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The Bulletin Board ANNOUNCEMENTS / CALL FOR ENTRIES recommended by BE ON IT!         NYC Indie Film Fest April 27 to May 1, 2016! Earlybird Deadline November 30, 2015 NYC Independent Film Festival is a celebration of the true independent filmmaker...

Retrospective on Shashi Kapoor at the 46th IFFI Goa

 In Goa, for a retro on his actor father, Shashi Kapoor, Kunal recollects his childhood experiences of attending past IFFIs with his dad and their house in Goa.( Shashi had two other children with Jennifer Kendall: the elder Karan now lives in the UK, daughter Sanjana has moved on from running the Prithvi Theatre to a new travelling theatre project,Junoon) Kunal has taken over Prithvi and points out that it is "a catalyst and does not put up shows of its own."   The d...

Reels are more long-lasting says Milt Shefter of the Writer’s Guild of America & member of the Academy Awards at 46th IFFI Goa

Milt Shefter, an associate of the prestigious Writer’s Guild of America and a member of the Academy Awards (Oscars) believes India does not need digital preservation as reels are more long-lasting than digital and digital guarantees less preservation space than reels.   (He also prefers the nitrate print of Casablanca to  the new version since it has a more intense print.)   ...

46th IFFI screening ‘Pakaram’ by Shankar Debnath revolves round the painterly life

  ‘Pakaram’  a film by Shankar Debnath revolves around the life of a painter. The central character is a 10 year old boy named Tapu.  Says Debnath:  “ If a man takes hold of every moment he experiences, he can go anywhere with great success and belief  in his heart”. Debnath is a script and fiction writer who is passionate about  art, the reason he made this film.    ...

Bengali film ‘Sohra Bridge’ directed by the late Bappaditya Bandopadhyay conjures magical reality

‘Sohra Bridge’ directed by the late Bappaditya Bandopadhyay is Bengali film  which tells the story of a daughter who embarks on a journey,  across the remote expanses of north east India, looking for her father. She finds herself  drawn  towards a complex labyrinth of memory and imagination . Drawing from local folklores and the history of violent  sectarian politics  of the north east, poetry and actually, the film conjures  magic realism wh...

In ‘I Cannot Give You My Forest’ Oriya tribals demonstrate their symbiotic relationship with the forest

In ‘I Cannot Give You My Forest’, Kondh adivasis from Rayagada in Orissa simply but powerfully demonstrate their symbiotic relationship with the forest, which is a rich source of nutrition for them. Screend at the ongoing 46th IFFI in Goa, the 30-minute documentary directed by Nandan and Kavita emphasises the need to preserve India’s forests from commercial exploitation, and is the latest attempt by the filmmakers to throw a light on the fragile state of India’s nation...

Check these partner festivals calling November 27 onwards

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A look back at the Festival circuit this week Newsletter 703 -

This weekly newsletter reaches 203 000  subscribers. Follow us on the social networks                      Read this online I Promote Film to Festivals I Promote Festivals to Filmmakers I Email us I Advertize in our Newsletters and eBlasts I was established in 1995, over the years we became the premier link between fil...

The Kids Honored at Hawai Fest with Netpac Award

Earlier this evening, the 35th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival announced the NETPAC award winner, THE KIDS (Taiwan 2015), by Sunny Yu in her directorial debut. The NETPAC award is presented annually at international film festivals in Berlin, Cannes, Venice, Rotterdam, Pusan, Singapore, Taiwan, Yamagata, Amiens and Hawaii. HIFF is the only film festival in North America to present the NETPAC award.   This year, the NETPAC award was presented by NETPAC Jurors: Wong Tuck Cheong (Fi...

The Stockholm 2015 Audience Award goes to Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s film Mustang

  The Stockholm International Film Festival’s audience has spoken. Together they have voted Mustang by Deniz Gamze Ergüven to win the Audience Award. Every year, the Stockholm Film Festival lets the audience choose their favourite film. This year’s Audience Award goes to Deniz Gamze Ergüven’s Mustang. Mustang was also awarded with an Aluminium Horse for Best Script, written by Alice Winocour, director of Maryland, and Deniz Gamze Ergüven. The Audienc...