Pandolin Weekly Digest
Pandolin presents a round up of weekly happenings from the world of cinema. In case you missed any of it, here’s a quick glance at the stories from the week gone by.
After making the audience wait for 5 long years, Sridevi is back with a gripping tale called Mom. She talks about her 300th film.
YRF’s Sui Dhaaga will be directed by Sharat Katariya, produced by Maneesh Sharma and starring the fresh pair of Varun Dhawan and Anushka Sharma.
Nominations of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2017 which will run from August 10 – 22, showcasing over 60 films across 20 languages.
Indywood Talent Hunt will give youngsters an opportunity to exhibit their talent in front of more than 3000 filmmakers from 75 plus countries.
NFDC classics like Salaam Bombay, Mammo, Mirch Masala, Jaane Bhi Do Yaaron etc. will be screened in Mumbai from 15 July-15 August 2017.
Harini Daddala of JLT Films shares her vision for giving independent cinema a global platform & supporting filmmakers to reach their target audience.
Daddy, which had an initial release date of July 21, will now be released on September 8 due to an appeal that took everyone by surprise.
Actor – Comedian Vir Das is all set to write and produce a dark comedy series with a hint of thriller with filmmaker Nikkhil Advani.
A noir thriller, Gurgaon is the directorial debut of National award-winning cinematographer, Shanker Raman and is produced by JAR Pictures.
Cinematographer Anay Goswamy takes us through the process of shooting his recent human drama and thriller Mom starring Sridevi and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.
Taapsee Pannu and Kartik Aaryan will share screen space for the first time in Amar Kaushik’s thriller called Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga.
The MAMI Year Round Programme, The Film Heritage Foundation and Avid Learning bring a unique workshop on cinema for youngsters from the age of 7-10 years.
The last day of Jagran Film Festival saw people bonding over movies & engaging in conversations about trendsetting in Indian Cinema.