Indian Film Festival

Honorary Consul says more support to Stuttgart Andreas Lapp, July 2009 – with great success and many sold-out performances went to Sunday the India week and the 6th Indian Film Festival Bollywood and beyond’ in the Stuttgart SI-Centrum to end. Festival Director Oliver Mahn: despite many doubts at the beginning of the move from the city center in the SI-Centrum proved absolute stroke of luck. Our cinemas were sold out and also the events within the framework of the week of India were very well attended. We start with the planning for 2010 in the next few weeks, I’m looking forward to the talks with all operators and am looking forward to very positive effect of further cooperation.\” Glamorous end of the Festival was the presentation of the German star of India yesterday (Sunday)’, which was donated by Honorary Consul of Andreas Lapp. The prizes were awarded as follows: ‘German Star of India’ – Tahaan’ by Santosh Sivan (endowed with 4,000) special mention ‘ Gabhricha Paus’ by Satish Manwar short film award ‘Narmeen’ by Dipti Gogna (endowed with 1,000) documentary Award ‘Supermen of Malegaon’ by Faiza Khan (endowed with 1,000) for the first time this year awarded: the Director’s vision Award ‘red alert’ by Ananth Narajan Mahadevan as a whole the Film Festival presented some 40 movies, which were mostly never shown in Europe. As in previous years was the focus of the film programme at the Indian Arthousekino that emerges beyond the large Ritesh. Particularly interested in the filmmakers for the tensions in India between Hindus and Muslims, as well as for the conflicts of the country have with its neighbors\”, so therefore the program focus, focusing in particular on the question, surrendered programme manager Elisa Melzer, how India deals with these conflicts\”. The film programme referred to by experts as highly ambitious showed once more that India is a big film nation and with its variety of unique all over the world.

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