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2nd Pune Short Film Festival from 29th October

By NewsDesk • Published on October 10, 2012

The 2nd edition of the Pune Short Film Festival (PSFF) will host 53 shorts from 10 countries. The festival will run from 29th October to 1st November, 2012 at the National Film Archive of India, Prabhat Road, Pune.

Entry is free on first come first served basis.

The festival will be inaugurated on 29th October at 11am by the chief guests Abhijeet Gholap, Meghraj Rajebhosale and Vikas Patil. While the prize distribution will be held on the last day at 1pm. The awards will be handed over by chief guests Rajesh Pinjani and Satish Jakatdar.

 

Some of the Indian shorts in the line up are:

Bemata by Nina Subnani

Sonyacha Amba by Govinda Raju

Pirnarambha by Mayur Kadu

Meals Ready by Nithuna Nevil

Penalty by Magesh Kolleri

 

Some of the international shorts are:

Jokeh (Squad) by Azad Mohammadi (Iran)

The Devil by Jean-Gabriel Peniot (France)

Zange Ensha (Composition Class) by Zanyar Azizi (Iran)

Breakfast by Wang Jing (Singapore)

No White by Kevork Aslanyan (U.K.)

Welcome to Codpus (Welcome to Sofia) by Petra Georgiva (Bulgaria)

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