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Reliving the Holocaust

Film: ‘Calm at Sea’ (Das Meer am Morgen), Cast: Ulrich Matthes, Léo-Paul Salmain, Director: Volker Schlondorff, Duration: 90 min, Showing at:  Inox Screen IV, Nov 29, 7.45 p.m.

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MPT coal import stoppage hits local consuming industries

PANAJI: With the Goa State Pollution Control Board (GSPCB) yet to give its consent to Mormugao Port Trust (MPT) for operating berth 10 and 11, the scenario looks bleak for coal consuming industries in the state.

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‘Acting is never an easy process’

Sarita Joshi, a familiar face on stage, television and also cinema, believes that her first love is theatre. In a candid chat with NT BUZZ she speaks about her movie, ‘Gangoobai’, which is being screened at 43rd IFFI Goa, and why acting is never an easy process

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The Jury Is Out

"Juries are friendlier and more open now but there was a time when it was East v/s West and jury members would want films from their region to win."

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Buddha is the model of change

BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ

Dravid Grubin, a documentary filmmaker from USA has made over 100 films, ranging from history to art and from poetry to science. He explores these subjects through his visual language. His documentary on Buddha titled, ‘Buddha’ which is being screened in the ‘Soul of Asia’ section of 43rd IFFI Goa is such one example.

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IDPA ropes in Bollywood stars to boost the documentary movement

NT NETWORK

With an objective to provide a boost to the documentary/ short film movement in the country, megastar Amitabh Bachchan and Bollywood heartthrob, John Abraham will join hands with the president of the Indian Documentary Producers Association (IDPA) and noted documentary filmmaker, Mike Pandey, for his 90-minute, feature-length documentary, ‘The Return of the Tiger’, to be released in theatres around the country.

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Foreign filmmakers plan to shoot in Goa

"Not many are aware of the Entertainment Society of Goa (ESG) single window concept for obtaining the no objection certificate (NOC) for film shooting in Goa," said the German consultant of Indian origin

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ESG to institute awards named after Goan achievers

The ESG vice chairman also said that the ESG and Tiatr Akademi of Goa will hold a unique programme wherein students of Goa Art College would draw sketches eminent tiatr artists over the years along the Campal promenade, on November 28 from 6.30 p. m to 10 p. m.

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IFFI Diary day 8

By Sachin Chatte

In day 7 of the festival, even though there large crowds were not visible, inside the auditorium crowds were pretty much visible. Some of the screenings started at 8 am (Sholay was screened on that Monday, that early) and the last film was at 10 pm. Most of the outstation delegates though give a miss to the late evening shows and prefer to make the best of their trip to Goa by enjoying some nightlife.

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IFFI Diary – Day 7

By Sachin Chatte
Day 6 of the screenings started with Holy Motors directed by the Frenchman Leos Carax, who made his first full length feature after more than a decade.

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