Friday October 19, 2018

Kerala to host South Asia’s largest film market

0
//
49
Republish
Reprint

KeralaKochi, the commercial capital of Kerala, will host the Indywood Film Market (IFM) and All Lights India International Film Festival (ALIIFF) 2015 from November 15 to 21.

ALIIFF 2015 is a unique platform for the global film industry to showcase excellence in film-making and to interact with artistes and technicians of world cinema.

This event will also be a platform for what is being touted as South Asia’s largest film market called Indywood Film Market, that will facilitate production and distribution deals of international films for the Indian market and sales of Indian cinema in the foreign market.

The event is organised by All Lights Film Services, a leading film services organisation promoted by All Lights Film Magazine. Sohan Roy, who directed “DAM 999”, is the founder-director of ALIIFF and IFM. “ALIIFF 2015 will have leading artistes and technicians of international repute attending the festival. The Indywood Film Market offers a wide opportunity for filmmakers and sponsors to become a part of South Asia’s biggest film souk where sales and promotions of international and Indian cinema will be made simple,” said Roy.

Film submission to ALIIFF has already begun and will remain open for different categories of films from around the globe until September 30 at www.aliiff.com. Short films, documentaries as well as features will be accepted as entries. Golden Leaf Awards will be presented to winners in the various categories.

– (IANS)

Click here for reuse options!
Copyright 2015 NewsGram

Next Story

The Nuns In Kerala Finally Get Their Justice

Dozens of nuns, activists and advocates have protested outside a court, demanding his prosecution.

0
Church, Nun
Franco Mulakkal, bishop of the Indian city of Jalandhar, center, whom a nun has accused of rape, leaves after appearing for questioning by police in Kochi, India, Sept. 19, 2018. The bishop has denied the accusation. VOA

Indian police on Friday arrested a Catholic bishop accused by a nun of repeatedly raping her over a period of two years.

The arrest of Franco Mulakkal came after police questioned him for three days in southern Indian city of Kochi.

The nun with the Missionaries of Jesus order filed a police complaint in June accusing the bishop of raping her from 2014 to 2016.

Church, Nun
Nuns hold placards during a protest demanding justice after an alleged sexual assault of a nun by a bishop in Kochi, in the southern state of Kerala, India. VOA

Mulakkal is the bishop of the northern Indian city of Jalandhar. He denied the accusations, saying the nun was angry because he had ordered her disciplined.

Police Officer Hari Sankar told The Press Trust of India news agency that Mulakkal would appear in court.

Also Read: Indian Catholic Nuns Call Out For Justice in Kerala

Dozens of nuns, activists and advocates have protested outside a court, demanding his prosecution. (VOA)

Next Story