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9 Indian projects selected for Indo-German Script Development Workshop in Berlin

By NewsDesk • Published on February 4, 2012

Nine Indian screenwriters are heading to Berlin with their projects for the Indo-German Script Development Workshop to be held from February 5-9,2012.

This workshop is an initiative by Life Entertainment, Germany & MAMI (Mumbai Academy of Moving Images), India.  The nine projects were selected from 100 submissions received. They contain an Indo-German cultural conflict or a local Indian story which might connect to a German Audience.

In September 2012, a jury will choose the best projects; those then will be awarded at the 14th Mumbai Film Festival in October 2012.

The nine projects are:

‘Holy Hair’ by Monika Sandmann (Drama/Comedy),

‘Learning To Fly’ by Sonia Bahl (Drama, Sport),

‘The Hanged Man’ by Megha Subramanian  (Romantic Comedy),

‘Runaway’ by Neleesha Barthel (Coming of age),

‘Joe’ by  Suvrata Nasnodkar (Drama),

‘Madame Raggae’ by Vinoo Choliparambil (Drama),

‘A Fine Line’ by Pooja Shivdasani ( Drama),

‘Ghosts Of India’ by Lena Vurma (Mystery/Romance) and

‘Shadhi Wadhi’ by Karl Philip Lohmann (Comedy/Road Movie)

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