Rare Films Shown At 2nd Global Festival of Documentary Films

on Nov 28, 2009 , 12:50 am
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International Film And Television Club {IFTC} a wing of Marwah Studios- a creative enterprises organized 2nd Global Festival Of Documentary Films from 20th to 22nd November 2009. This three days festival showcased some of the most outstanding, critically acclaimed and awarded films across the World.
The list of films included THE GARDEN directed by Scott Hamilton Kennedy, SUPER MAN OF MALEGAON directed by Ahmed Khan, WE ARE TOGETHER directed by Paul Taylor, FOR LOVE OF WATER directed by Irena Salina, MORALITY TV AUR LOVING JIHAD-EK MANOHAR KAHANI directed by Paromita Vohra, SMILE PINKY directed by Megan Mylan, WORK IN PROGRESS directed by Krishnendu Bose, ANDHERI directed by Sushrut Jain, TEXTURE OF OUR SOUL directed by Deepak Gera, FLOATING LAMP OF THE SHADOW VALLEY directed by Rajesh S.Jala, BEGINNING FILMMAKING directed by Rosenblatt, THE FORGOTTEN WOMAN directed by Dilip Mehta, HARISHCHANDRACHI FACTOR directed by Paresh Mokashi and ROUGH AUNTIES directed by Kim Longinotto.
The second segment was for short films. More than 90 films have been received from 27 countries in the competition. Three best films have been awarded with Rs 50000/- prize."We had footfall of more than 3000 people in three days which has not only made the event successful but encouraged us to start preparing for the festval for 2010." said Sandeep Marwah, Festival President."I am thankful to my all teams of AAFT,ASMS,ABS and AAFT School of Graphics and Animation for their sincere efforts." added Marwah.
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