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A Signature film was produced by Crosscut films for Suchitra Film Society for the 5th edition of Bangalore International Short Film Festival. Concept, Direction, Editing & VFX - Bharath MC Cinematography - Giridhar Divan Music Score - Aparajith Sris Assistant Directors - Mujeer Pasha, Pradeep B Reddy Starring - Manasa Raj Equipment - Bookmylens http://www.bisff.in http://www.crosscutfilms.in
Entries are open for International Short Film Festival Bangalore (ISFFB)-2017, Karnataka. Interested Participants are requested to send Short Films for festival competition and Screening. For details visit www.isffh.com or Visit https://www.facebook.com/isffhfilmfestival/
We are happy to announce that Entries are open for International Short Film Festival Bangalore (ISFFB)-2017, Karnataka (India). Interested Participants are requested to send Short Films for festival competition and Screening. For details visit www.isffh.com or Visit https://www.facebook.com/isffhfilmfestival/
This ethnography is made up of brief portraits of a few of the families who live in this slum and explores their personal lives as well as their relationship with the city. Director - PANKAJ H GUPTA; Producer & Commissioning Editor - RAJIV MEHROTRA, PSBT Pankaj divides his time between making documentaries and advising multilateral agencies on rural poverty alleviation. He has worked on a number of community videos, advocacy films, factual series for television and documentaries. He has a Master’s in Sustainable Development from Staffordshire University, has been a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Social and Economic Change, a Commonwealth scholar and his work has been published in scholarly and popular journals. Rajiv Mehrotra, is an independent filmmaker and Managing Trustee of PSB...
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BIFFES 2017 All you need to know about the Bangalore International Film Festival 2017. Reviews of movies: THE LAST MURAL review - Chitrokar review Director - Saibal Mitra LADY OF THE LAKE review - Loktak Lairembee review Director - Haobam Paban Kumar Movies to Watch out for:
About 140 films from 45 to 50 countries would be screened at this year's Bangalore International Film Festival (BIFFES),which got off to an exuberant start on Thursday, with hundreds of cine buffs thronging the venue for inaugural event Kamal Hassan was the cynosure of all.
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Purple Skies weaves together stories of pain, trauma, hope and happiness of lesbian, bisexual and trans (LBT) persons to offer an evocative, endearing tapestry of contemporary Indian LBT lives - sometimes sad, sometimes anguished, sometimes dreamy and often humorous. Directed by SRIDHAR RANGAYAN; Producer & Commissioning Editor - RAJIV MEHROTRA, PSBT • 38Frameline San Francisco International Film Festival • Everybody’s Perfect, Geneva, Switzerland • Kashish Mumbai International Film Festival, Mumbai • GAZE International Film Festival, Dublin • Chicago Film Festival • Prague Film Festival • Romania Film Night International Film Festival • Seattle Film Festival, USA • Q! Film Festival, Indonesia • North Carolina Film Festival • DIALOGUES: Calcutta International Festival • Florence Quee...
The Short film Avasara is about traffic rules. Love story and Traffic rules are compared in film. The short film Avasara list some of the basic traffic rules which we should follow for our own safety. Never drive Under the influence of Alcohol. Wear Seat Belts No U-turn . Don't go in one way Do not speed Never use mobile phones while driving Wear helmets Don't use High beam light Don't Honk Give way for ambulance first.