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NFDC unveils 23 projects for Film Bazaar at IFFI 2011

By NewsDesk • Published on November 15, 2011

National Film Development Corporation (NFDC) unveiled the 23 projects that will participate at the co-production market at Film Bazaar to be held during the International Film Festival of India 2011 in Goa.

It includes Ketan Mehta’s Noor-The Princess Spy and Dibakar Banerjee’s The Boy and the Bandit.

Apple Tower; dir. Rajiv Mohite [India]
Trial (Azmaish); dir. Sabiha Sumar [Pakistan]
Burqa Boxers; dir. Alka Raghuram [US]
Four Colours (Chauranga); dir. Bikas Mishra [India]
The Bicycle (Cycle); dir. Khanjan Kishore Nath [India]
Diary of a Housewife; dir. Rubaiyat Hossain [Bangladesh]
Druk Gi Suung; dir. Ugyen Wangdi [Bhutan]
Free Fall; dir. Sopan Muller [India]
The Vegetarian (Il Vegetariano); dir. Roberto San Pirtro [Italy]
Kumari; dir. Tsering Rhitar Sherpa [Nepal]
Liar’s Dice; dir. Geetu Mohan Das [India]
I’m A Bhopali Aren’t I? (Main Bhopali Hun Na!); dir. Jay Bajaj
Mea Culpa; dir. Prasanna Jayakody & Sumudu Guruge [Sri Lanka]
Gun (Nongmei); dir. Haobam Paban Kumar [India]
Noor – The Princess Spy; dir. Ketan Mehta [India]
Scarlet Poppy; dir. Peter Bussian [Afghanistan]
The Night (Shab); dir. Onir [India]
Stranger Across The Sea; dir. Sangeeta Datta [UK]
The Boy And The Bandit; dir. Dibakar Banerjee [India]
The Pollutant; dir. Prakash Belawadi (Sweden)
There Are No Strangers Here; dir. TBC [US]
Tigers; dir. Danis Tanovic [France]
What’s Your Religion? (Tuhya Dharm Konchya); dir. Satish Manwar [India]

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