Veteran actor, Vikram Gokhale believes in controlling film budgets, opining that due astronomical budgets, serious filmmakers do not get a chance to make films.Read More »
“My film ‘Taryanche Bait’, literally meaning island of the stars, is a modern day fable speaking about values, which have been lost over the years,” said Kiran Yadnyopavit,Read More »
By Sachin Chatte
Day 6, as expected, turned out to be the best day at IFFI as far as movies were concerned. There was a drought of good films the last couple of days, as they say when it rains, it pours, and all the five films turned out to be pretty good.
BY PURVI RADIA | NT BUZZ
“Producers make the same kind of movies every time. It always has the three elements sex, dance and song. If we make films like ‘3 idiot’, we won’t require these elements,” said Omi Vaidya of 3 Idiots fame.
Producers from India and Poland will sign an Audio-Visual Co-operation treaty early next year. This was announced by the Polish ambassador, Professor Piotr Klodkowski at a media interaction at the ongoing 42nd IFFI. He informed, “We have finished discussions and the agreement is almost ready.”Read More »
By RAMNATH N PAI RAIKAR | NT NETWORK
‘Sara Aakash’, ‘Piya ka Ghar’, ‘Rajnigandha’, ‘Chhoti si Baat’, ‘Chitchor’, ‘Khatta Meetha’, ‘Priyatama’, ‘Swami’, ‘Baaton Baaton Mein’, ‘Shaukeen’…
BY ARTI DAS | NT BUZZ
The opening film of the 42nd IFFI was the Portuguese film ‘The Consul of Bordeaux’. Speaking to the media, the director of the film Francisco Manso said that given an opportunity he would like to make a film on the erstwhile colonial rule in Goa.
Preeti Jhangiani, who made her Hindi film debut with Shah Rukh Khan in the Bollywood flick ‘Mohabattein’, has turned producer with the film ‘‘Sahi Dhandhe Galat Bande’ said that for her films are about entertainment. She was speaking to the media at the 42nd IFFI.Read More »
Film Researcher, Ketan Dewan believes that corruption is ‘the topic’, which could make for a strong film theme. He was here at the 42nd IFFI to share his experience on film research.Read More »
In cinema you never stop learning, said filmmaker V K Prakash. He was speaking at the Master Class that was held at the 42nd International Film Festival.Read More »