Sunday, November 25, 2012

Young film makers of good cinema demand special theatres for their films

Sourav Sarangi , director of ‘Char : the No-Man’s Island’ ,Gurvinder Singh ,director of ‘Anhey Ghorhey Da Daan’ , Abhijit Mazumdar director of ‘Vanishing Point’ and Unni Vijayan , director of ‘Lessons in Forgetting’, all  are young Indian film-makers and directors of ‘offbeat’ or ‘new wave’ or good cinema are demanding special theatres for showing their films. Addressing a joint press conference in the ‘Meet the Directors – Indian Feature and Non-feature films’ section at the 43rd International Film Festival of India in Panaji, Goa today they felt that there are dedicated viewers for their films but in the absence of a proper distribution mechanism the films are not being released in multiplexes. 

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