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Three Indian projects selected for Asian Project Market 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on August 15, 2012

Santosh Sivan’s Ashes, Rajesh Shera’s Khuslata and Musa Syeed’s The Doctor (India/USA) have been selected for the Asian Project Market (APM) 2012 to be held alongside the Busan International Film Festival.

Thirty projects have been selected for the 2012 edition of Asian Project Market.  Formerly known as the Pusan Promotion Plan (PPP), it will take place from October 8-11, 2012.

APM is a co-production platform where promising directors and producers of Asia are given opportunities to meet with co-producers or financiers from all around the globe.

Santosh Sivan’s last film Urumi was screened at several film festivals including International Film Festival of India 2011.

Rajesh Shera’s first feature film Ocean of an Old Man was screened at Global Lens 2010, a traveling film festival organized by the Global Film Initiative.

Musa Syeed is an independent film maker and writer. His first feature film Valley of Saints competed at the 55th San Francisco International Film Festival and won the World Cinema Audience Award: Dramatic at the Sundance Film Festival 2012.

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