On May 2, a day before the National Film Awards ceremony, 11 filmmakers will gather at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi to demand for special screening spaces for independent films. These filmmakers are part of the ‘save indie cinema’ campaign started on Change.org by 62 filmmakers led by director Onir. 60th National Film […]
Superstar Amitabh Bachchan and filmmaker Yash Chopra will be honored at the Indian film festival of Melbourne (IFFM) that opens on May 3 with a screening of the silent film Raja Harishchandra. Yash Chopra’s wife Pamela Chopra will accept a lifetime achievement award for her late husband and will open the newly renovated cinema at […]
Ajay Bahl’s B.A. Pass won the Audience Award at the maiden edition of the South Asian Alternative Film Festival (SAAFF) in France.
Paris will host a new festival for South Asian films that will screen films from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Nepal.
A delegation of independent filmmakers represented by Onir, Anusha Rizvi and Shonali Bose will meet the Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari today with the “Save Indie Cinema” Petition jointly filled by 45 award winning film makers and signed by about 10,000 people.
16 Indie filmmakers from across the country (13 of them national award winners) have joined hands to submit a petition to the Information and Broadcasting minister
We discover a new flaw everyday. And we are going through the fire to get purified; purify our story and cleanse our presentation skills.
We got feedback from our assigned mentors and fellow participants after an in-depth narration of our stories in front them. Now, it is time to develop our story line according to their suggestions.
If there is any seed of the precious metal in our concepts – metaphorically speaking at least – let the fireworks in the Green Screen Lab make them shine to the level of excellence.
Onir and Sanjay Suri, who recently won two national awards for their crowd-funded film I Am have turned to crowd funding again for their upcoming project Chauranga, to be directed by Bikas Mishra. Chauranga, a fictional account of six days in a dark corner of India, tells the story of class oppression in rural India. This project was […]