NFDC Film Bazaar announces co-production market projects 2013

By NewsDesk • Published on October 22, 2013

Film bazar 2013NFDC Film Bazaar has announced 28 selected projects for co-production market 2013. The seventh edition of Film Bazaar will take place from 21 – 24 November, 2013 in Goa.

Every year, the Co-Production Market invites a select number of directors and producers to present their projects to international producers, distributors, sales agents, funding representatives and other financial partners from across the world.


Sr. no. Project Name Applicant Name
1 28-Sri Prasanna Jayakody
2 Dawaat Nama Sabiha Sumar
3 Homestay Blues Miriam Chandy Menacherry
4 Pac-Man Anirban Datta
5 Incredible Piotr Trzaskalski
6 Scorpion’s Song Anup Singh
7 When Mirza Comes Back Kamal K.M. Karamattathil
8 Warm Bread & the Nipple’s Circle Roya Sadat
9 Son of India Robert Mullan
10 Circle of Fire Arnab Chaudhuri
11 Amok Valeria Sarmiento
12 Malabar Court Niara Modi
13 Oont
(The Camel Ride)
Gaganvihari Borate
14 Taramandal
Rohit Pandey
15 Roads to Freedom Shyam Benegal
16 Lipstick Under My Burkha Alankrita Shrivastava
17 Bhiwani Mahendra Jakhar
18 The Watchmaker Must Die Again Jogavindra S. Khera
19 Highway Umesh Vinayak Kulkarni
20 A Holy Fire Govind Nihalani
21 Wild Fire Bikas Mishra
22 Varenya Shripriya Mahesh
23 Chingari Rajesh Jala
24 Dainik Nikhil Mahajan
25 Kaalapani Bela Negi
26 Maa Bhagwatiya Coaching Class Varun Grover
27 My Brother the Salesman and I Shanker Raman
28 T se TajMahal Ashish Aryan


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