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OPPORTUNITIES BULLETIN # 131–April 2014



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OPPORTUNITIES BULLETIN - April 2014

In this bulletin:            
1.   Job opportunity at the Royal Film Commission-Jordan: Film House Library Officer 
2.   Call for applications: The 10th Rawi Screenwriters’ Lab
3.   Call for submissions: Jordanian Short Movie Competition
4.   Call for submissions: JoAnimate Animated Short Film Competition
5.   Call for submissions: Aan Korb 2014 – BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival
6.   Call for  applications: Beirut Film Station 2015
7.   Call for submissions: Paris Coproduction Village 2014
8.   Call for submissions: The 8th Annual Boston Palestine Film Festival 2014
9.   Call for entries:  Berlinale Talents- (Talents Beirut 2014)
10. Call for entries: The 5th Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film & Video Festival
11. Call for submissions: The 19th Edition of Milano Film Festival 
12. Call for entries: The 2nd Edition of Baku International Tourism Film Festival
1.   Job opportunity at the Royal Film Commission- Jordan: Film House Library Officer
Film House Library Officer
The incumbent is responsible for providing research service and maintenance of the library in addition to providing adequate services for the library users.   The incumbent reports to the Communication and Culture Manager.
 
Responsibilities
  • Manage the planning, administrative and budgetary functions of library.
  • Develop plans to accomplish long and short-term goals for the Library.
  • Help in establishing and implementing library information and policies.
·         Design marketing plan by assessing activities and needs to make the library a dynamic attractive place.
  • Continuous research to keep the library updated with monthly or yearly budget.
  • Order materials and follow up on invoices and delivery.
  • Provide effective access to library collections and resources.
  • Maintain the organization of library material, including the inventory.
  • Write proposals and yearly budget planning for the library and the library activities.
  • Provide library services in response to the information needs of the library users.
  • Provide monthly reports related to library services based on analysis and evaluation of the library users and resources demands.
  • Assist in the screening program: selection of films, providing assessment on the films, and managing the screening as per the schedule provided by supervisor.
·         Perform any other task that may be assigned by the supervisor.
 
Qualifications:
  • At least 4 years of work experience, preferably in a media or culture-related activity. 
  • University degree preferably in arts.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and oral, in Arabic and English.
  • Very good cinema culture.
  • Cooperative, innovative and autonomous.
  • Knowledge in library policies, procedures, methods and professional standards.
  • Excellent in research and information gathering methods.
 
Please send your application to the following email: recruitment-Kh75bCYU/rM@public.gmane.org no later than 30 April 2014, and indicate clearly in the subject of your email the title of the position you are applying for.
2.   Call for applications: The 10th Rawi Screenwriters’ Lab
The Royal Film Commission- Jordan, in consultation with the Sundance Institute, welcomes applications to the tenth round of Rawi Screenwriters’ Lab. The Lab will take place from October 28th to November 2nd, 2014 in Jordan whereby up to eight screenwriters will be selected to participate in this year’s round.

Eligibility:

  • Rawi Screenwriters’ Lab is open for screenwriters, co-writers, or writers/directors.
  • Screenwriters working on their first or second narrative feature screenplay can apply.
  • Applicants must submit a complete narrative feature screenplay.
  • Only Arab screenwriters/filmmakers are eligible to apply, regardless of their country of residence.

To Apply:

Please fill in the online Application Form in English and send it to rawi-Kh75bCYU/rM@public.gmane.org  
Please enclose the following (soft copy only, word format and in English):
  • Cover letter introducing yourself and your project (e.g.: Why are you applying to the program? Are you collaborating with a co-writer or a director on the project? Do you intend to direct the project and what is the status of the project at the stage of submission).
 
  • Complete feature narrative screenplay that must include a title page with the project title, name of the writer as well as the project registration number.
Please make sure the script is registered.
Note: Screenplays are to be admitted in English.
Screenplays in Arabic will be initially considered provided that the applicant send in an English translation once requested to do so by Rawi team at a later stage.
 
  • Logline: a one-line sentence description of the project.
 
  • Synopsis: one full A4 page.
 
  • Filmmaker’s statement; please describe your vision and creative approach to the project and why you want to tell this story.
 
  • Screenwriter’s biography.
 
  • Online links of your previous works (short, feature or documentary).
Please make sure all previous works submitted have English subtitles.
Please do not send DVDs unless requested by the Rawi Team.
The deadline for submission is June 15th, 2014.
To apply and for further information please visit: www.film.jo/rawi , or write to: rawi-Kh75bCYU/rM@public.gmane.org
You can also call the Royal Film Commission at: +962 6 461 3835 ext. 108
3.   Call for submissions: Jordanian Short Movie Competition
The Service of Cooperation and Cultural Activities of the French Embassy in Jordan and the Institut Français in Jordan, in partnership with the Royal Film Commission-Jordan (RFC) and the Greater Amman Municipality, are organizing the 20th edition of the Franco-Arab Film Festival which will be held in Amman from the 15th to the 21st of June 2014.
 
The Franco-Arab Film Festival is calling for Jordanian short films (documentary and narrative) to compete. Prizes will be announced during the closing reception on the 21st of June 2014.
Rules and Regulations:
·         The competition is open to independent filmmakers residing in Jordan or abroad. Either the director or the producer should be Jordanian.
·         The film should not exceed 20 minutes.
·         The film has to have been produced in 2013 or 2014.
·         Each filmmaker can submit one film only.
·         Only narratives and documentaries can be submitted. Animated films or experimental films will not be accepted.
·         It is requested that the film be subtitled in English or French if it is in Arabic, or subtitled in Arabic if it is in English or French.
·         The filmmaker should provide 2 DVD copies of the film (which will not be returned) to the aforementioned address, along with the following :
o   An application form in Arabic or in English which can be found on the RFC website www.film.jo, covering technical details regarding the film, synopsis and the filmmaker’s information.
o   A poster or a screen shot of the film.
Prizes:
There will be four valuable prizes in cash or kind: a jury prize and a public prize, for both narrative and documentary categories.
In addition, the RFC will offer a one-year subscription at the Film House’s Library to short-listed candidates.
Mailing Address:
 
By hand:
The Royal Film Commission – Jordan, Jebel Amman, 1st circle, 5 Omar bin Al Khattab Street
Sunday - Thursday, 9:00 am – 5:30 pm. Tel: 064642266
 
By mail:
The Royal Film Commission – Jordan
PO Box 811991 Amman 1181 Jordan
The deadline for submissions is on May 15, 2014.
For further information, please contact Marian Nakho from the Royal Film Commission-Jordan at the following e-mail: marian.nakho-Kh75bCYU/rM@public.gmane.org  and 06 4642266 ext. 23
4.   Call for submissions: JoAnimate Animated Short Film Competition
For its second run in Amman- Jordan, JoAnimate Animation Festival will be taking place in June 2014. It is a four-day festival that will include open sessions, workshops, film screenings and a short film competition.
The Animated Short Film Competition is accepting submissions from all over the MENA region (Middle East and North Africa) with multiple awards being granted across various categories.
Participants’ short films will be screened to the public during the festival in a film screening event and prizes will be given to the winners that will be chosen by a qualified jury.
Rules and regulations:
 
·         The contest is open to all. College students or professionals (Non corporate work).
·         Duration should not exceed 10 minutes including titles.
·         Films can be based on any theme or genre; it's the way you create the story that matters.
·         This competition is open for everyone from the MENA region (living or from).
·         Films can be in any language (subtitles in English or Arabic is preferred).
·         The filmmaker is responsible for getting any permission for use of trademarks, copyrights or any other properties (including but not limited to logos, characters, images & music) in his/her or their short film.
·         No obscenity/nudity/swearing/excessive violence. Films deemed obscene or defamatory will be disqualified.
·         Applicants may submit as many entries/films for the contest. But each entry/film must be submitted separately with its own submission form.
·         Please make sure the format is in PAL/HD (HD is preferred).
·         No submissions will be returned. Please send "only" the copy and not the original.
·         The selected entries would be screened at a screening event announced at a later date.
·         All entries must include a completed application form with the movie on a DVD delivered by hand or sent by Email (please contact the competition if you would like to send us your submission(s) by mail).
 
The deadline for submissions is on June 6th, 2014.
To apply and for further information please visit the website:www.joanimate.com
 
For additional information or inquiries, please write to Mohammad Abusharif- Film Competition Coordinator: abusharif-t3Wf3R9WR8pl57MIdRCFDg@public.gmane.org  - Phone no.: +962 79 8232783
5.   Call for submissions: Aan Korb 2014 – BBC Arabic Film and Documentary Festival
Aan Korb is a new film and documentary festival for London by BBC Arabic in partnership with the British Council. The festival will take place at the BBC Radio Theatre from 31 October – 3 November 2014.
The festival is particularly keen to receive interesting and original entries from young people aged 18 to 30. BBC Arabic will reward the most promising young person with an award worth up to £10,000. This will include training, mentoring and equipment. There is the potential for their project to be commissioned by the BBC – and this is a really great opportunity.
Rules and regulations:
 
Submissions are now open for the following categories:
·         Feature Films must be over 40 minutes in duration and a work of fiction.
·         Short Films must be between 3 minutes and 40 minutes in duration and may cover fiction, experimental and animation films.
·         Documentaries must be a work of non-fiction and be between 25 minutes and 90 minutes in duration
·         Investigative journalism reports must be a work of non-fiction and must be between 10 and 50 minutes in length.
·         Citizen journalism reports must be a work of non- fiction. Work submitted must be between 3 minutes and 30 minutes in duration. The Citizen Journalism category will recognise non-professional reporters, journalists and film makers whose reports or video footage of a current affairs story are ground-breaking and reveal something new.
The deadline for submissions is on May 2nd, 2014.
To apply and for further information please visit the website: www.bbcarabic.com/aankorb
6.   Call for  applications: Beirut Film Station 2015
Goethe-Institut and Ashkal Alwan are pleased to announce, for the second year, a residency program for all young filmmakers from the Middle East and North Africa.
 
The program is designed to support them in their professional careers by providing technical equipment and a space for work in which they can complete their projects. Along with the support, the program aims to set up a platform for all talented filmmakers to network, exchange experience and get exposure to other filmmakers in the region and Europe.
 
In 2014, hundred and eighty-seven applications were received. The jury selected eleven residents coming from Lebanon, Sudan, Syria, Egypt and Palestine. The residents have accomplished working on their films and benefited from each other’s experiences. 
Rules and regulations:
 
The application is open for those who have already professional work experience and who plan to realize a film project or part of it (pre-production, production or post-production).
 
Beirut Film Station provides an artistically inspiring atmosphere in the middle of Beirut as well as time and space to work on the project under stress-free conditions, including basic technical equipment.
The deadline for applications is on May 30th, 2014. A jury will select the candidates for the year 2015, who will be announced on September 17th, 2014.
Those who are interested to take part in this opportunity can apply online, via Beirut Film Station’s website: http://beirut-filmstation.org/.
 
To consult Beirut Film Station staff, please contact phone: +961- 1 -446092 ext. 205
or email
: beirut.filmstation <at> beirut.goethe.org
For further information please visit the  website: http://beirut-filmstation.org/
7.   Call for submissions: Paris Coproduction Village 2014
Paris Coproduction Village is a new development and financing platform for feature projects selected worldwide organized by Les Arcs European Film Festival and Champs-Elysées Film Festival. The event aims at encouraging European professionals to get involved in international co-productions.
During this two-day event, 12 to 15 international film projects destined for French or European coproduction will be presented to producers, sales agents, distributors, financiers and fund representatives. In addition, the 6 residents of the Cannes Film Festival Cinéfondation will join the project selection.
Participants will benefit from one-to-one pre-scheduled meetings, networking events, as well as seminars taught by leading film industry professionals.
This platform complements the 3rd edition of the Champs-Elysées Film Festival's US-IN-PROGRESS programme which screens 4 US feature films in late stage of post-production seeking sales representatives.
Paris Coproduction Village is supported by the Ile-de-France region and organized in collaboration with our partners Cannes - Cinéfondation, Variety, ACE, EAVE, Europa International, Europa Distribution and Ecran Total.
Rules and regulations:
·         Only feature-length projects (fiction, animation and documentary) with director and script attached are eligible.
·         All applications must be submitted by a production company and have secured (or under negotiation) financing from their home territory.
·         Projects should not have French partners attached when submitted.
The deadline for submissions is on April 18, 2014.
To apply and for further information please visit the website: www.pariscopro.com
8.   Call for submissions: The 8th Annual Boston Palestine Film Festival 2014
The Boston Palestine Film Festival (BPFF) is now accepting submissions for its eighth annual festival to be held in Boston in partnership with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in October 2014.

BPFF seeks to present the extraordinary narrative of a dispossessed people. Cinema offers a powerful means of interpreting the collective identity, historic struggle, and surreal life circumstances and challenges that Palestinians throughout the world presently face.
Rules and regulations:
 
·         BPFF showcases the diverse and creative work of all filmmakers (any nationality, any age) exploring both historic and contemporary themes related to Palestinian culture, experience, and narrative.
·         BPFF accepts films in the following categories:  
-      Drama  
-      Documentary
-      Animation
-      Video art  
-      Other (ex. Experimental)
·         Submitted works can be of any length. Films 40 minutes and longer will be considered features. Films shorter than 40 minutes will be considered shorts.
·         All foreign language entries must be subtitled in English. Submitted works should have been produced between 2009 and 2014. Any works currently in production may be submitted as rough cuts. Selected works must be provided in final form with English subtitles no later than September 15, 2014.
Deadlines:
April 15, 2014:  Submission of all entries due (Incomplete entries will not be considered.)
July 31, 2014: Selection/final status notices sent out (either from BPFF or from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Film Department). 
Sept. 15, 2014: All works selected for the Festival are due to BPFF and/or the MFA in final form with English subtitles for receipt by this date (no exceptions).
For further information please visit the website: http://www.bostonpalestinefilmfest.org/
To submit you film please visit the website or: www.bostonpalestinefilmfest.org/submissions/
For further inquiries please contact: submissions <at> bostonpalestinefilmfest.org
9.   Call for entries:  Berlinale Talents- (Talents Beirut 2014)
The first edition of Talents Beirut will be held in Beirut between the 18th and the 21st of September 2014 and will focus on cinematography, film editing, sound design and score composition. The focus has been set on these key aspects of filmmaking as very few in the Arab World have addressed such facets of film production.
 
Talents Beirut is an initiative of Metropolis Art Cinema in Beirut and the Goethe-Institut Lebanon in cooperation with Berlinale Talents and FIDMarseille.
 
It is a project that aims to support film talents from the Arab World, allowing them to reflect on their own works by connecting with other emerging and confirmed talents, and by discovering new ways to approach the art of film making, whether from technical or theoretical point of views.
 
It is a branch of the Berlinale Talents (formally known as the Berlinale Talent Campus) which invites every year more than 300 talents from the four corners of the globe during the Berlin International Film Festival to meet film experts and discuss film related matters, such as production distribution and filmmaking at large.
 
Rules and regulations:
 
·         Applicants have to submit a complete application, including a sample of work. Please note that the application is individual and no team applications are accepted. Applicants must have obtained the consent of the other copyright owners for the use of the work sample submitted.
·         Working in one of these areas: cinematography, editing, sound design/score composition.
·         Applicants must have directly contributed to at least one short film with a credit as cinematographer, editor or sound designer/score composer, this film was screened at a recognized film festival, OR have worked on this film with afore-mentioned credit as a student at a film school or in a film programme.
·         Applicants must be a citizen of one of the following Arab countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. They must be residing in one of these countries and be at least 18 years of age by September 2014. Participants must be fluent in either French or English in addition to Arabic.
 
 
The deadline for entries is on May 23, 2014.
To apply and for further information please visit the website: www.talents-beirut.com
10.        Call for entries: The 5th Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film & Video Festival
Kuala Lumpur Experimental Film and Video Festival (KLEX) is an exposition dedicated to showcasing independent and innovative films and videos. The festival focuses on experimental works that challenge conventional cinematic experiences. The festival will be taking place late November 2014. 
Rules and regulations:
 
·         KLEX 2014 accepts entries of works completed after 1 January, 2012. The festival accepts only DVD and online file transfer (please contact info-gJj6vb78VZCG0HHGSkQrTQ@public.gmane.org  for details) preview for submission.
·         The preview and screening formats are: DVD and video data files only. (Please make a special request if you would like to screen your work in any other format.). There is no entry fee.
·         Materials for Submission:
      A preview DVD (please write a title, running time, original format, your name and your email address on the disc)
      Online submission: Please contact info-gJj6vb78VZCG0HHGSkQrTQ@public.gmane.org  for details. It is preferable that you use the following file formats: mp4, mov and avi. No other formats will be accepted.
      A completed entry form
      A brief work’s description (below 200 words)
      A brief biography (below 100 words)
      2 still images from the submitted work
*Though it’s possible to show longer works, but the festival prefers short works under 20 minutes.
·         If you are submitting more than one work, you may have all works compiled into a single DVD, but please provide the entry forms and brief descriptions for each work. You can submit up to 3 pieces of work only.
The deadline for entries is on May 20, 2014.
Please mail your submission to:
KLEX 2014
Attention: Kok Siew-Wai
3, Jalan Waras 3, Taman Connaught, Cheras, 56000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
To fill the entry form or for further information please write to: info-gJj6vb78VZCG0HHGSkQrTQ@public.gmane.org  or visit the website: http://klexfilmfest.com
11.        Call for submissions:  The 19th Edition of Milano Film Festival 
The 19th edition of Milano Film Festival (MFF) is calling for film submissions at the International Feature Film Competition and the Short Film Competition.
Feature Film Competition
The competition is open to first and second films of any genre (fiction, documentaries, animation films, and experimental works), language, and format. 
The films must be over 45 minutes and completed after January 1st, 2013. 
 
Short Film Competition
The competition is open to film of any genre, language and format, completed after January 1st, 2013. 
The competition is only open to directors born after May 31, 1974. 
The maximum running time for short films is 30 minutes. 
 
State (T)error, the main out-of-competition section, is also open to documentaries of any format and running time. 
 
Rules and Regulations:
 
·         All applicants for the international feature or short film competitions will have to fill in the online submission form and send a DVD copy of the film, within the following 48 hours. 
·         The feature film competition is open to first and second films of any genre, language, format and running time, provided that they were completed after January 1st, 2013.
·          The short film competition is open to films of any genre, language and format, provided that they were completed after January 1st, 2013. Please note that the short film competition is only open to film under 30 minutes (included) and to directors under 40 years at the time of the submission deadline (31st May 2014). 
·         The short film competition is open to films under 30 minutes (included). The feature film competition is open to films longer than 45 minutes. The Milano Film Festival will discuss borderline cases with the filmmakers/producers. 
·         Each filmmaker can send three short films and/or two feature films at most. Each DVD must contain only one submitted film. 
·         The filmmaker and/or producer authorize the publication of their data on the website www.milanofilmfestival.it and on the catalogue, as well as their diffusion through the media for promotional purposes according to the law. 
·         For each film submitted, one free accreditation card will be made available.
The deadline for submissions is on 31 May 2014
For further information please visit the festival’s website: http://www.milanofilmfestival.it/about_eng.php
Full Rules and Regulations can be found on: http://www.milanofilmfestival.it/box.php?id=1141
For further information on the Rules and Regulations please write to: info <at> milanofilmfestival.it
To apply for the Feature Film Competition please visit: http://www.milanofilmfestival.it/iscrizione/iscrizione_lungometraggi_eng.php
To apply for the State (T)error Section please visit:
12.        Call for entries: The 2nd Edition of Baku International Tourism Film Festival
Baku International Tourism Film Festival (BITFF) – is an annual non-profit cultural event that takes place in Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan and international center of historical and cultural heritage.
The second edition of Baku International Tourism Film Festival will be held between 25 and 29 June 2014, at Baku.
 
The festival’s mission is to promote domestic and international tourism films. At the same time the festival seeks to help such material target the widest possible international audience. The entries which best contribute – through their content and artistic quality to the development of domestic and international tourism – will be awarded.
 
BITFF is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Republic of Azerbaijan.
BITFF is the member of the International Committee of Tourism Film Festivals (CIFFT) based in Vienna, Austria.

 

The festival comprises of: Main competition / Out-of-competition screening.
Rules and regulations:
 
·         Applications can be submitted by marketing and communication professionals from corporations and public relations agencies, services, public sector (ministries, city halls, and public institutions), film producers and film makers, production companies, multimedia companies, TV stations and students.
·         To participate in the festival, the submitted material must be completed after 1 January 2012.
·         To complete the entry you have to add at least three stills of the film and one picture of the director.
 
The deadline for entries is on May 1st, 2014.
For further information please visit the website: www.btiff.az  or write to: info-TMobogooK80@public.gmane.org
For submission please use the official entry form on the website: http://www.bitff.az/entry-form/
Film DVD must be sent together with a completed, printed and signed entry form:
Baku International Tourism Film Festival
Moscow ave, 1.
AZ1012, Baku, Azerbaijan.
Phone:  +99412 4982046
              +99412 4302382
              +99455 8278483

 


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rohitrellan | 17 Apr 05:49 2014
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Screenwriting Workshop at IIT Madras 7-14 June 2014 [2 Attachments]

IIT Madras Screenwriting Workshop 7-14 June 2014 IIT Madras is presenting Imaging Cinema 2014, a Screenwriting-cum-Filmmaking Workshop from 7-14 June. The focus is on various aspects of screenwriting. Sessions on screenwriting will be conducted by experienced resource persons. Special sessions on aspects of direction and screenwriting will be conducted by established names from Mumbai and South Indian cine industries (including directors, screenwriters, cinematographers, and actors). The course outline will soon be available on our website. Those interested in participating can fill in the completed application form available at: www.imagingcinema.wordpress.com. Also, at: www.imagingcinema.com. Last date of applying is 12 May 2014. Details of fee structure: · Rs 7000/ for all participants · Rs 6000/ for former participants (those who attended our previous events) and students, who are still pursuing their degree; · Rs 8000/ for NRIs & Foreign Nationals. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to produce a screenplay under the guidance of the mentors. They will be awarded with an IIT Madras certificate of participation. The workshop will be held on IITM campus and is organized by Dr Aysha Iqbal Viswamohan, Associate Professor, Dept of Humanities & Social Sciences, IIT Madras. For further details, contact: 91 74185 62000 For viewing some of the short films made by participants in 2012 , see our website: www.imagingingcinema.com The uniqueness of these workshops lie in their outreach where candidates from a cross section of society interact with established names from the Indian film industry. Many of our previous attendees have gone on to make a mark for them in film and media industry, and are currently in the process of making and screenwriting for films or assisting filmmakers of repute. -- Aysha Iqbal Viswamohan, PhD Associate Professor (Film Studies, Drama & Popular Culture) Dept of Humanities & Social Sciences Indian Institute of Technology, Madras Chennai - 600036, India Website: http://www.hss.iitm.ac.in/index.php/faculty/institute-faculty?id=10 http://www.imagingcinema.com/, http://imagingcinema.wordpress.com/


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Ramesh Tekwani | 16 Apr 17:15 2014
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61st National Awards 2013 Announced


 

Feature Films

Award

Film

Awardee

Prize

Citation

Best Feature Film

Ship of Theseus (English-Hindi)

Producer: Recyclewala Films Pvt Ltd; Director: Anand Gandhi

Swarna Kamal and Rs 2,50,000 each to the Producer and Director

A quietly powerful film of an unusual photographer, an erudite Jain monk and a young stock broker told through different segments which finally unites them through a strange circumstance. In the process the film depicts issues of intuitive brilliance, metaphysical belief and intricate morality in a world full of contradictions.

Indira Gandhi Award For Best Debut Film Of A Director

Fandry (Marathi)

Producer: Navalkha Arts and Holy Basil Combine; Director: Nagraj Manjule

Swarna Kamal and Rs 1,25, 000 each to the Producer and Director

A stark and realistic portrayal of Dalits in India seen through the eyes of a young boy who is desperately trying to break age old shackles. It makes a strong statement that despite various reformers doing their best…. much remains to be done.

Best Popular Film Providing Wholesome Entertainment

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Hindi)

Producer: Viacom 18 Motion Pictures, ROMP Pictures; Director: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra

Swarna Kamal and Rs 2,00,000 to the Producer and Director

For retaining the story and values of a great sportsman and translating it into the cinematic medium with aplomb.

Nargis Dutt Award For Best Feature Film On National Integration

Thalaimuraigal (Tamil)

Producer: Company Productions; Director: Balu Mahendra

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,50,000 each to the Producer and Director

A sensitive tale about the breaking of walls of orthodoxy and religious and linguistic bias in a small village in Tamil Nadu. Love and compassion of a small boy and his mother wins over not only their own blood but the whole rural community.

Best Film On Social Issues

Tuhya Dharma Koncha (Marathi)

Producer: Indian Magic Eye Motion Pictures Pvt Ltd.; Director: Satish Manwar

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,50,000 each to the Producer and Director

Tale of a poor tribal family being torn between prosecution by law enforcing agencies on one hand and issue of loss of their traditional faith and culture through religious conversions on the other.

Best Film On Environment Conservation/ Preservation

Perariyathavar (Malayalam)

Producer: Ambalakkara Global Films; Director: Dr Biju

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,50,000 each to the Producer and Director

It tells the story of those nameless, faceless marginalized people through the life of a widowed father who works as a scavenger and his eight year old son. It depicts the real lives of the poor who live in the margin of civilized society with an unusual power and artistic honesty.

Best Children's Film

Kaphal (Hindi)

Producer: Children's Film Society of India; Director: Batul Mukhtiar

Swarna Kamal and Rs 1,50,000 each to the Producer and Director

A small village deep in Uttarakhand. A touching story set in beautiful mountains where two young boys pine for their father who has been away for quite a few years. They have dreams which they share with their close friends as they frolic around.

Best Direction

Shahid (Hindi)

Hansal Mehta

Swarna Kamal and Rs 2,50,000

A remarkably handled film that traces the true story of a slain human right activist and a lawyer Shahid Azmi in the backdrop of communal violence unleashed in Mumbai. The story of an impoverished Muslim struggling to come to terms with injustice, inequality and rise above his circumstances. It is an inspiring testament to the human spirit.

Best Actor

Shahid (Hindi) &

Raj Kumar &

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For portrayal of the intriguing journey of a Muslim young man who is persecuted. He rebels and ultimately comes back to fight

Perariyathavar (Malayalam)

Suraj Venjaramoodu

(Cash component to be shared)

the injustice as a committed law abiding lawyer. Raj Kumar brings to life the soul of Shahid. For the dignified and quiet portrayal of a man on the lower margins of the society. His turmoil struggles and sufferings are soulfully brought out with subtle body language and eyes which transcend word

Best Actress

Liar's Dice (Hindi)

Geetanjali Thapa

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

If ever an actress could merge completely into a role and look the character to perfection, it is Geetanjali Thapa. Her searching eyes and vulnerability are breath taking.

Best Supporting Actor

Jolly LLB (Hindi)

Saurabh Shukla

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For a heart-warming and exuberant performance as a judge, who discovers his authority and conscience in the process of conducting a high profile case.

Best Supporting Actress

Astu (Marathi) and Ship of Theseus (English-Hindi)

Amruta Subhash and Aida El-Kashef

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000 (cash component will be shared)

Amruta touchingly portrays the emotions of a poor woman who brings to life compassion and warmth in dealing with human relationships. For a sensitive portrayal of a blind photographer who entirely depends on her intuitive creative power and has a fiercely independent mind.

Best Child Artist

Fandry (Marathi) and Thanga Meengal (Tamil)

Somnath Avghade and Sadhana

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000 (cash component will be shared)

Somnath Avghade plays the role of a Dalit teenager to perfection. His angst clearly boils over as the realities of life dawn upon him. Sadhana has played the part of a dyslexic child with sensitivity and exuberance and yet with ease.

Best Male Playback Singer

Jaatishwar (Bengali)

Rupankar For the song E Tumi Kemon Tumi

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

A soulful voice with a rich resonance that enhances the theme of the film.

Best Female Playback Singer

Tuhya Dharma Koncha (Marathi)

Bela Shende For the song Khura Khura

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The singer has evoked the requisite emotions of the theme of the film. She has displayed a rare variety in the rendering of this composition.

Best Cinematography

Liar's Dice (Hindi)

Rajeev Ravi

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

Rajeev Ravi captures life from the picturesque snow-laden mountains through a strenuous bus journey, to the crowded and dingy streets of Delhi with a rare fluidity.

Best Screenplay - Screenplay Writer (Original)

December I (Kannada)

P. Sheshadri

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For its kaleidoscopic variety that uses realism and colloquialism that is soaked in a contemporary flavour.

Best Screenplay - Screenplay Writer (Adapted)

Prakruti (Kannada)

Panchakshari

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For retaining the concerns and values of an original work by a celebrated author while adapting it into the cinematic idiom.

Best Screenplay - Dialogues :

Astu (Marathi)

Sumitra Bhave

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

An extraordinary blend in language and conversations that cover philosophy day- to-day anxieties and emotions in a most compelling manner.

Best Audiography - Location Sound Recordist

Madras Café (Hindi)

Nihar Ranjan Samal

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

Superlative professional job, in picking up minute nuances, covering indoor as well as outdoor locations

Ii) Sound Design

Madras Café (Hindi)

Bishwadeep Chatterjee

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

With his competent sound design Bishwadeep adds authenticity and another dimension to the film.

Iii) Re-Recordist Of The Final Mixed Track

Swapaanam (Malayalam)

D Yuvaraj

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

. A commendable job of keeping a perfect balance between, dialogues, sound effects and resonant 'chenda' playing.

Best Editing

Vallinam (Tamil)

V.J. Sabu Joseph

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

An excellent pace set in this sport based film by the editor. The match sequences have been masterly cut.

Best Production Design

Miss Lovely (Hindi)

Ashim Ahluwalia, Tabsheer Zutshi, Parichit Paralkar

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For a style and finesse realized by authentic recreating an era in a not too distant past and dressing up the location that is coherent with the visual style of the narrative.

Best Costume Designer

Jaatishwar (Bengali)

Sabarni Das

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For realizing effectively the texture of colonial Bengal upto the modern period through a rigorous attention to details .

Best Make-Up Artist

Jaatishwar (Bengali)

Vikram Gaikwad (for the make-up of the actor Prasenjit)

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For the admirable detailing and remarkable consistency achieved in the etching of the characters played by Prasenjit Chatterjee.

Best Music Direction - Songs

Jaatishwar (Bengali)

Kabir Suman

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The music director has presented a rich variety of musical genres of Bengal with appropriate voices, instruments and orchestration.

Best Music Direction - Background Score

Na Bangaaru Talli (Telugu)

Shantanu Moitra

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

The music composer has kept a balance of music programming and regional acoustic instruments like Saraswati Veena, Mridangam, Ghatam, Morsing and voices to underline the theme of the film.

Best Lyrics

Thanga Meengal (Tamil)

Na. Muthukumar for the lyric Ananda Yaazhai

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For giving a poetic expression to the narrative through contextual amplification of emotions.

Special Jury Award

Yellow (Marathi) & Miss Lovely (Hindi)

Producer: Viva In En; Director: Mahesh Limaye Producer: Future East Film Pvt Ltd; Director: Ashim Ahluwalia

Rajat Kamal and Rs 2,00,000 (Cash component to be shared)

An unbelievably inspiring film about a specially gifted girl who overcomes all the odds to make an international mark. Set in the criminal depths of Mumbai's c- grade film industry, bathed in sleaze and sex, the plot explores intense and mutually destructive relationships. A densely layered narrative, period costumes and production design conveys a pulp style, all its own.

Best Special Effects

Jal (Hindi)

Intermezzo Studio Alien Sense Films Pvt Ltd

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For creative and organic use of special effects to enhance the theme of the film.

Best Choreography

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Hindi)

Ganesh Acharya for Maston ka Jhund

Rajat Kamal and Rs 50,000

For effectively using young soldiers and just the props available within the barracks to create a rugged and exuberant dance.


 

Best Feature Film In Each Of The Language Specified In The Schedule VIII Of The Constitution

Best Assamese Film

Ajeyo

Producer: Shiven Arts; Director: Jahnu Barua

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

The story of a boy who stands up against in pre-independent India and hopes for rule of law in independent India. But his hopes are all but shattered by happenings later on.

Best Bengali Film

Bakita Byaktigato

Producer: Tripod Entertainment Pvt Ltd; Director: Pradipta Bhattacharya

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A delightful film about the need for love in our cynical times.

Best Hindi Film

Jolly LLB

Producer: Fox Star Studios; Director: Subhash Kapoor

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A fast-paced film of an ambitious lawyer wanting to make it big through short-cut method ends up opening a high profile case and what follows is a roller coaster ride of a man, his moralities, ambitions and relationships.

Best Kannada Film

Dec-01

Producer: Basant Productions; Director: P. Sheshadri

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A hard-hitting tale of a poor family in a village that gets enmeshed with the crooked ways of politicians.

Best Konkani Film

Baga Beach

Producer: Sharvani Productions; Director: Laxmikant Shetgaonkar

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

Based on a true story, an honest and simple revelation of darkly-held secrets on the beaches of Goa.

Best Malayalam Film

North 24 Kaadham

Producer: Surya Cine Arts; Director: Anil Radhakrishnan Menon

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A train journey that transforms an eccentric character by taking him through trying situations and making him more compassionate.

Best Marathi Film

Aajcha Diwas Majha

Producer: White Swan Productions; Director: Chandrakant Kulkarni

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A parody on musical chair in politics and a critique of the hierarchical system in bureaucracy, the film takes an unusual turn when the political boss has a change of heart.

Best Tamil Film

Thanga Meengal

Producer: JSK Film Corporation; Director: Ram

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

An emotional tale of a man who separates from his wife and beloved eight year old daughter to look for a job in a distant city. The consequences that follow, finally lead to an emotional and heart-warming reunion.

Best Telugu Film

Na Bangaaru Talli

Producer: Sun Touch Productions; Director: Rajesh Touchriver

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

The film is a searing indictment of the pervasive and ruthless world of the sex trade.

Best Feature Film In Each Of The Language Specified Other Than Schedule VIII Of The Constitution

Best English Film

The Coffin Maker

Producer: Shree Narayan Studio; Director: Veena Bakshi

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

Tale of a coffin maker and his wife living in a small Goan village. The film gets very interesting, intriguing and philosophical as death as a character enters their lives.

Best Khasi Film

RI

Producer: Kurbah Films; Director: Pradip Kurbah

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A complex tale of insurgency and reconciliation set in the turbulent North East state of Meghalaya.

Best Sherdukpen Film

The Crossing Bridges

Producer: TNT Films Production; Director: Sange Dorjee Thongdok

Rajat Kamal and Rs 1,00,000 each to the Producer and Director

A well-crafted film that tells the tale of a young man who comes back from Mumbai to his remote village in Arunachal Pradesh to find his roots.

Special Mention

Yellow (Marathi)

Gauri Gadgil, Sanjana Rai

Certificate

To pay our salutation to the indomitable spirit of a special child.

Special Mention

Na Bangaaru Talli (Telugu)

Anjali Patil

Certificate

Kudos to the courage of a girl, who brought out her real life story and told it to the world.


 

NON-FEATURE FILMS

Best Non Feature Film

Rangbhoomi (Hindi)

Producer : Films Division; Director: Kamal Swaroop

SWARNA KAMAL & Rs 1,50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For an innovative and artistic exploration of the themes and concerns of the celebrated pioneer of Indian cinema, during a relatively unknown phase of his life, which leaves the viewer moved and shaken.

Best Debut Film Of A Director

Kanyaka (Malayalam)

Producer : Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute; Director: Christo Tomy

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 75,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its wholly convincing mise-en- scene set in a convent run by Malayali nuns, wherein the grief and guilt of the young protagonist is presented in a manner that leaves a lot to the imagination of the viewer.

Best Biographical/ Historical Reconstruction

The Last Adieu (English)

Producer : Films Division; Director: Shabnam Sukhdev

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its insight into the work of an exceptionally passionate documentary filmmaker blended with a frank and moving account of his daughter's attempt to come to terms with his estrangement from the family.

Best Arts /Cultural Film

Shared a. The Lost Behrupiya (Hindi) b. O Friend, This Waiting ! (English, Telugu)

Producer : Holybull Entertainment LLP; Director: Sriram Dalton Producer : Justin McCarthy; Director: Sandhya Kumar & Justin McCarthy

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director (cash component to be shared among the films)

a. For a near surreal depiction of a dying art form in a globalised society. The film combines elements of drama and visual art with a lament for a rich cultural tradition. b. For its wholly unconventional investigation of the Devadasi tradition in South India, combining an appreciation of this delicate and sensuous art form with a genuine sociological exploration.

Best Science & Technology Film

The Pad Piper (English)

Producer : Akanksha Sood Singh; Director: Akanksha Sood Singh

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its portrayal of a sensitive man with a profound belief in appropriate technology who came up with a simple piece of engineering - an affordable sanitary napkin that has had an extraordinary impact on the health of millions of poor women.

Best Promotional Film

Shared a. Chasing The Rainbow (English)

Producer Edumedia India; Director: Charu Shree Roy

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director (cash component to be shared among the films)

a. For scratching the moral surface of the Indian middle class and holding a mirror for all of us who are torn between self interests and ethical dilemmas.

Best Promotional Film

b. Kush (Hindi)

Producer : Red Carpet Moving Pictures Pvt. Ltd.; Director: Shubhashish Bhutiani

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director (cash component to be shared among the films)

b. For sensitively revisiting a dark phase of Indian history when communal passions ran amuck. The film looks at the impact on young children and questions why we allow history to repeat itself.

Best Environment Film Including Agriculture

Foresting Life (Hindi, Assamese)

Producer : A Media For Social Impact; Director: Aarti Shrivastava

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its earthy look at a man, the forest he created all by himself, and the heroic effort that is necessary to sustain that forest without any government help.

Best Film On Social Issues

Gulabi Gang (Hindi, Bundelkhandi)

Producer : Raintree Films, Piraya Film As, Final Cut for Real Aps Director: Nishtha Jain

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its powerful depiction of a crusader for the subaltern that takes us deeper into the continuing struggles of the rural Indian woman set in a milieu of chauvinistic scepticism.

Best Educational Film

The Quantum Indians (English)

Producer : Public Service Broadcasting Trust Director: Raja Choudhury

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For an extremely efficient and precise analysis of the contributions of three renowned scientists in a manner that not only educates today's generation but also provides insights into complex scientific phenomena in an accessible manner.

Best Investigative Film

Katiyabaaz (Hindi,Urdu,English)

Producer : Globalistan Films Pvt. Ltd. Director: Deepti Kakkar & Fahad Mustafa

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its cutting edge investigation into the life of a typical Indian city, the film uses strong characters, juxtapositions and humour to create a visual arch that delineates the haves and have- nots of power

Special Jury Award

Shared a. Ananthamurthy - Not A Biography…But A Hypothesis (English) b. Tamaash (Kashmiri)

Director:Girish Kasaravalli Director: Satyanshu Singh & Devanshu Singh

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 1,00,000 (cash component to be shared among films)

a. For the clarity and the insight with which it looks at the work of Ananthamurthy, one of the finest Indian writers, whose work carries exceptional social significance. b. For presenting a heartwarming story of friendship in a lucid and engaging style and for using elements of the magical and the macabre to create a modern day fable of Kashmir.

Best Short Fiction Film

Mandrake ! Mandrake ! (Hindi)

Producer : Film and Television Institute of India Director: Ruchir Arun

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For the deftly crafted story of a young man who transforms a rundown warehouse into an Aladdin's Cave through the fun and frolic of the moving image where magic, mystery and adventure become possible.

Best Film On Family Values

Heyro Party (Bengali)

Producer : Baishakhi Banerjee & Deepak Gawade Director: Deepak Gawade

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to the Producer & Director

For its poignant reflection of selfless dreams and aspirations, the film depicts the struggles and dilemmas of a poor family in a simple and compelling cinematic language.

Best Direction

Chidiya Udh (No Dialogue)

Director: Pranjal Dua

SWARNA KAMAL & Rs 1,50,000

For his unique vision of urban angst told without dialogue. The de- emphasised narrative masterfully blends visual, sound, music and acting.

Best Cinematography

Mandrake ! Mandrake ! (Hindi)

Cameraman : Kavin Jagtiani Lab : Reliance Media Works

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000 each to cameraman and laboratory

For exhibiting a wide spectrum of hues, both colour and black and white, while picturising the action in a dark warehouse full of unlikely light sources as also for the simulation of a silent era film with amusing trick photography.

Best Audiography

Chidiya Udh (No Dialogue)

Gautam Nair

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000

For a layered and resonant sound track with elements of ambiguity and discord contributing to an overwhelming sense of urban disconnect.

Best Editing

Gulabi Gang (Hindi, Bundelkhandi)

Arjun Gourisaria

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000

For imparting the film with its structure and rhythm, tempo and drama, movement and exposition.

Best Music Direction

Yugadrashta (Assamese)

Anurag Saikia

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000

For its spectacular blending of folk elements with a rich and nuanced classicism that conveys an enthralling period feel.

Best Narration/ Voice Over

Kankee O Saapo (Odia)

Lipika Singh Darai

RAJAT KAMAL & Rs 50,000

For its soulful and enigmatic interior dialogue between two generations that operates at an allegorical level, gently synthesising apparently unrelated visuals leaving the viewer with a strong sense of evocation.

Special Mention

a. Accsex (English, Hindi)

Director : Shweta Ghosh

CERTIFICATE

a. For vigorously taking up the challenge of exploring sexuality in women perceived to be differently abled.

Special Mention

b. Candles In The Wind (Punjabi, Hindi)

Director: Kavita Bahl & Nandan Saxena

CERTIFICATE

b. For its chilling depiction of the ground realities in the bread basket of India. The tone and texture of the film contradict the prevalent narrative of it being the best place to live and work.

Special Mention

c. Dharmam (Tamil)

Director: Madonne M Ashwin

CERTIFICATE

c. For its searing critique of middle class hypocrisy and a corrupt society as seen through the eyes of an impressionable child.

Special Mention

d. At the Cross Roads : Nondon Bagchi Life and Living (English, Bengali)

Director: Rajdeep Paul and Sarmistha Maiti

CERTIFICATE

d. For an entertaining biography of a wonderfully engaging personality, with shades of a near chaotic life style, set in a period known for its path-breaking music.

 

Best Writing On Cinema

Title Of The Book

Author

Publisher

Citation

Cinema Ga Cinema (Telugu)

Swarna Kamal and Rs 75000 to the author : Nandagopa

Swarna Kamal and Rs 75000 to the Publisher: Praga India, Hyderabad

Cinema Ga Cinema is a refreshing treatise on various aspects of film making from its beginning in the early 20th century to the present and even into the future. Veteran film journalist Shri Nandagopal deals in an exhaustive, research based and yet elegant manner with different aspects of the art of cinema, aesthetic values, roles of dance and music, photography, costumes and myriad other aspects of film making not just in India but even in world cinema. His extensive exposure and experience in the film industry lends richness to all parts of the book.

Best Film Critic

Citation


Swarna Kamal And Rs75000 To The Critic : Alaka Sahani (English)

Through her articles published in 2013, film critic Alaka Sahani has highlighted facets of cinema beyond glamour and gossip by delving deeper into the contemporary relevance of iconic film makers, hunting down the remnants of yesteryear theatres in Mumbai, investigating the new lease of life given to documentary film makers by the Internet and by looking at film making on the other side of the border. The Jury recommends her for the award for the non-mainstream theme of her articles and the sensitivity with which she has presented these issues.


 



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pankaj rishi kumar | 14 Apr 06:39 2014
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Uranium Film Festival <at> FD ZONE MUMBAI from 18th to 20th April


The second Traveling International Uranium Film Festival Rio -2014(IUFF) is all set to come to FD ZONE
MUMBAI from 18th April for 3 days. Entry is Free.

DAY 1 - FRIDAY, APRIL 18
11 am - 1.15 pm (ATOMIC BOMBS)

THE LAST FLOWER - Iran, 2013, 6 min,
Director: Sima Baghery, Fiction, Animation, no dialoge

ATOMIC BOMBS ON THE PLANET EARTH - UK/The Netherlands, 2011, 13 min, Experimental documentary.
Direction Peter Greenaway, production Video Design Irma de Vries,

NUCLEAR SAVAGE: THE ISLANDS OF SECRET PROJECT 4.1 - USA, 2012, 87 min, Marshallese & English
Director: Adam Jonas Horowitz

1.30 pm - 3.30 pm (NUCLEAR POWER IN USA)
YELLOWCAKE - USA, 2009, 10 min, Director: Brock Williams. www.boxcarfilms.com

TAILINGS - USA, 2012, 12 min, Director: Sam Price-Waldman, Documentary, English

THE ATOMIC STATES OF AMERICA - USA, 2011, 92 min, English
Directors: Don Argott & Sheena M.Joyce,

4.00 pm - 7.30 pm (URANIUM MINING)
URANIUM - TO DIE FOR (HAZMAN HATZAHOV) - Israel, 2012, 54 min, Documentary,
Director: Shanny Haziza, Producer: Sasha Klein,

URANIUM: A POISONED LEGACY - France, 2009, 52 min,
Director: Dominique Hennequin, Production: Nomades TV, Charlotte Hennequin, Documentary, English

FOR THE SUPREME FIGHT (GERE DAN), India, 2014, 48 min, French/English with English subtitle.
Director: Shriprakash
Screening followed by discussion with the Director

DAY 2 - SATURDAY, APRIL 19
10.30 am – 1.00 pm (FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR ACCIDENT)
ABITA. CHILDREN FROM FUKUSHIMA - Germany, 2012, 4 min, Animation, English subtitles
Directors: Shoko Hara and Paul Brenner,

FORBIDDEN GROUND FUKUSHIMA - Japan, 2012, 57 min, Japanese, English subtitles
Director and Producer: Kazunori Kurimoto,

TOKYO'S BELLY - Germany, 2013, 70 min, English subtitles
Director: Reinhild Dettmer-Finke

2 pm - 4.00 pm (NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS)
INDIAN POINT, NOWHERE TO RUN - USA, 29 min

WOMEN OF FUKUSHIMA - Japan, 2012, 27 min, English subtitles
Director: Paul Johannessen

GET UP STAND UP - India, 2012, 34 min, Documentary, Tamil/Malayalam and English, English Subtitles
Direction Sreemith.

HIGH POWER - India, 2013, 27 min, Documentary,Marathi/English, English subtitles
Director and Producer: Pradeep Indulkar

4.30 pm - 7.30 pm (HIBAKUSHA - ATOMIC BOMB SURVIVERS)
08:15 OF 1945 - Argentina/Brazil, 2012, 78 minutes, Documentary, Portuguese with English Subtitles
director Roberto Fernandez
(15 minute break)
HIROSHIMA NAGASAKI DOWNLOAD - Mexico/Japan, 2010, 73 min, Documentary, Japanese/English
Shinpei Takeda and Eiji Wkamatsu,

DAY 3 - SUNDAY, APRIL 20
11 am - 12.30 pm Panel Discussion
1. Anand Patwardhan- Eminent Documentary Film Maker whose filmography includes films like War And Peace,
Ram Ke Naam and Jai Bhim Comrade
2. Satyajeet Chavan- Prolific writer and activist involved in anti-nuclear struggle at Jaitapur
3. Dilnaz Boga- Journalist and Researcher who has written and worked extensively on environment and
resistance movements
4. Rajendra Phatarpekar- Energy Management MBA and anti-nuclear activist who promotes greater advocacy
for renewable energy solutions
5. Vivek Sundara- Environmental activist, convener of JAPA (Justice And Peace For All), will moderate the discussion

1.30 pm - 4.00 pm (NEW ATOMIC WARS AND URANIUM WEAPONS)
URANIUM 238: THE PENTAGON´S DIRTY POOL - Costa Rica, 2009, 28 min, Documentary, English, Spanish subtitles
Direction Pablo Ortega, production Isabel Macdonald

FALLUJA, A LOST GENERATION? - Iraq / France, 2011, 48 min, Documentary, English
Director: Feurat Alani,

ANATOMY OF A BOMB - Italy, 2006, 22 min, Documentary, English
directions Flaviano Masella, Angelo Saso and Maurizio Torrealta, production Rainews24.

THE THIRD NUCLEAR BOMB, THE VETERAN´S ACCUSATION - Italy, 2008, 26 min, Documentary,
Direction Maurizio Torrealta, production Rainews24,

4.30 pm - 7.30 pm (NEW FICTION MOVIES ABOUT NUCLEAR POWER)
FAIRLIGHTS - Germany, 2013, min, Animation, Musical,
Directors: Ilinca Höpfner & Helge Henning

EXCLUSION ZONE - Spain, 2011, 13 min, Fiction movie, English subtitles
Director: Omar Kardoudi,

YURI'S OMEN - Spain, 2012, 14 min, Fiction movie, English subtitles
Director: Jordi Montornés,

CURIOSITY KILLS - Estonia, 2012, 14 min, no dialog, Comedy Thriller,
Director: Sander Maran, Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School; Estonian Academy of Arts,

(15 min break)

ATOMIC IVAN - Russia, 2012, 91 min, Romantic Comedy, Russian, English subtitles
Director: Vasily Barkhatov, Producer: Telesto Film Company

Venue
RR Theatre, 10th Floor, Films Division
Pedder Road, Mumbai

Upcoming events
26th April -- An American in Madras by Karan Bali

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FD-ZONE launch in Hyderabad on 15 April! with THE LAST ADIEU, directed by Shabnam Sukhdev





Documentary Circle of Hyderabad & FD-Zone <at> Hyderabad
invite you to the screening of

THE LAST ADIEU, directed by Shabnam Sukhdev

at Lamakaan
(inside lane adjacent To C-Bay, opposite GVK One, Road No.1, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad)
7.00pm, Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Shabnam will introduce the film and participate in the discussion after the screening.
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The Last Adieu is a personal quest of a filmmaker daughter to unravel the past and make a connection with her filmmaker father, S. Sukhdev, who died suddenly at the age of 46, leaving behind a huge body of work and an unresolved relationship with his daughter.

While he was an accomplished filmmaker in the public eye, his family had another story to tell. With the help of archival audio recordings, old photographs and Sukhdev’s films, Shabnam endeavours to construct a picture of her father as she struggles to love and respect him for who he was.

The film is an important record of a phase in documentary history that inspired and paved the way for the new wave in non-fiction narratives, and pays homage to S. Sukhdev, an important filmmaker who revolutionized Documentary film-making in India in the mid 60’s, right through the 70’s.

Producer — Films Division
Editing — Jabeen Merchant
Sound Design and Sound Mixing — Mohandas VP
Camera — Ashwin Shukla
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SHABNAM SUKHDEV
Alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune, Shabnam Sukhdev has worked in the Mumbai film and television industry in the capacity of writer, director and producer of television shorts and serials for over a decade. She migrated to Canada where she resurrected her identity as an independent artist with the support of provincial funding. Driven by a strong social conscience, she volunteered a lot of her time towards teaching media courses in film cooperatives and was invited to be on the programming committee of the Global Visions Documentary Film Festival in Edmonton, Alberta.

Her goal today is to share her skills and experience with committed media students and help them develop aesthetic sensitivity towards the audio visual medium, as also to pursue her dream of making films exploring personal themes of identity, longing and reconciliation.

According to Shabnam, "film is personal", and The Last Adieu is her first full length feature documentary in that direction.

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FD-Zone <at> Hyderabad is a monthly screening programme held in collaboration with FILMS DIVISION, MUMBAI.
Many forgotten classics of Indian documentary from FD archives, apart from highly rated newer FD productions will be shown under this programme alongwith other docus.

Entry : free and open to all!

Best,
sumanaspati reddy
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The FD Zone | 15 Apr 12:11 2014
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INTERNATIONAL URANIUM FILM FESTIVAL,INDIA <at> ThefdZone MUMBAI from 18th to 20th April,2014

WELCOME TO THE 88th EDITION OF "THE fd ZONE" !


DAY 1 - FRIDAY, APRIL 18

11 am - 1.15 pm (ATOMIC BOMBS)

THE LAST FLOWER - Iran, 2013, 6 min,
Director: Sima Baghery, Fiction, Animation, no dialoge

ATOMIC BOMBS ON THE PLANET EARTH - UK/The Netherlands, 2011, 13 min, Experimental documentary.
Direction Peter Greenaway, production Video Design Irma de Vries,

NUCLEAR SAVAGE: THE ISLANDS OF SECRET PROJECT 4.1 - USA, 2012, 87 min, Marshallese & English
Director: Adam Jonas Horowitz


1.30 pm - 3.30 pm (NUCLEAR POWER IN USA)
YELLOWCAKE - USA, 2009, 10 min, Director: Brock Williams.www.boxcarfilms.com

TAILINGS - USA, 2012, 12 min, Director: Sam Price-Waldman, Documentary, English

THE ATOMIC STATES OF AMERICA - USA, 2011, 92 min, English
Directors: Don Argott & Sheena M.Joyce,

4.00 pm - 7.30 pm (URANIUM MINING)
URANIUM - TO DIE FOR (HAZMAN HATZAHOV) - Israel, 2012, 54 min, Documentary,
Director: Shanny Haziza, Producer: Sasha Klein,

URANIUM: A POISONED LEGACY - France, 2009, 52 min,
Director: Dominique Hennequin, Production: Nomades TV, Charlotte Hennequin, Documentary, English

FOR THE SUPREME FIGHT (GERE DAN), India, 2014, 48 min, French/English with English subtitle.
Director: Shriprakash
Screening followed by discussion with the Director



DAY 2 - SATURDAY, APRIL 19
10.30 am – 1.00 pm (FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR ACCIDENT)
ABITA. CHILDREN FROM FUKUSHIMA - Germany, 2012, 4 min, Animation, English subtitles
Directors: Shoko Hara and Paul Brenner,

FORBIDDEN GROUND FUKUSHIMA - Japan, 2012, 57 min, Japanese, English subtitles
Director and Producer: Kazunori Kurimoto,

TOKYO'S BELLY - Germany, 2013, 70 min, English subtitles
Director: Reinhild Dettmer-Finke


2 pm - 4.00 pm (NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS)
INDIAN POINT, NOWHERE TO RUN - USA, 29 min

WOMEN OF FUKUSHIMA - Japan, 2012, 27 min, English subtitles
Director: Paul Johannessen

GET UP STAND UP - India, 2012, 34 min, Documentary, Tamil/Malayalam and English, English Subtitles
Direction Sreemith.

HIGH POWER - India, 2013, 27 min, Documentary,Marathi/English, English subtitles
Director and Producer: Pradeep Indulkar


4.30 pm - 7.30 pm (HIBAKUSHA - ATOMIC BOMB SURVIVERS)
08:15 OF 1945 - Argentina/Brazil, 2012, 78 minutes, Documentary, Portuguese with English Subtitles
director Roberto Fernandez
(15 minute break)
HIROSHIMA NAGASAKI DOWNLOAD - Mexico/Japan, 2010, 73 min, Documentary, Japanese/English
Shinpei Takeda and Eiji Wkamatsu,



DAY 3 - SUNDAY, APRIL 20
11 am - 12.30 pm Panel Discussion
1. Anand Patwardhan- Eminent Documentary Film Maker whose filmography includes films like War And Peace, Ram Ke Naam and Jai Bhim Comrade
2. Satyajeet Chavan- Prolific writer and activist involved in anti-nuclear struggle at Jaitapur
3. Dilnaz Boga- Journalist and Researcher who has written and worked extensively on environment and resistance movements
4. Rajendra Phatarpekar- Energy Management MBA and anti-nuclear activist who promotes greater advocacy for renewable energy solutions
5. Vivek Sundara- Environmental activist, convener of JAPA (Justice And Peace For All), will moderate the discussion


1.30 pm - 4.00 pm (NEW ATOMIC WARS AND URANIUM WEAPONS)
URANIUM 238: THE PENTAGON´S DIRTY POOL - Costa Rica, 2009, 28 min, Documentary, English, Spanish subtitles
Direction Pablo Ortega, production Isabel Macdonald

FALLUJA, A LOST GENERATION? - Iraq / France, 2011, 48 min, Documentary, English
Director: Feurat Alani,

ANATOMY OF A BOMB - Italy, 2006, 22 min, Documentary, English
directions Flaviano Masella, Angelo Saso and Maurizio Torrealta, production Rainews24.

THE THIRD NUCLEAR BOMB, THE VETERAN´S ACCUSATION - Italy, 2008, 26 min, Documentary,
Direction Maurizio Torrealta, production Rainews24,


4.30 pm - 7.30 pm (NEW FICTION MOVIES ABOUT NUCLEAR POWER)
FAIRLIGHTS - Germany, 2013, min, Animation, Musical,
Directors: Ilinca Höpfner & Helge Henning

EXCLUSION ZONE - Spain, 2011, 13 min, Fiction movie, English subtitles
Director: Omar Kardoudi,

YURI'S OMEN - Spain, 2012, 14 min, Fiction movie, English subtitles
Director: Jordi Montornés,

CURIOSITY KILLS - Estonia, 2012, 14 min, no dialog, Comedy Thriller,
Director: Sander Maran, Tallinn University Baltic Film and Media School; Estonian Academy of Arts,

(15 min break)

ATOMIC IVAN - Russia, 2012, 91 min, Romantic Comedy, Russian, English subtitles
Director: Vasily Barkhatov, Producer: Telesto Film Company


Venue
RR Theatre III, 10th Floor, Films Division
Pedder Road, Mumbai


Upcoming events
26th April -- An American in Madras by Karan Bali


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Shri Prakash | 15 Apr 12:01 2014
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Fwd: Press release [1 Attachment]



IUFF finishes its Bangalore journey.

The second edition of International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) ended its Bangalore trip on 13th April amidst colossal positive reception from different corners. Organized at the country’s biggest science institution- Indian Institute of Science and Venkitappa Art Gallery IUFF succeeded in their aim of mobilizing people and arouse urge within them to talk over it.

The three- day long fest saw huge participation of the people not only during films’ screenings but also in interactive sessions. A large number of people took great interest in learning the outcomes of radioactivity and uranium mining and putting forth their query to the experts as well as organizers. IUFF which began its journey in Bangalore on 11th and continued till 13th April, offered wide variety of films on nuclear chain and consequences of radioactivity. On the second day it held a panel discussion where Suvrat Raju - Scientist at IISC , currently working in the area of quantum gravity and quantum field theory and written several articles on India"s Nuclear expansion, Shiv Sethi -Associate professor, Raman Research Institute and Ashish Birulee - photographer from the community of Jaduguda, India's First Uranium Mine were the three experts. They discussed on different facets and effects of Uranium Mining and radioactivity.

A major attraction of the film festival here was a photo exhibition by Ashish Birulee- community boy from Jharkhand on health hazards of the people staying close to the uranium mines in Jadugoda, Jharkhand.

 

The next destination of IUFF is Mumbai where it will start on 18th and continue till 20th April. Eminent documentary film- maker Anand Patwardhan will be one of the key speakers of the event here.

 

IUFF has till now travelled to four Indian cities, viz.- Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Manipal and the latest one Bangalore. This is the second time IUFF has come to India. Before this, it came in 2013 when the fest travelled to ten Indian cities. This time it is scheduled to visit six cities. After Mumbai, Tata Nagar will host the event for the first time.

 

This effort of creating awareness through visual- audio media is well applauded and praised by different sections of the people. The presence of personalities like Amala Akkini and Anand Patwardhan bears testimony that it has something of worth to contribute to the society.






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Fw: Fwd: Needing donated photo of slum for book [1 Attachment]

Dear all
Bob needs some help from Indian photographer community. He needs a copyright free photo of a slum for his project on orphan communities. Any help would be appreciated.
Yousuf


From: Yousuf Saeed <saeed.yousuf-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>;
To: <ysaeed7-/E1597aS9LQAvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>;
Subject: Fwd: Needing donated photo of slum for book
Sent: Fri, Apr 11, 2014 3:51:40 AM

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From: "BobM <at> OrphanCommunities.org" <orphanarchive1 <at> gmail.com>
Date: 9 Apr 2014 23:33
Subject: Needing donated photo of slum for book
To: <docuwallahs-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org>
Cc: "Deepak Bhatnagar" <deepaktifac-/E1597aS9LQxFYw1CcD5bw@public.gmane.org>, "Yousuf Saeed" <saeed.yousuf-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>

NGO is looking for your assistance with a donated photo(s) for a book. We will give the photographer credit in the book for the photo.

 

Our organization, Our Family Orphan Communities, Inc. (a tax exempt nonprofit organization in the USA) is writing a book about our initiative to help impoverished people to create their own Sustainable Family Communities.

 

At one point in the book, where we are writing about how many people think that all we have to do to help the poor is to create more jobs, we have this as an example showing that just creating jobs does not solve the poverty problem – it may actually create other problems.

 

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And jobs alone won’t work either

Just as building housing is not enough to create a sustainable community, neither is only providing jobs.

People move to other cities, states or even a different country if they think they can get a job to help them feed their family.

When they arrive at their new location, they may or may not find a job. In either case they need a place to live. If they don’t find housing they improvise as best they can.

Carlos Diaz, a former mining engineer from Peru tried to point this out to the mining company he worked for, to no avail. Whether it is a gold mine in Peru or a coal mine in India, making jobs available, if  there was no housing available for the workers, they will made their own out of cardboard, metal and any other materials they could find and another slum is created. No clean water, no electricity, no sanitation, but only jobs.

That situation is repeated with hundreds of mines and other businesses around our world. Many companies are focused only on optimizing profits and do not concern themselves with the wellbeing of the employees who are the ones actually generating those profits. 

Progressive cities like Vail, Colorado in the USA are requiring that when a new large commercial, job creating business is built in their city, additional residential accommodations must be part of the project. This way, there is assurance that workers attracted to the city by those jobs are going to find housing available.

Once again this makes it evident that there is a lot more to “creating a sustainable community” than providing one thing that citizens need.

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We would like to have a good picture to illustrate what a slum that may be built in a situation like this could look like.

Perhaps a photo similar to one of these?  We have not been able to get permission to use these examples, so are asking you for help to find a donated  photo similar to these.

 

Thank you for your consideration to donate a picture for this book to help more people have a decent quality of life.

Best regards,

Bob Miller

 

We need a donated picture that looks similar to these.  Thank you!

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

Thank you to our supporters, including:

 

 

Bob (Robert) Miller    Executive Director

Our Family Orphan Communities, Inc. &  Nuestra Familia Comunidades de Huerfanos, A.C.

Creating: Sustainable Family Communities

www.SustainableFamilyCommunities.org  

USA Office: (1) 303-514-6858   USA Cell: (1) 303-941-0837   Mexico Cel: (52) 55 45 39 46 74

Member:  Mountain Foothills Rotary Club

   Service Above Self - Creating Awareness and Taking Action – Live Rotary Change Lives

 

CLICK HERE to donate Cash or BitCoins to this project     Here  to subscribe to our e-updates

 



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shubra dutta | 10 Apr 10:37 2014
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Re: Looking for Bengali Translators.

Send your personal eMail ID.

We can discuss after that.
 
Warm regards,


Shubra Dutta
+91-9821143953 (Mumbai)
+91-9874947343 (Kolkata)

From: shaina a <kalakamra-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org>
To: docuwallahs2-hHKSG33TihhbjbujkaE4pw@public.gmane.org
Sent: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 8:31 AM
Subject: [DOCUWALLAHS2] Looking for Bengali Translators.

 
Dear All, 

We are looking for translators to transcribe an oral history project on the 71 Bangladesh liberation war, based on video interviews done in 1994 by Naeem Mohaiemen. 

Most of the material is in Bengali, some interviews are in Urdu, and English. It is a rich archive, and the transcripts will be done using an online transcribing tool, and will be made publicly accessible in http://pad.ma (public access digital media archive) 

The translations/transcripts will be paid for per hour of video. Kindly get in touch with me directly, off-list. 

best, 
shaina anand 

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RedStone Films | 8 Apr 13:01 2014
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Researcher required

Hi Docuwallahs,

Researcher required for a series of seven short films to be made on Road safety issues. It is a paid job and the duration is for two months.




Redstonefilms

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16/10, 2nd Floor, Kalkaji, New Delhi- 110019


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Shri Prakash | 11 Apr 10:42 2014
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IUFF 2014 reaches Bangalore

The on- going second edition of International Travelling Uranium Film festival (IUFF) 2014 now moves to Bangalore as a three day event from 11th April onwards. The festival will be inaugurated at Chokshy Hall of Indian Institute of Science and will stay there for first two days. On the last day the festival is scheduled to be conducted at Venkitappa Art Gallery located at Kasthurba road. Apart from this, pre festival screenings have also been arranged at National College Auditorium, Basavanagudi, Bangalore.

The major attraction of IUFF here is a photo exhibition on the lives of people living around uranium mines in Jharkhand by a community boy from Jadugoda- Ashish Birulee.

The festival will also have a panel discussion with experts on issues revolving around mining, radioactivity and environment on the last day, i.e. 13th April.

Previously, IUFF travelled to Ahmedabad, Hyderabad and Manipal where it was well received by the people. It saw presence of great personalities who whole heartedly praised the effort. To name a few, in Hyderabad chief speaker of the event included actor and environmentalist Amala Akkineni, who called for more awareness to deal with the menace of radioactivity from uranium. Sr Alphonsa Vattoly, Principal, St Francis College for Women was another distinguished guest of the event.

The three day film fest which is in its second edition, is a travelling fest that showcases various independent animation films, comedy, fiction, documentaries and so on to elaborate on the deadly effect of nuclear energy. The Uranium Film Festival is an initiative from Rio, Brazil, and has been showcasing international award-winning films on harmful effects of nuclear energy from across the globe. IUFF is scheduled to visit five cities- Ahmedabad, Hyderabad, Manipal, Bangalore and Tata Nagar.

Explaining about the film fest, documentary maker and India coordinator for festival, Shri Prakash said that the aim was to spread awareness through cinema on issues like uranium mining, nuclear power plants, nuclear waste, atomic bombs, radioactive hazards, etc. “Complex issues are shown in a simple and easily understandable way,” he added.

In Manipal, the fest was organized by School of Communication (SOC), of Manipal University from 4th to 6th April. Here, the event was inaugurated by Indian Director of IUFF, Shri Prakash. K. Phaniraj, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), delivered the keynote address. On 5th and 6th some films were screened in the MIT auditorium too.

Feastival details in Bagalore

Friday 2.00 pm to 5 pm at National College Auditorium, Basavanagudi, Bangalore

Friday 5.00 pm to 8.00 pm Inaugural film at Chokshy hall IISC

Saturday 9.30 pm to 7 pm  at Chokshy hall IISC

Sunday  10.00 pm to 7 pm at Venkitappa art gallery, Kasthurba road , Bangalore

   

Bangalore organizer

Pedestrianpictures, Maraa,Concern- Indian Institute of Science, National college, Basavanagudi


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http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/film-fest-on-nuclear-energy-begins-friday/article5865598.ece

http://www.telegraphindia.com/1140320/jsp/jharkhand/story_18097918.jsp#.Uyx8j6iSxNs

http://www.newindianexpress.com/cities/hyderabad/What-You-Didn’t-Know-About-Nuclear-Energy/2014/03/29/article2137799.ece1#.UzaVLqhdXnE




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