Quantcast
Features & Opinion

Indian docu receives Busan’s Asian Network of Documentary Fund 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on July 3, 2012

Footprint in the Desert still

Indian documentary “Footprints in the Desert” will receive the Asian Network of Documentary Fund, of the Busan International Film Festival.

The selections of the Asian Cinema Fund 2012 are out today.

“Footprints in the Desert” to be directed by Balaka Ghosh and produced by Kumud Ranjan teIls human stories from India and Pakistan Border in Rajasthan through the footprints in the desert.

The other Asian Projects selected for Asian Network of Documentary Fund are: STEPANYAN’s (Lebanon) “Embers”, “Shahrzaad’s Tale” by Shahin PARHAMI (Iran, Canada) “SELECTION: Who will be a Gurkha?” by Kesang Tseten LAMA (Nepal), “Stone Town” by GUO Jing and KE Dingding (China), “We State, A Forsaken People” (China, Myanmar), and “Fluid Boundaries” (South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia).

The Asian projects which will receive Script Development Fund are: “30 Days with Me” by Babak AMINI (Iran), “Lian-Qing, a Burmese Girl” by Midi Z (Myanmar), “Lenin?!” by Marat ALYKULOV (Kyrgyzstan) and Ekachai UEKRONGTHAM’s “Bare” (Thailand).

Post-production Fund will be awarded to 6 projects:  “The Gardener” directed by Mohsen MAKHMALBAF, Mostofa Sarwar FAROOKI’s “Television”, “Under the Cherry Trees in Full Bloom” by FUNAHASHI Atsushi and Korean projects “Jiseul” by O MUEL, Mai Ratima” by YOO Ji-Tae.

Tagged with: , , ,

Did you like reading this article?

Get DearCinema in your Inbox

Or grab the RSS feed!

Editor's Pick

Call for Entry: 45th International Film Festival of India (IFFI)
The 45th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), to be held from 20 ...
New grant launched for Indian women documentary filmmakers
The Indian Documentary Foundation announced a new fund for Indian women documentary ...
Nisha Pahuja on why she couldn’t have guessed the response to “The World Before Her”
"The World Before Her" director writes about releasing the film in India and the ...
Why Bengal needs to get over Satyajit Ray
A day will come when the Ray references will be exhausted, and then there will be ...

Join the discussion

Comments are closed.