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NFDC unveils the 20 films to be screened at Film Bazaar

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NEW DELHI: The Film Bazaar, a part of 44th International Film Festival organised by NFDC will showcase twenty Indian and Bangladeshi feature and non-feature films in the Market Recommendation section.

Market Recommendations showcase select films looking for gap finance, distribution partners and world sales.

While The Film Bazaar will be held from 20 to 24 November at Marriott Resort alongside IFFI (International Film Festival of India) that will go on from 20 November to 30 November.

The “Film Bazaar Recommends” Attihannu Mattu Kanaja (Fig Fruit and The Wasps) directed by M S Prakash Babu, Chaurya (Theft) directed by Sameer Patil, Chikka Putta

(Small Things, Big Things) directed by Saumyananda Sahi, Coffee Bloom directed by Manu Warrier, It’s not about the Cycle directed by Achyutanand Dwivedi, Jai Ho - A Film On A R Rahman directed by Umesh Aggarwal, Jayjaykar (Triumph of Life) directed by Shantanu Ganesh Rode, Kutchi Vahan Pani Wala (From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf) directed by Shaina Anand and Ashok Sukumaran, Lajwanti (The Honor Keeper) directed by Pushpender Singh, M Cream directed by Agneya Singh, Margarita, With A Straw directed by Shonali Bose, Mrs. Scooter directed by Shiladitya Moulik, Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi by Sameer Thahir, Rangbhoomi by Kamal Swaroop, That Sinking Feeling by Nandan Saxena, Titli by Kanu Behl, Under Construction by Rubaiyat Hossain, Vees Mhanje Vees (Twenty Means Twenty) by Uday Bhandarkar, Yahaan Sab ki Lagi Hai (Everybody Gets Screwed Here) by Satavisha Bose & Cyrus Khambata, Zinda Bhaag by Meenu and Farjad.

In the meanwhile, NFDC has also announced five projects of its Work-In-Progress Lab programme, of which four are part of the Market Recommendations. The Work-in-Progress Lab gives five filmmakers a chance to have their rough-cut feature length films viewed by a panel of international advisors who have a one-on-one discussion with the filmmaker with an intention to help the filmmaker achieve an accomplished final cut of the film.

Apart from Titli, Margarita, With A Straw, Attihannu Mattu Kanaja, and the Bangladeshi Under Construction, the other finalist in the Lab is Killa by director Avinash Arun in Marathi.

Of the above, Kanu Behl’s Titli produced by Dibakar Banerjee was a part of the sixth edition of NFDC Film Bazaar’s Screenwriters’ Lab and Co-production Market 2012. Yash Raj Films came on board later as a co-producer of the film.

The mentors of the lab this year are: Rome Film Festival artistic director Marco Mueller; British Film Critic and Historian Derek Malcolm; chairman of ADEF and Rezo Films Laurent Danielou;  and acclaimed producer and script consultant Philippa Campbell.

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