MUMBAI: Two Australian filmmakers Ariel Kleiman, co-writer
and director and Sarah Cyngler, co-writer of a film
titled Partisan will travel to Utah to take part in
the annual Sundance Institute's Directors and Screenwriters
is the story of an 11 year-old boy Alexander who is
raised to see the world through his parent's eyes, begins
to think for himself.
program will call on accomplished advisors, professional
actors and production crews to shoot and edit scenes
from Partisan's screenplay to help Kleiman and Cyngler
refine their ideas. The workshop, that will run for
a month from 28 May, will also include emerging filmmakers
from the US, Italy, Romania, France, Algeria, Chile
and the UK.
Kleiman's short film Young Love was screened at the
2010 Sundance Film Festival where it took an honourable
mention in short film-making.
follow-up Deeper Than Yesterday had its world premiere
at Cannes Film Festival in the Critics Week where it
won the Kodak Discovery Award for best short film and
the Petit Rail Door. The film was also awarded the Jury
Prize for in international film-making at 2011?s Sundance