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Confessions of an artist

BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ
Actor Adil Hussian, who became a household name with films like ‘English-Vinglish’ and ‘Ishqiya’ believes that cinema is that form of art which elevates life and therefore there is all the more reason it should not get trapped in commerce.
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A canvass of film; a story of life

“Films cannot bring about the kind of change leaders like Gandhi or Ambedkar brought about,” stated filmmaker, Nagraj Manjule whose Marathi film ‘Fandry’ is part of the Indian Panorama at the 44th International Film Festival of India. 
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A Ship, Love and Closed Doors

BY SACHIN CHATTE
As it has been observed over the years, weekends have the maximum participation and even though physically numbers are not that apparent at the venue, inside the auditorium virtually all foreign and some selective Indian films run full house.
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Reincarnation of Films Division

By Ramnath N Pai Raikar | NT NETWORK
“Times have changed, and naturally the Films Division of India felt the need to reinvent itself, redefining its role and tasks,” said the director general of Films Division, V S Kundu, stating that till date the Films Division had been acting like a bridge between the country and its people, producing news reels and documentaries mainly on political, social and cultural aspects of India.
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Being Politically Correct

By Sachin Chatte
Her latest film Burning Bush is a mini series by HBO which was also screened at the festival. The title is a Biblical reference and the story is inspired by the self-immolation of Czech student Jan Palach. The film has been very well received by audiences around the world.
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Yeh toh Kamal ho gaya

By Ramnath N Pai Raikar | NT NETWORK
Natya Shastra, the ancient Indian treatise on the performing arts, encompassing theatre, dance and music was written by Bharat Muni several centuries back.
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No ‘Rainy Day’ this winter!

By Ramnath N Pai Raikar | NT NETWORK
The Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) received a jerk on the third day of the International Film Festival of India 2013, when Goan producer Rajendra Talak refused to screen his latest Marathi film ‘A Rainy Day’ under the ‘Special Screening – Goan Film’ section,
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Of Mothers, Kids and Clay Figurines

BY SACHIN CHATTE
The crowds have started swarming in at the International Film Festival of India. On Thursday itself, a couple of shows were packed to capacity, for The German Doctor and later in the night for Transit, every seat of INOX I that has a maximum capacity of 520,
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