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Indian Project Selected for Global Film Initiative Grant

By NewsDesk • Published on April 1, 2010

Indian director Ashim Ahluwalia’s feature film project “Miss Lovely” has been selected for production funding during winter granting cycle of the Global Film Initiative.

Ahluwalia’s project is one of the five projects selected from 68 applicants from 34 countries.

The grant is meant to be utilized for post production such as laboratory, sound mixing and advanced post production requirements. Projects are selected on the basis of their artistic merit.

Here is the complete list of selected projects:

Miss Lovely (India) by Ashim Ahluwalia

Ninah s Dowry (Cameroon) by Victor Viyuoh

Red Princesses (Princesas Rojas) (Costa Rica) by Laura Astorga Carrera

Shadows And Faces (Golgeler Ve Suretler), (Turkey) by Dervis Zaim

Tramp (Trampas) (Mexico) by Eduardo Villanueva Jimenez.

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3 Responses to “Indian Project Selected for Global Film Initiative Grant”

  1. silverscreen says:

    this is the from the director of cult doc john & jane.. would love to know more. is there any info on this film?

     

  2. Nandita Dutta says:

    @ silverscreen: We are trying to bring our readers more info on the director and the film soon.

  3. Bishakha Narsai says:

    @ Nandita. thanks for the interview on Miss Lovely with Ashim Ahluwalia. Great read! I commented on it there as well.

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