Guleiyan (In the Shadows) is a psychological drama about an isolated paranoid man, who is slowly losing his grip on reality. The film will be releasing in India as Gali Guleiyan.
Having been to many renowned International Film Festivals now, the film has garnered appreciation from one and all. In 2017, Gali Guleiyan premiered at the Busan International Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival & Mumbai’s MAMI, and also went on to win the Grand Jury award.
It was also screened at the prestigious 42nd Cleveland International Film Festival, the Indian Film Festival of Los Angles and the Atlanta Film Festival amongst others.
Manoj Bajpayee who has been nominated as the best actor for Gali Guleiyan said, “In the Shadows (Gali Guleiyan) in the nominations at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne and it gives me great pleasure to say that. I am really happy that two of my films have been nominated in several categories and I myself have been nominated for Best Actor.” He also expressed his happiness over the versatile genres of films, he’s been working on and how the movies are been talked about and appreciated in the international market as well. Read more

Film Director Roopesh Rai Sikand screened his short film “UNFIT” in the capital

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By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:indianshowbusiness@gmail.com

Film Director Roopesh Rai Sikand has recently done the premier of his short film UNFIT in Delhi at Film Division of India. The movie premier was attended by the senior government dignitaries and people from Delhi Social Circle.

The story of the film is about an Eunuch from Rajasthan. He grew up with the poisoned state of mind because of the un-imagined and unexpected ill treatment of his father and society. To suppress this felling of ignorance and anger, he moved to Bollywood industry of Mumbai to pursue his dream to become a successful dancer. He spoilt his adolescence in different hands with no choice. His journey was a platter of thorns. He was a courageous and ambitious heart with broken emotions. He worked at a dance bar experiencing different perceptions. He moved on towards success with tears of tremendous exploitation and harassment through out his walk but finally achieve success. Read more

Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor’s 102 Not Out to be screened at Rashtrapati Bhavan

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After having an impressive first week at the box office, Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor’s 102 Not Out has received a special honour. The unique film will be screened for President Ram Nath Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan. The special screening will also be attended by Rashtrapati Bhavan officials, ministers and their families.

An elated Umesh Shukla, said, “I think some officials from Rashtrapati Bhavan got to know about the film and we got a request for a screening. It is a film which three generations of a family can sit and watch together. It is our privilege that the film is being screened for the President.”

The director further added, “It is a matter of great pride for any filmmaker for his film to be screened at the Rashtrapati Bhavan. I am curious to know the President’s views on the movie.”

Talking about the same Rishi Kapoor said, “I would be more than happy to be a part of such great honour.” Read more

Manoj Bajapayee’s Hindi psychological drama – Gali Guleiyan to be screened at three prestigious International Film Festivals back to back this week

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A still from Manoj Bajapayee's Hindi psychological drama - Gali Guleiyan

It is not often that a film can boast of a simultaneous premiere at three prestigious International Film Festivals - Busan International Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival & Mumbai’s MAMI and, go on to win the Grand Jury award at the latter. Yet, Manoj Bajpayee’s Hindi psychological drama- Gali Guleiyan did just that last year! Read more

Dominique Dubosc’s PALESTINE REMEMBERED screened at MIFF 2018

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By  Stephen Fernandes Mobile: 9820707327  Email: stevfern@gmail.com

Delegates at MIFF 2018 were fortunate to see Dominique Dubosc’s PALESTINE REMEMBERED

In July 2002, the illustrator Daniel Maja is invited to Ramallah and Gaza to develop a project for art schools in Palestine, despite the fact that most West Bank cities are under curfew at the time.Dominique Dubosc, the filmmaker, decides to accompany him.The film develops according to their two gazes, which play one against the other, or with the other, in two mediums, throughout the journey. Read more