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“Mumbai Cha Raja” director selected for Toronto Talent Lab 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on August 9, 2012

Toronto International Film Festival 2012Indian independent filmmaket Manjeet Singh has been selected for the Toronto Talent Lab 2012 to be held alongside the Toronto International Film Festival.

Now in its ninth year, Talent Lab is an intensive four-day artistic development programme. Talent Lab leads participants in group discussions on a range of topics focused on the artistic side of filmmaking.

Talent Lab is led by four governors who mentor the participants, guiding them through the sessions with guest speakers. Two of this year’s confirmed governors include producer Stephen Woolley (Great ExpectationsThe Crying GameInterview with a Vampire) and documentary filmmaker Jennifer Baichwal (Manufactured LandscapesAct of God).

Manjeet Singh’s  debut feature Mumbai Cha Raja (The King of Mumbai) will screen in the City to City program of the festival.

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