Quantcast
News

Nainital to host DOK Leipzig Lake Festival from March 7

By NewsDesk • Published on March 6, 2013
Still from Flood of Memory

Still from Flood of Memory

DOK Leipzig, one of the oldest documentary film festivals in the world is coming to the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand, India from March 7 – 11, 2013. The DOK Leipzig Lake Festival will present 19 German and international documentaries curated by DOK Leipzig.

The festival will be held in Lake Resort, Naukuchiatal, Nainital and will offer uninterrupted viewing of 15 films over five days without any parallel events.

Flood of Memory, an India – UK production, directed by Indian book illustrator and animation film director, Anitha Balachandran will also be screened at the festival.

The festival is being organized by Indian not-for-profit organisation Formedia.

The registration fee differs for outsiders and residents of Uttarakhand.

Outsiders:

Single person: Rs. 5,000

Single person with spouse: Rs. 8,000

Group (five or more): Rs. 4,000 per person

Single person for university / film school students: Rs. 2,500

Group registration for university media course / film school students (five or more persons): Rs. 2,000 per person

Press : Rs. 4,000

From Uttarakhand

Single accreditation: Rs. 3,500

Single person with spouse: Rs. 5,000

Group registration for organisations (five or more persons): Rs. 2,500 per person

Single registyration for university / film school students: Rs. 1,750

Group registration for university media course / film school students (five or more persons): Rs. 1,500 per person

See here for registration form.

Tagged with: , , , , ,

Did you like reading this article?

Get DearCinema in your Inbox

Or grab the RSS feed!

Editor's Pick

Call for Entry: 45th International Film Festival of India (IFFI)
The 45th edition of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI), to be held from 20 ...
New grant launched for Indian women documentary filmmakers
The Indian Documentary Foundation announced a new fund for Indian women documentary ...
Nisha Pahuja on why she couldn’t have guessed the response to “The World Before Her”
"The World Before Her" director writes about releasing the film in India and the ...
Why Bengal needs to get over Satyajit Ray
A day will come when the Ray references will be exhausted, and then there will be ...

Join the discussion

Comments are closed.