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Dharamshala International Film Festival to begin next week/ENG

2017. október 24./Phayul.com/TibetPress

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By Tenzin Dharpo

DHARAMSHALA, Oct. 24: The film festival that began humbly years ago has now firmly rooted itself as one of India’s most serious platforms for alternative cinema and a leading festival that showcases and encourages independent cinema.

The fourth edition of the Dharamshala International Film Festival will open on Nov. 2 in Dharamshala with Shubhashish Bhutiani’s ‘Mukhti Bhavan’ (2016), a story of a man who thinks he approaches his death and his duty-bound son who reluctantly follows his father on that journey.

The DIFF 2017’s list of films will quell any respectable film lover’s sense of injustice of the myriad Hollywood and bollywood’s star-powered and script-less multi-million ventures that are labeled blockbusters and occupy halls every Friday, ‘pulling the rug from under’ of independent films in the process.

DIFF 2017 will showcase feature films such as Konkana Sen Sharma’s directorial debut, A Death in a Gunj (2017), Yoshinori Sato’s ‘Her Mother’ (2016), Karma Takapa’s Ralang Road (2016) and Yanev Berman’s Land of the Little People (2016) among the roster of 17 features films that have been selected among the many that were submitted for the festival. David Wright’s ‘Out of this World’, an expedition film of two English explorers who visited Lhasa for three months in 1949 before the Chinese invasion of the country, is among the feature documentary selection of DIFF 2017.

The four day seems nearly not enough to gorge on the eclectic selection of programs that include feature narratives, panel discussions on ‘state of India’s independent film and film making’, Q & A with actors and film makers and Master classes by film professionals, besides the films and short films that are to be show cased in a week’s time at the two opposite ends of the hill town; Gold Cinema in Lower Dharamshala and TCV school in upper Dharamshala.

Festival Director’s Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam, brought independent cinema to the sleepy mountain town that until last year did not even have a cinema theatre.


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