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26 features and 16 non-features in Indian Panorama of 44th IFFI

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NEW DELHI: A total of 26 features and 16 non-features figure in the list of the Indian Panorama section of the next International Film Festival of India (IFFI) to be held in Panaji in Goa from 20 November.

The Panorama films also form the basis for the government to make its selections when sending films for participation in film festivals overseas.

The Jury for feature films, headed by renowned filmmaker and editor B Lenin, selected 25 films out of a total of 210 eligible entries.

Hindi film Pan Singh Tomar (Director Tigmanshu Dhulia) which won the Best Feature Film award at the recent 60th National Film awards is the 26th film of Indian Panorama, by virtue of direct entry. The nine- member jury took 21 days to finalise the selections. 

 The Non-Feature films jury chaired by well known director Raja Sen, picked 15 films out of 130 eligible entries. Kashmiri film Shepherds of Paradise (Director Raja Shabir Khan) which won the Best Non feature film award at the recent 60th National Film Awards is the 16th film of Indian Panorama by direct entry. The five member jury took nine days to finalise the selections.

The juries chose Kanyaka Talkies (Malayalam, Director K R Manoj) and Rangabhoomi (Hindi, Director Kamla Swaroop) as the opening feature and non-feature films respectively for the Indian Panorama 2013 at the 44th IFFI.

The features have six films in Malayalam, five in Hindi apart from another in Hindi and English, five in Bangla, three in Marathi, and one each in Mising, Kannada, Tamil, Oriya, and Konkani apart from one in Konkani and English.



In the non features films category, the maximum number of films selected, five are in Hindi, three in Malayalam, three in English, two in Marathi, two in Kashmiri and one in Kudukh.

The complete list of 26 Feature films that would be shown at the 44th International Film Festival of India 2013:
Sr. NO.
TITLE OF THE FILM
LANGUAGE
DIRECTOR
1
101 CHODYANGAL
MALAYALAM
SIDHARTHA SIVA
2
AJANA BATAS
BENGALI
ANJAN DAS
3
APUR PANCHALI
BENGALI
KAUSHIK GANGULI
4
ARTIST
MALAYALAM
SHAYAM PRASAD
5
ASTU
MARATHI
SUMITRA BHAVE/SUNIL SUKHTANKAR
6
BAGA BEACH
KONKANI
LAXMIKANT SHETGAONKAR
7
BHARATH STORES KANNADA P.SHESHADRI
8
CELLULOID
MALAYALAM
KAMAL
9
PHORING-DRAGONFLY
BENGALI
INDRANIL ROYCHOWHURY
10
FANDRY
MARATHI
NAGRAJ MANJULE
11
JAL
HINDI
GIRISH MALIK
12
KANYAKA TALKIES
MALAYALAM
K.R. MANOJ
13
KO:YAD
MISING
MANJU BORAH
14
KUNJANANTHANTE KADA
MALAYALAM
SALIM AHAMED
15
LISTEN AMAYA
HINDI
AVINASH KUMAR SINGH
16
MEGHE DHAKA TARA
BENGALI
KAMLESHWAR MUKHERJEE
17
SALA BUDHA
ORIYA
SABYASACHI MAHAPATRA
18
SATYANWESHI
BENGALI
RITUPARNO GHOSH
19
SHIP OF THESEUS
ENGLISH/HINDI
 
ANAND GANDHI
20
SHUTTER
MALAYALAM
JOY MATHEW
21
TAPAAL
MARATHI
LAXMAN UTEKAR
22
THE COFFIN MAKER
ENGLISH/KONKANI
VEENA BAKSHI
23
THANGAMEENGAL
TAMIL
RAM
24
BHAAG MILKHA BHAAG
HINDI
RAKESH OMPRAKASH MEHRA
25
OMG OH MY GOD
HINDI
UMESH SHUKLA
26
PAN SINGH TOMAR
HINDI
TIGMANSHU DHULIA
The complete list of 16 Non-Feature films that would be screened at the 44th International Film Festival of India 2013:
Sr. NO.
TITLE OF THE FILM
LANGUAGE
DIRECTOR
1
23 WINTERS
Kashmiri/Hindi
Rajesh S. Jala
2
A DREAM CALLED AMERICA
Hindi
Anoop Sathyan
3
BEHIND THE MIST
Malayalam
Babu Kambrath
4
BY LANE 2
English/Assamese
Utpal Datta
5
KANCHE AUR POSTCARD
Hindi
Ridham Janve
6
LIGHTS ON A DOOR GOPALKRISHNAN
Malayalam/English
Prasanna Ramaswamy
7
MAKARA
Marathi
Prantik Narayan Basu
8
MANIPURI PONY
English
Aribam Syam Sharma
9
PHADA
Kudukh (Region-Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh)
Niranjan Kumar Kujur
10
RANGABHOOMI
Hindi
Kamal Swaroop
11
RESONANCE OF MOTHER’S MELODY
English
Dip Bhuyan
12
SAMA-MUSLIM MYSTIC MUSIC OF INDIA
Hindi/English
Shazia Khan
13
THE DONKEYFAIR
Hindi/Gujarati
Rakesh Shukla
14
V. BABASAHEB LIFE IN FULL OPEN
Marathi/Hindi/English
Avinash Deshpande
15
VISHAPARVAM
Malayalam
Vipin Vijay
16
SHEPHERDS OF PARADISE
Kashmiri
Raja Shabhir Khan

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