PANDOLIN WEEKLY DIGEST
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.
Catch Anubhav Sinha talking about bringing back Tum Bin after fifteen years along with the cast of the film, the location and much more.
Bollywood celebrities along with chief minister Mamta Banerjee graced the opening ceremony of the 22nd Kolkata International Film Festival.
Bauddhayan and Monalisa Mukherji talk about their film The Violin Player that played at the fifth Dharamshala International Film Festival
The first edition of ‘INDIA KALEIDOSCOPE’, an exciting new film festival held in New York on December 8-11, 2016 will be focusing on Indian regional cinema.
The Knowledge Series session at the Film Bazaar held in Goa from Nov 20-24, 2016 will explore the freshness that Imtiaz Ali brought in with Socha Na Tha and his other films.
The first look of Priyanka Chopra’s maiden Punjabi film as a producer, Sarvann, is out!
The 10th edition of NFDC Film Bazaar (November 20-24th, 2016), recommends 32 films out of 164-feature length films submitted to the Viewing Room this year.
The cast of Force 2 – John Abraham, Sonakshi Sinha and Tahir Raj Bhasin talk about the power-packed film.
The 13th Dubai International Film Festival (DIFF 2016) confirms the premiere of Aditya Chopra’s upcoming Befikre starring Ranveer Singh and Vaani Kapoor.
Amit Masurkar’s Newton & Atanu Mukherjee’s Rukh which were submitted to the Viewing Room are among the selected 32 in Film Bazaar Recommends.
Saibal Mitra latest feature Chitrokar talks about an artist’s integrity, how he seeks art and whether art really exists in today’s world.
Filmmaker Payal Sethi’s 27-minute-long film Leeches is a thought-provoking tale that will not just leave one bitter but also raise several questions
Additional commissioner of excise and customs and former Censor Board CEO talks about her 25-minute film The Guide.
The satire by TVF and Kailash Satyarthi children’s Foundation, “He’s Not Chotu” takes a cynical look at the grave issue of child labour in the country.