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Green Screen Lab announces 15 selected participants for 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on July 31, 2012

The Green Screen Lab to be held from August 10-20, 2012 in KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha has announced 15 selected participants.

The three participants to be recommended by the Children’s Film Society of India (CFSI) will be announced shortly.

In the Lab, there will be intensive group and one to one sessions with Lab mentors, a resident ensemble of Indian actors and experienced directors, advice on international children’s film production, marketing and distribution from visiting guest industry mentors from India and Europe and screenings and discussions of international prize-winning family films.

Six months further support from mentors, after the residential Lab, will be provided via e-mail and skype, including training for writers and producers to pitch projects to potential producers in India and in Europe.

Further development funding will be awarded to selected projects, which may include support to attend international pitching events; eg. to producers in the UK hosted by Creative England and at European children’s film festivals such as Cinekid in The Netherlands.

List of selected participants:

Adhiraj Singh: Forgot About Mina

Anusha Nandakumar & Sandeep Saket: Mountain by the Roadside

Bassanti Pathak: Pincha My Talking Dog

Bhaskarjyoti Das: The Puppet Theatre

Dominic Megam Sangma: My Mother’s Dream

Gaurav Saxena:                Rangzen

Jyoti Nisha: KahaniChamkiAurCheeku Ki

Reema Borah: Yeh Jo Hara Hai

Reema Sengupta: Kayko

Romi Meitei: My Home

Shazia Khan: Sabiha

Soumendra Padhi: Time to Run

Sudipto Sen: Amatali

Utpal Borpujari:  Ishu

Vijay Rajan Singh: A Roadside Dream

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