The three-day Nasik Film Festival is schedule to begin
on 23 March. This year, the festival is dedicated to
Dadasaheb Phalke, father of the Indian cinema.
event boasts of a line-up of events that include documentaries,
award winning short films, workshops, competitions,
intellectual discussions combined with wine appreciation
workshops, visiting vineyards and attending wine and
festival, now in its fourth year, is supported by Government
of Maharashtra and Film Division of India.
will also include screenings from the European Film
Academy's award winning package, French films by the
Alliance de Francaise and poetic documentaries from
the Baltic region of Europe.
festival will also see conversations with personalities
like Shyam Benegal, Sudhir Mishra, Prahlad Kakkar,
VG Samant and Javed Jafferi, on animation films, art
of stills, adapting to changing audience and others.
festival will also conduct a first of a kind workshop
by the Indian Documentary Foundation, wherein 16 participants,
divided in teams, will produce a documentary on their
perspective of Nasik city in four days.
documentary filmmaker from Lithuania, Audrius Stonys,
will guide them through the schedule from ideation
Nasik film festival will honour Manoj Kumar with the
Lifetime Achievement Award. Three films of Dev Anand
will be screened in the retrospective section.
The festival will unveil the 'First Look' of Pahlaj