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It's movie time in classrooms: International kids' film festival is in B'luru to bring you 100 films in a row 

A Bengaluru-based firm is hosting a film festival with the idea of reaching out to schools in rural areas, 246 schools across the country have registered already

Published on 8th November 2017
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Chennai's kids can watch films on Climate Change in their classrooms, courtesy the Science Film Fest that has come to India for the first time

The Goethe Institute/Max Mueller Bhavan is organising India's first Science Film Festival for children and all the focus is on climate change. Interested? Get in touch and screen some

Published on 7th November 2017
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A few years ago, he was a security guard. Today, Ere Gowda has penned the script of the National Award winning film Thithi

Ere Gowda's life from a security guard to a film maker is a reminder to everyone that dreams will come true

Published on 25th August 2017
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Village Rockstars, the movie by Assamese filmmaker Rima Das, took the right turn to Toronto Film Festival

This filmmaker’s second venture Village Rockstars premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and we ask her how does one leverage the most out of film festivals among other things 

Published on 20th September 2017
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Student Oscars 2016 semi-finalist Vivek R Nipani peeks behind the veil of patriarchy for his film A Story of Two Veils

Director Vivek Nilani, with his documentary, is attempting to give a voice to the voiceless women of Rajasthan and helping the society look beyond patriarchy.

Published on 21st September 2017
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Here's why Siddharth Chauhan's 'Pashi', a film that celebrates Himachal Pradesh, could be India's Oscar hope next year

Made with memories and a heart full of aspiration, Siddharth Chauhan's latest short film, Pashi might just be a shoo-in as a nominee for the Best Short Film category at the Oscars

Published on 17th August 2017
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A platform where filmmakers meet their needs

Shortfundly is a platform that connects short-film filmmakers to each other and to film festivals around the world

Published on 7th July 2017
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Aanandam's Kuppi tells us why he went from NIT Surathkal to cinema

You surely loved him in Aanandam. Vishak Nair talks about his life and his journey from engineering to acting

Published on 29th June 2017
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It's time we acknowledge the presence of Tibetans, say student producers of the award-winning documentary 'Rangzen'

The film reveals a lot of the challenges that Tibetans living in India face on a daily basis

Published on 25th June 2017
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Why Milan Siraj's short film Kambam, which is setting the college festival circuit alight, will make you never book a seedy room for a romantic getaway

Milan Siraj talks about his debut short film Kambam, which discusses rape, sex tapes and the power of extortion in a modern Indian setting riddled with age-old societal constructs

Published on 17th April 2017
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Through a series of film festivals, Chillar Party cinematographer is set to bring better change in the lives of children 

Cinematographer, filmmaker and producer Amitabha Singh is crowdfunding to organise a series of film festivals for children

Published on 7th April 2017
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Meet this feminist who is redefining stereotypes through her filmmaking community for women

Filmmaker Vaishnavi Sundar talks about her brainchild Women Making Films, a platform for female filmmakers to showcase and promote their work

Published on 24th February 2017
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Vidhu Vincent's Manhole wins the Kerala Film Award for the Best Film and Best Director: Here's why it digs up the dirt on Kerala's manual scavenging problem

Vidhu Vincent's Manhole has won a lot of critical acclaim and it has opened up a lot of debate on how manual scavenging is still a stinking problem in God's Own Country

Published on 23rd February 2017
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Anushka Ravishankar and the art of writing nonsense for children!

After novelising the movie Dhanak, author Anushka Ravishankar, the reigning queen of nonsense literature, talks about why writing for children is where it's at and how they need to keep reading

Published on 24th February 2017
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British Council launches UK India Year of Culture in London

The UK India Year of Culture is aimed to strengthen the relationship between the two countries

Published on 1st March 2017

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