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Vipin Vijay’s project wins Incredible India Development award at Film Bazaar 2012

By NewsDesk • Published on November 25, 2012

Vipin Vijay won the Incredible India Development award for his project A Voice From Elsewhere at the 6th annual Film Bazaar which concluded in Goa on Saturday.
He was awarded a cash prize of Rs.10 lakh.

Indranil Roychowdhury won the Prasad DI Award for his film Phoring which was part of the Work in Progress Lab. Prasad Lab will sponsor the Digital Intermediate (DI) process of the project.

Cinemart Rotterdam selected four producers: Aditi Anand of Little Red Car Films, Vivek Gomber of Zoo Films, Anusha Rizvi of Third World Films, Nilesh Navlakha of Navlakha Arts and Holy Basil Combine from all sections of Film Bazaar to attend the Producers’ Lab held alongside Rotterdam International Film Festival.

NFDC Film Bazaar’s new partner; Dubai International Film Festival selected a co-production Market project, Biscuit Dour (Biscuit Race) by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki of Bangladesh for the Dubai Film Market, which is held alongside the Dubai Film Festival.

The four-day film market which was held between 21st- 24th of November 2012 at the Marriott Resort, Goa, saw participation of about 750 delegates from over 32 countries.

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