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Three Indian films to compete in 15th Shanghai International Film Festival

By NewsDesk • Published on May 26, 2012

Kshay by Karan Gour and Michael by Ribhu Dasgupta will compete for the Asian New Talent Award and Color of Sky by Dr.Biju Damodaran will compete for the Golden Goblet Award at the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival.

The Golden Goblet Award is for the main competition section of the festival. The Asian New Talent Award ‘aims at identifying the new bright lights and encouraging their creativity’.

The 15th Shanghai International Film Festival will be held from June 16-24, 2012. Founded in 1993, it is China’s only A-category international film festival accredited by the FIAPF (International Federation of Film Producers’ Association).

ASIAN NEW TALENT AWARDS 2012

Big Blue Lake; dir. Jessey TSANG [Hong Kong]

Boy’s Diary; dir. Putrama TUTA [Indonesia]

The Client; dir. SOHN Young-sung [South Korea]

Follow Follow; dir. PENG Lei [China]

I Have Loved; dirs. LAI Weijie, Elizabeth WIJAYA[Singapore/Cambodia/Malaysia]

Kshay; dir. Karan GOUR [India]

Michael; dir. Ribhu DASGUPTA [India]

Pearls of the Far East Ng?c vi?n ?ông; dir. C??ng NGÔ [Canada]

Pick the Youth; dir. Tapu CHEN [Taiwan]

Sweet Eighteen; dir. HE Wenchao [China]

GOLDEN GOBLET AWARD 2012

Chrysalis; dir. Paula ORTIZ [Spain]

Colour of Sky; dir. Bijukumar DAMODARAN [India]

Excuse Me; dir. Henrik Ruben GENZ [Denmark]

For the Love of God; dir. Micheline LANCTÔT [Canada]

I, Anna; dir. Barnaby SOUTHCOMBE [UK/Germany/France]

Isztambul; dir. Ferenc TOROK [Hungary/Holland/Ireland/Turkey]

Rat King; dir. Petri KOTWICA [Finland]

Stars Above; dir. Saara CANTELL [Finland]

The Conductor; dir. Pavel LUNGIN [Russia]

White Tiger; dir. Karen SHAKHNAZAROV [Russia]

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