Film Bazaar Recommends 32 film projects to watch out this year
NFDC Film Bazaar, starting from November 20th to 24th 2015, is a development bazaar created exclusively to encourage collaboration between the international and South Asian film fraternity. In its ninth edition this year, Film Bazaar is focused on discovering, supporting and showcasing South Asian content and talent, in the realm of filmmaking, production and distribution.
The Film Bazaar Recommends 32 film projects including 22 features and 10 documentaries that one can look forward to in 2015. The 32 films are selected out of 156 projects (features, shorts, documentaries) submitted in the Viewing Room this year.
|Dadayakarraya(Leopard Do Not Bite)||PrasannaJayakody||Sinhalese|
|G – A Wanton Heart||Rahul Dahiya||Haryanvi/Hindi|
|Haanduk(The Hidden Corner)||Jaicheng Jai Dohutia||Assamese/Moran/English|
|“I” Pad||Amit Rai||Hindi|
|Lipstick Under My Burkha||AlankritaShrivastava||Hindi|
|Moh Maya Money(In Greed We Trust)||MunishBhardwaj||Hindi|
|Mor Mann KeBharam(An Illusion of My Mind)||Karma Takapa||Chhattisgarhi|
|Ozhivudivasathe Kali (An Off-Day Game)||Sanal Kumar Sasidharan||Malayalam|
|The Head Hunter||NilanjanDatta||Wancho|
|The Violin Player||BauddhayanMukherji||Hindi|
|Tu Hai Mera Sunday (You Are My Sunday)||MilindDhaimade||Hindi/English/Konkani|
|Black Is Beautiful||Deepak Sharma||Hindi|
|Fireflies in the Abyss||Chandrasekhar Reddy||Hindi/English/Nepali|
|Lyari Notes||Miriam ChandyMenacherry and Maheen Zia||English/Hindi/Urdu|
|Raghu Rai: An Unframed Portrait||AvaniRai||Hindi|
|Right Forward||Surya Balakrishnan||English, Hindi, Marathi|
|The Marriage Brokers||SmritiMundhra&SaritaKhurana||Hindi/English/Marathi/Kannada/Marwari|
|Train ChaarBaje Ki Hai(The Train Leaves at Four)||Antariksh Jain||Baiga-boli / Hindi|
‘The Viewing Room’ introduced in the Film Bazaar in 2011, presents films that seek finishing funds, world sales, distribution partners and festivals. Here, programmers, distributors, world sales agents and investors watch complete films, access their details and contact the director or producer. These films are viewed on individual computer terminals in private booths via the specially designed Viewing Room software. The Viewing Room allows access only to buyers, financers, world sales agents and festival programmers.
In 2014, a total of 130 films were presented in the ‘Viewing Room’, with over 30 films under the World Cinema and Available for Remake section. Whereas this year, 156 films in 29 different Indian languages will be presented in fiction and documentaries section which is a clear indication of a 50 % increase in Indian films this year.