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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
EPISODE 01 : BENGALURU QUEENS Like/Share/Subscribe/Comment PRESENTS : S2 HOMES SPONSORED BY : INCAA STUDIO CO- SPONSORED BY : BANGALORE COTTON / LOUIS BAGS Directed by : Anish Artist : Adhvithi shetty/Sushmitha gowda/Chaitra J Achar/Salman Music : B.Ajaneesh Loknath D.O.P : Srinivas Venakotha Editor : Srikanth Ex.Producer : Sharath Gowda Co.Director : K. SRI Associate Director : Sameera Simha Assistant Director : T.Raju / Jayanth Gowda Making & Stills : Sushas D Krishna
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/
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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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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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/
H N Narahari Rao, Art Director, Bangalore International Film Festival, 5th Bangalore International Film Festival, Bangalore, Karnataka. The 5th Bangalore International Film Festival will begin on 20th December, 2012 in the city. The eight day long festival will be inaugurated by Chief Minister of Karnataka Jagadish Shettar at the JnanaJyothi Auditorium Bangalore. The Opening film will be KAUWBOY, a Netherland film (2012), directed by Bouwdewjin. The 5th BIFFES will be concluded by the famous movie THE CLOWN, (2011), a Brazilian film directed by Selton Mello. On the evening of December 21, 2012.
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Bangalore film fest is one of a kind experience where 400 movies from around the globe are previewed,re-live cinema and its glorious history once again from the 2nd-9th of February 2017 . copyrights owned by:government of Karnataka official website : www.biff.com
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.
A short animation festival film for 2016
The sixth edition of the Bangalore Queer film festival is round the corner and the queer community is gearing up for the event and how? Well social Tuesdays is one such initiative to raise funds for the Bangalore QUEER FILM FESTIVAL. 50 percent of the funds raised from the event will go into organizing the film festival that is going into its sixth edition. The initiative hopes to organise weekly events that will raise funds for various social movements across the country, The Festival of Free Love hopes to give Queer Artists from cities and towns across India, a friendly platform to share their talent with the world around them. The artists were not necessarily from the community but the allies and supporters of the community. For more news and updates, visit us at: http://www.youtube.co...
Suli movie team talking about the movie in 2017 bangalore international film festival in orain mall rajajinagara.
Cast: Drehbuch, Regie, Schnitt: Pablo Callisaya Kamera: Rafael Kistler Produktion: Zürcher Hochschule der Künste / Tapir Filmatelier Cast: Dieter Stoll, Mauro Galati Festivals: - 2nd BANGALORE INTERNATIONAL FILMFESTIVAL, 2014 - 16. LANDSHUTER KURZFILMTAGE, 2016 - 4th CHANGING PERSPECTIVES INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL, ISTANBUL 2015 © Tapir Filmaterlier 2014 www.tapirfilmatelier.com
Ein Film von von Robert Hasfogel Mehr Infos unter: http://bit.ly/ykzTIq Der immer gut gelaunte Tobias und der zum Anbeißen scharfe Ernst meistern die täglichen Hochs und Tiefs ihrer glücklich-chaotischen Beziehung stets mit Bravour. Doch das plötzliche Auftauchen von Ernsts bester Freundin aus Kindheitstagen Uta - hochgradig intrigant und zudem noch Geheimagentin des israelischen Mossad - wird zur Zerreißprobe für Gefährten und Familie, bei der selbst Kampflesbe Grundel den Kürzeren zieht. Für die ungleichen Turteltauben heißt es jetzt: Alles oder Nichts! Auf Festivals frenetisch gefeiert und international mehrfach ausgezeichnet, macht dieses aberwitzige Großstadtmärchen mit Herz schlicht und einfach enorm viel Spaß. Von Ades Zabel und Andreas Kuschner als absurd-traniges Verkäuferehepaa...