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Two Indian projects selected for co-production market at Paris Film Festival

By NewsDesk • Published on June 6, 2012

Chauranga (Four Colors) by Bikas Mishra and The Fourth Direction by Gurvinder Singh have been selected to participate in ‘Paris Project’–the co-production market at Paris Cinema International Film Festival to be held in Paris from July 2-4, 2012.

Organised within the framework of the festival, Paris Project is a development and financing platform for carefully selected worldwide feature projects aimed at French and European co-production. Paris Project invites the filmmakers and producers of 14 selected projects for personalized one-to-one meetings with professionals interested in those selected projects.

The 2012 edition of Paris Project is organized in partnership with the Hong Kong International Film Festival and HAF - Asian Film Financing Forum.  Gurvinder Singh’s The Fourth Direction had won the Paris Project award at HAF - Asian Film Financing Forum.

List of the 2012 selected projects

Atomic Love by Dror Shaul / Israël

Bends by Flora Lau / Hong Kong

Flowing Stories by Jessey Tsang Tsui-shan / Hong Kong

Forever by Margarita Manda /Greece

Four Colours by Bikas Ranjan Mishra /India

Humidity by Nikola Ljuca / Serbia

I’m not an American Actress by Chiara Malta / Italy

Land by Babak Jalali /Italy,Iran

Letters from War by Ivo Ferreira /Portugal

Looking for Rohmer by Wang Chao /China

Ruined Heart! Another Love Story between a Criminal and a Whore by Khavn De La Cruz /Germany-Philippines

The Fourth Direction by Gurvinder Singh /India

The Never Born by Hector Ferreiro /Mexico,Bolivia

The Tribe by Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy /Ukraine

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